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5 Times Savannah James Shined In All Her Glory
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5 Times Savannah James Shined In All Her Glory

"This happiness, this peace... Can not be f'd with."

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Savannah James is the latest social media darling thanks to her beauty and style. Her last few posts have gone viral and fans continue to sing her praises for her effortless looks while deeming her the baddest NBA wife. But Savannah is more than just LeBron James’ wife, she is a mother to three children, Bronny, Bryce, and Zhuri and she is a businesswoman.


Stylecasterreported that Mrs. James opened a juicery back in 2013, but it ultimately closed due to her busy schedule. Later on, she started a home furniture line called Home Court with American Signature in 2018.

She’s also a philanthropist. In 2013, Savannah launched the IPROMise Makeover that meets the prom needs of girls in her hometown of Akron, Ohio, and in 2017, she launched a mentorship program called Women of Our Future.

The program targets high school girls and offers one-on-one mentoring as well as other types of support in order for the students to continue their education.

"I wanted to start the Women of Our Future program because I know the struggles and pressures a lot of these young women are facing during these tough high school years, and I want them to know they are supported every step of the way," she said when announcing the program. "I’m passionate about empowering and encouraging these young women because they are the future leaders of our community. I’m honored and excited to be in a position to work with them."

Let’s take in the glory that is Savannah James and see why she keeps going viral.

It’s the Hair Flip for Me

Savannah had everyone in a chokehold as she showed off her all-black two-piece with long, flowing blonde locks that Beyoncé would be proud of. We can confidently say that this look is a winner.

Real G’s Move In Silence Like The G In Lasagna

Mrs. James was at it again with an all-black fit, but this time it gave off a more swanky vibe with the feather adornments. With “Good & Penty” by Alex Isley, Lucky Daye, and Masego playing in the background, Savannah gave us her best twirl.

It’s Giving

Savannah hit up the House of Gucci premiere wearing a Dolce and Gabbana embellished dress. One fan in the comment section said she looked, “BEE-YOU-TEE-FULL!”

Mom & Dad

Savannah blew fans away after she wore this green Alex Perry “Darcy” strapless midi dress in a photo with her husband LeBron. The mom of three was on wifely duties as she attended LeBron’s premiere for Space Jam: A New Legacy.

This Happiness... This Peace

Savannah showed off her natural curls while posing with a glass of water and her pinky up, embodying the phrase, "Drinking my water and minding my business." The phrase might be the key to Savannah's glow all of these years. "This happiness... this peace," she captioned. "Can not be f'd with."

We couldn't agree more.

Featured image by Amy Sussman/Getty Images

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