Popular TV judge Glenda Hatchett proved once again that beauty has no age, as she stunned in a black jacket paired with an elegant black skirt. The beautiful picture was from a photo shoot for her jewelry collection.
TV personality Glenda Hatchett has been keeping herself busy despite observing self-quarantine in her home, amidst the ravaging novel Coronavirus.
The renowned TV judge recently took to her Instagram to update her fans on her recent activities. Glenda shared a beautiful picture of herself, striking a pose in a lovely outfit.
In the picture, Glenda pairs a beautiful black jacket that has red and white linings on its sleeves and pockets with a free black fluffy skirt.
She finished off the look with a gorgeous pair of black and white heels. Glenda modeled a beautiful red necklace from her jewelry collection. The reality TV star posted the picture alongside the caption:
"Happy Saturday! BTS of a photo shoot for my jewelry collection#judgehatchettexecutivecollection."
Meanwhile, Glenda is currently locked in a legal battle with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, after she lost her daughter-in-law, Kira, at the hospital in April 2016.
Kira, 39, died from blood loss, 12 hours after giving birth to her second child with her husband and Glenda's son Charles Johnson. The baby was delivered after a scheduled c-section.
He has not had the time to grieve the loss of his wife.
Following her death, her husband filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that doctors failed to respond to her symptoms adequately and that his wife died due to their negligence.
Charles is supported by his mother, Glenda, who is still reeling from the shocking loss of her daughter-in-law. Describing the loss, Judge Hatchett said:
"The tragic death of this magnificent young woman who had become my daughter was absolutely so unnecessary."
For Charles Johnson, he has not had the time to grieve the loss of his wife because he now has two little boys looking up to him for everything.
Thankfully, he has had the unwavering support of his family and friends, most notably his mom, Glenda Hatchett.
Glenda Hatchett's show "Judge Hatchett" aired for eight seasons between 2000 to 2008 and quickly set itself apart from other courtroom shows.
In the eight years of her show, Glenda was able to help several people through her unique decisions, that were mostly influenced by a "mother's heart."