Angie Harmon finally removes her Christmas decorations nearly FOUR months after the holiday
Four-time SAG Award nominee Angie Harmon shared a video on Wednesday of herself taking down the last of her Christmas decorations four months after the holiday.
'Hey, just gonna put these away,' the 48-year-old Texan - who boasts 1.4M social media followers - said. 'Merry Christmas!'
Angie included the hashtag '#blindorlazy' in her humorous post - in which she's sporting a halter top, plaid short shorts, and a trucker cap.
Harmon celebrated the merry festivities with her three daughters - Finley, 17; Avery, 15; and Emery, 12 - from her 13-year marriage to retired NFL star Jason Sehorn, which ended in 2015.
For the last two years, the Law & Order alum has been engaged to Daytime Emmy Award winner Greg Vaughan, who has three sons from his eight-year marriage to Touriya Haoud which ended in 2014.
On March 21, Angie appeared in Matthew McConaughey's star-studded benefit concert We're Texas, which raised $802K for those affected by February's winter storm Uri.
'Hey y'all, I'm Angie Harmon. Born and raised in Dallas, TX!' Harmon said.
'The thing that I love most about my home state is the people. They are strong and independent and kind and loyal. And they will give you the shirt off their back at any given moment. They're our neighbors. They're your neighbors. We're Texas.'
Four days later - the half-Greek, half-Native American beauty teased a 'top secret' voiceover gig she got for Lifetime Television.
'Dreams really do come true!' Angie gushed.
'Thank you @lifetimetv for allowing me to scratch one off the ol' bucket list!'
Harmon hasn't acted since 2018 when she voiced Lady Trigel in three episodes of Netflix animated series Voltron: Legendary Defender.
Last year, the registered Republican appeared as a panelist on ABC's Match Game and she guest-starred in two episodes of HGTV's My Big Italian Adventure.
The former model was reportedly 'discovered' by David Hasselhoff on an airline flight, and she wound up starring in Baywatch spin-off Baywatch Nights from 1995-1997.