ANGELA SIMMONS AND SON GET INTO THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT

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Angela Simmons and her son, Sutton Tennyson Jr., are getting into the holiday spirit. The celebrity mom recently shared candids and video clips from Sutton’s recent visit to Santa’s Workshop.

 

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The Grinch made an appearance at the Workshop during Sutton’s time spent with Santa. Angela Simmons’ son did not fear the Christmas villain but rather analyzed the character known for taking the joy out of the holidays. “He was not intimidated at all,” one fan said after watching footage of Sutton interacting with the Grinch. “He’s unimpressed,” another of Angela’s social media followers noted.

 

During his visit with Santa, Sutton was able to put a few pieces of the puzzle together to poke holes into the Santa Claus story. Angela Simmons’ son accused Jolly Old Saint Nick of lying after visiting the holiday character at his Workshop.

“If he [says] he’s here watching us, then he’s lying,” Sutton told his mom. Angela proceeded to ask her little one why he felt Santa Claus was lying. “He can only see the North Pole,” Sutton responded to his mom’s question. Angela’s son also told her that they were too far away from the North Pole for Santa to be able to see them on a daily basis.

“These kids know the truth,” one social media follower wrote in response to the cute video clip. “These babies are so bright,” another of Angela’s fans agreed.

Sutton Tennyson Jr. is Angela Simmons’s son with late businessman Sutton Tennyson Sr. 

Photo: Angela Sutton/Instagram

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