"The Billups"

Marsha Ambrosius and her family get all of the love for their recent portraits. The recording artist shows us how taking formal pictures that have a lasting impact is done.

In one candid, Marsha stands over her husband, Dez Billups, and daughter, Nyla, as the father and daughter sit in a chair fit for royalty. “The Billups,” Marsha captioned underneath the Instagram post. Tens of thousands of fans loved what they saw and praised Marsha for taking such fabulous pictures with her beautiful family.


“Love this,” one fan exclaimed. “Beautiful family,” the social media follower concluded. Dozens of other admirers agreed with one fan saying, “Beautiful….you are so blessed!”

Marsha Ambrosius is making quite an impact on the main stage. The celebrity mom is presently on a tour that has sold out in various cities. Marsha recently described her life as a mom and wife as a sort of reintroduction.

“I was Marsha Ambrosius. [Now I’m] Nyla’s mother. It’s a complete reintroduction to me,” Ambrosius said during an interview with On The A Side. “I didn’t know who I was searching for this whole time until she got here,” the recording artist said of her daughter.

“Nyla is about ‘yes and no,'” Marsha further explained. “She’s not about maybes or whys or what-ifs just yet. It’s empowering. So my pen – not saying it wasn’t clear and concise before- but now? It’s so sure. Unapologetically.”

Nyla is Marsha Ambrosius and Dez Billups’ first child together. Stay tuned for more celebrity family news!



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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