‘Seventeen of the sweetest years of life’: Julia Roberts pays tribute to twins Hazel and Phinnaeus as she shares a never-before-seen throwback on their birthday
Julia Roberts paid tribute to her twin son and daughter on Sunday afternoon as they celebrated their 17th birthday.
The Oscar-winning actress, a mother of three, welcomed eldest children Hazel and Phinnaeus with cameraman husband Daniel Moder on November 28.
And she ensured their birthday was referenced over Thanksgiving weekend as she shared a never-before-seen throwback of herself with the twins shortly after their birth in 2004.
Captioning the photo, Julia, 54, wrote: ’17 of the Sweetest years of life.’
Throwback: Julia Roberts paid tribute to her twin son and daughter on Sunday afternoon by sharing a never-before-seen throwback snap as they celebrated their 17th birthday
The actress is also a parent to 14-year old son Henry with Daniel, who she met while filming The Mexican and subsequently married in 2002 following his divorce from first wife Vera Steimberg.
On Thursday Julia looked radiant in a rare selfie she posted to her Instagram page to mark Thanksgiving.
The Hollywood star captured an autumnal vibe, wearing an orange knit beanie and a pair of gleaming sunglasses.
Family: The Oscar-winning actress, a mother of three, welcomed eldest children Hazel and Phinnaeus with cameraman husband Daniel Moder (pictured) on November 28 2004
‘Feeling grateful and thankful . Happy Thanksgiving to All,’ she wrote to her 9.3 million followers.
Shortly before the annual American holiday she marked her wedding anniversary by sharing a snap with Daniel on the beach.
Lately Julia has been in Australia filming her upcoming romantic comedy Ticket To Paradise which reunites her with her Ocean’s Eleven co-star George Clooney.
Celebration: On Thursday Julia looked radiant in a rare selfie she posted to her Instagram page to mark Thanksgiving
Just two days before Thanksgiving the two leads were spotted on the Whitsunday Islands off of Queensland for the shoot.
Their castmates include Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd as well as Kaitlyn Dever, both of whom were previously in Olivia Wilde’s high school comedy Booksmart.
George and Julia have co-starred in such films as his directorial debut Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, as well as Money Monster helmed by Jodie Foster.