Robin Givens and sons

08/23/2007 at 04:17 PM ET

Actress Robin Givens, 42, was photographed with her sons, Michael "Buddy" Givens 13, and William "Billy" Jensen, 7, in New York City on Thursday, August 9. Billy’s father is tennis player Murphy Jensen. Robin adopted son Buddy in 1993.

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Sarita on

I love their hair!

gabriella on

The little one is a cute boy.

Nausicaa on

At first glance I thought the one on the left was a girl 🙂

jamie on

She must have adopted the older kid within months of his being born. If she adopted him in 1993, and it’s 2007, he had to be 5 months old or under. Does anyone know the backstory?

Persona on

The oldest child looks too much lik her to be adopted. I think something isn’t accurate.

Sarah’s note: I don’t know much about her, but maybe the author of the post or a reader will have more info?

jenn on

Her boys are gorgeous!

gabriella on

Persona the oldest son is defintley adopted, I saw a biography on robin and she adopted him as a single mom when he was a baby. Her youngest is her bio child with a boyfriend she had, I don’t know much of him but they showed a pic and he is a cute white guy and a tennis player.

Jess on

Man, those kids have great hair!

Campbell on

Robin Givens adopted a son 14 years ago!! I missed that one! Both are adorable.

Bella Mama on

beautiful children!

tasha on

I don’t really like Robin Givens. I think she wears the mask. Glad the children are happy.

IRS2015 on

Her sons are absolutely beautiful. The Oldest one looks so charming, the youngest looks like Murphy for sure. Check out Murphy’s Guide on the Tennis Channel. He is a riot.

Janet Walker on

So glad to see these pics. Didn’t know Robin had children until now! How has that escaped my knowledge? She is one of the most misunderstood and mistreated public figures, I think. She’s sexy and talented and smart–especially to have survived a ravenous public that is quick to defend a male abuser and bash a female victim. Like Vanessa Williams, she endured and triumphed a scandal she did not deserve, and I’m so proud of you, Robin! Dr. Cosby was right to shine a light on you. I’m glad he did. Keep up the good work. Your boys are beautiful. And, btw, you’re the best part of the movie “Boomerang.” Go, girl!