Alfonso Ribeiro's Wife Angela Says Son AJ, 10, Is 'Healing' After Getting a Black Eye from Baseball

The 'Dancing with the Stars' host's son has a large black eye in photos shared to Instagram

<p>Angela Ribeiro/Instagram; ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty</p> Alfonso Ribeiro

Angela Ribeiro/Instagram; ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty

Alfonso Ribeiro's son

Alfonso Ribeiro's son is on the mend.

On Friday, June 14, the Dancing with the Stars co-host's wife Angela shared a Reel on her Instagram, revealing that her son Alfonso Jr., who goes by "AJ," got a black eye while playing baseball. The mom of two documented her son's healing process in the video, sharing several photos back-to-back as AJ's eye healed.

She also reshared the post on her Instagram Stories, writing, "How I healed my son's black eye from ⚾️..." over the post.

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Ribeiro and his wife share sons AJ and Anders, 9, as well as daughter Ava, 5. He is also dad to daughter Sienna, 21, whom he shares with ex-wife Robin Stapler.

Last May, the dad of four revealed on Instagram that his daughter Ava had emergency surgery after falling off her sit-down scooter.

"Not the kind of day you want the day before turning 4," wrote Ribeiro alongside a photo showing Ava's injuries.

"Just want to give a heartfelt thank you to @kareskinmd for the emergency service and procedure to help lessen the likelihood of scaring. So proud of how brave my baby girl was during the surgery," he added.

Later that summer, Ribeiro told PEOPLE that his daughter was "doing great" after her scary accident.

"She's recovering wonderfully," he said of her accident. "Scary times, scary moments, but she's doing great."

"She’s still moving around,” Ribeiro told PEOPLE. “It’s technically healed, but it's a big old scar so you want that to slowly work its way away and that's what we're working on."

"It's just on its exterior. So it's nothing that serious — but to your baby it's a big deal to you.”

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