Torrei Hart is resurrecting sexiness.
Hart recently shared a selfie on Instagram of herself getting all pretty for Santa Claus. She was seen wearing identical pink polka-dot pajamas and gray socks, as well as a lovely and bright smile. The matching pajamas consisted of a long-sleeved tunic and a pair of tight-fitting shorts.
She struck a seductive posture in front of a decorated Christmas tree, running her fingers through her hair with one hand while holding a drink in the other. On a post, she captioned it with an “It’s still Christmas, right “#latepost.”
Fans couldn’t help but notice the actress’s attractiveness. “Looking like the best gift under the treeeeeeeeee cccuuutteeeeee,” and “It’s getting hot in here…”
Some, however, took it upon themselves to not only name but also tag her ex-husband, Kevin Hart, a well-known comedian. “Kevin couldn’t take that sexiness,” one user said, while another wrote, “@kevinhart4real might of F-ck up…”
Kevin and Torrei were married from 2003 to 2011, and they had a 16-year-old daughter named Heaven, as well as a 14-year-old son named Hendrix. Torrei has previously stated that she and Kevin split due to his infidelity, which he has mentioned in his comedy acts multiple times.
Torrei has also accused Kevin’s current wife, Eniko Parrish, of being one of the women with whom Kevin cheated on her, and has claimed that she is the reason for their breakup. Despite Parrish’s repeated denials, a sex tape was leaked in 2017 that showed Kevin cheating on Parrish. When the controversy broke, she was eight months pregnant with their first child, Kenzo Hart.
Kaori Hart, the couple’s second child, was born in 2020 after they worked out their marital issues.
Since they’ve been divorced for years and he’s now remarried, many people have asked why Torrei still uses Kevin’s surname. She opened up about her decision to keep using the last name during a 2021 appearance on “The Real” talk show.
She said, “Me and Kevin decided he had no issues with me changing my last name and my children also said to me, ‘Mom, we do not want you to change your last name.’ They wanted the same last name as me, and I said, ‘OK.’”