#RoyalWomenInspire Kyla Pratt
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Like most millennials, the first time we were introduced to Ms. Kyla Pratt was probably watching Dr. Dolittle. For Black girls, she was our teenage spirit animal in the coming-of-age sitcom One on One. Her voice contributed to an animated, Disney series that defined a culture before #ForTheCulture was even a hashtag. Yes! Welcome back, Penny Proud!
Like us, Pratt, 34, has evolved from childhood to adulthood and whether you’re in Hollywood or in an office, the business of adulting is universal across the spectrum! Most of us are at an age where we have it all together but are still trying to figure it out at the same time.
However, Pratt has managed it gracefully as an actress, mother, and Royal Woman!
“What makes me a Royal Woman, I would have to say, is I strive to be the best that I can be at any and everything,” the Call Me Kat actress tells RoyalTee in our exclusive cover interview. “And I know that I am not perfect. I know that I will never be perfect. But I know that I am a constant work in progress.”
She added, “And I know that I’m secure knowing that I make sure if I don’t know about something, I learn about it. If it’s going to better me, I’m going to do it. And if I need to stand up for myself, I will. I feel like being Royal is just being unapologetically you, but also knowing that you are not complete, and you can learn and you can thrive and you can get better every single day. And that’s what I strive to do.”
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Written by Alexia McKay
Photography: Malik Daniels
Styling: Angel Neal
Makeup: Desiree Buchanan
Hair: Melodee Owens
A working journalist, entrepreneur and founder of RoyalTee Enterprises. Born and raised in Tampa, Fla. The vision of RoyalTee was inspired in 2015 by Alexia’s ambitions to return to her passion for creative writing and publishing and create a platform to showcase the excellence of minority women across the country through professional, personal and social ventures.