LeBron James and his wife, Savannah James, gave Vanity Fair readers an inside look at their family for its recent issue. The celebrity couple’s kids – Zhuri, Bronny, and Bryce – brought elegance to the shoot along with their parents. Savannah wanted the photo session to reflect the strong bonds that the family has. “Excuse my language,” she said, “but we a dope family.”
“There’s Kings and Queens/Royalty in America as well and I hope I can be one of the ones who showcase that on a daily basis,” LeBron shared with his social media fans. “James Gang at home,” the celebrity father exclaimed. “Love our family so d*mn much.”
LeBron and Savannah met in 2002 when they were both still attending high school in Ohio. His career was getting started at the time and she was ready for the ride that would lead them to various cities and several NBA championship games. LeBron and Savannah welcomed their oldest son, Bronny, in 2004. Their youngest son, Bryce, arrived in 2007. LeBron and Savannah’s daughter was born in 2014, which was one year after her parents tied the marital knot.
LeBron has expressed his desire to play alongside his sons in the NBA. He, however, has never pressured Bronny and Bryce to play basketball. “With LeBron being their dad, it’s just automatic,” Savannah shared with Vanity Fair. “It’s not something we’ve pushed or told them that they had to do or anything like that. It just happened,” the celebrity mom revealed.
Bronny and Bryce’s careers as professional athletes look promising as the brothers have received scholarship offers from various colleges and universities. Bronny appears set on attending an undergraduate program before entering the NBA. Bryce, who has a few more years of high school remaining, is still wrapping his head around the prospects of college.
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