Gabrielle Union And Her Family Decided To Skip Some Old Rules And Routines - Check Out Her Video

Gabrielle Union And Her Family Decided To Skip Some Old Rules And Routines - Check Out Her Video
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Gabrielle Union shared a video on her social media account in which she is telling fans that she and her family changes some rules. Check out the clip below.

'You know what? After a tough year, it's okay to skip some old routines. But we didn’t skip our kids' doctor visits 🩺. That's why I've partnered with the nonprofit @vaccinateyourfamily and @merck to remind parents to talk to their kids' doctors about any recommended vaccines they may have missed this year. This is just the beginning! 💪Stay tuned for more. 🎬 #VaccinateYourFamily #DontSkipVaccines #MerckPartner' Gabrielle captioned her post.

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Someone said: 'Definitely should’ve had Kaav😂 girl would’ve been like what?!' and another follower posted this: 'Lucky.... my mom would kill me if I left a spoon in the sink😂'

A fan said: 'Sure, just know we can't hear anything you're saying over all this damn beauty 😍' and someone else posted this: 'Beautiful sis, I love that look and outfit.'

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Not too long ago, Gabrielle Union   praises another important lady on her social media account. Check out the message that she shared on her IG.

'Today’s #WCW is an inspiration on and off the track, @carririchardson_. Sha’Carri Richardson is a track and field sprinter who ran for the LSU track and field team where she was the first freshman to take home The Bowerman track and field award and now is running professionally,' Gaby began her message.


'As a teenager, Richardson won her first national title in 2016 at the AAU Junior Olympics. She went on to win 1st at the 2017 Pan American U20 Championships as well as national titles in 2017 at the AAU Junior Olympics and in 2019 NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Now at only 21 she has been named one of the 6th fastest women in the world,' Gabrielle captioned her post.

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