LeBron and Savannah James are rejoicing in their nine years of marriage as their tale of romance continues to grow even more beautiful.
On Wednesday, the pair marked their ninth wedding anniversary, having tied the knot on September 14, 2013. Coincidentally, Vanity Fair’s October 2022 edition featured a fresh family photo shoot of them, which was unveiled the day before.
Savannah James celebrated her anniversary with hubby LeBron on Instagram by sharing a lovely picture of them together. The caption stated that they have been together for nine years and are looking forward to spending forever with each other. She also raised a glass to their relationship, wishing each other a happy anniversary. The hashtag #JamesGang was added to the post, making it more personal.
LeBron and Savannah began dating during their high school days. After a few years, they decided to get married and start a family. Their first child, Bronny, was born on Oct. 6, 2004, while LeBron was still a rookie in the NBA. A couple of years later, Bryce was born on June 14, 2007. Their youngest, Zhuri, was born on Oct. 22, 2014.
LeBron James and his family recently had a special moment when they posed for their first magazine photo shoot as a family for Vanity Fair. The beautiful family of five looked stunning in the photos, which LeBron proudly shared on his Instagram account on September 13th. In his caption, he expressed his hope to showcase that there is royalty in America and that he can be one of those who represent it on a daily basis. He ended his post by expressing his love for his family, saying that he loves them so damn much.
In a post of her own, Savannah shared photos of her family and expressed her amazement at seeing them in a new light. She emphasized the importance of representation.
The article on Vanity Fair mentioned that Savannah aimed to capture the essence of her family’s strong bonds and showcase their influence to the world through their photo shoot. She also commented on their understated yet impressive family dynamics, referring to them as a “dope family.”