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10 Celebrities Who Always Show Appreciation for Their Family

In our life, family is among the most important things, as most of us wouldn’t be where we are now without our loved ones. And things are no different among celebrities. Fame and success come with many responsibilities, however, it’s always good to remember where we came from.

1. Florence Pugh brought her grandmother as a red carpet date.

Florence Pugh brought her wonderful grandmother to the red carpet with her and didn’t regret it at all. In an Instagram post, she wrote, “At the end of my walk down that carpet, I saw my granny taking pictures on her phone. I hugged her and asked if she would like to stand with me for a picture, her eyes lit up whilst also saying, ’Oh, they don’t want to see me...’”

To which she responded, “I assured her they did. Next thing I know, she’s dancing for all the photographers calling her name. It was truly the most special moment I have ever had on a carpet.”

2. Jessica Biel focused on her family instead of her career.

After the birth of the power couple’s son, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake decided to move out of New York in order to cherish a quieter existence. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Biel confessed that she was facing many challenges because of her busy work schedule, but family came first for her and always would.

She said, “My work, I leave it at work. I don’t bring it home. I mean, yes, I’m exhausted [...] But you’ve got to let it go. You have a 2-year-old who just wants to play with you, and that’s what’s most important.”

3. Jennifer Garner is like a superhero mom.

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Long before the divorce of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, they were just another Hollywood power couple, trying to raise children together, however, when they started a family they were both thriving in their careers. That’s why Garner decided for them to take turns raising their kids in order to respect each other’s careers.

Despite their divorce, they still prioritize family over work. In an interview with E! News, Affleck said, “Jen is a superhero mom. She is an amazing mother, and I’m really lucky to have her as a partner to co-parent these kids with. ”

4. Ariana Grande brought both of her parents as her dates to the 2020 Grammys.

Ariana Grande was nominated for 5 awards back in 2020 at the Grammys, and she brought her parents as her dates, which was a way for her to show appreciation for her family.

Joan, the mother of the famous pop star, wrote in a tweet, “I am so proud of my daughter for a million reasons, but to name a few, she stepped out and owned the red carpet TWICE, she gave a phenomenal performance, she owned sitting in her seat during the show, showing true warmth, sincerity, and respect, and she had a great time! Ariana won!”

5. SZA walked the red carpet with her mother and grandmother at the 2018 Grammys.

SZA showed up to the 2018 Grammys with her mom and grandmother, who sat in a wheelchair. In an interview with E! News, the 32-year-old singer said that while she’s “a really, like, shy person... I am enjoying it. My mom and my granny are here with me.” Having them with her made the night more enjoyable for her.

6. Demi Moore’s success in her career didn’t stop her from being the best mother possible.

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When Bruce Willis and Demi Moore got engaged, they were one of the most powerful couples in Hollywood. They were both at the peak of booming careers, but that didn’t stop them from settling down.

Moore’s first pregnancy was a public experience, but after that, the couple chose to raise their kids far from Beverly Hills. They moved out to Hailey, Idaho. The actress’s investment in her kids paid off, and her daughter, Rumer, went on to win the Mirror Ball trophy on Dancing With the Stars.

7. Julia Roberts disappeared from the public eye to focus on her family instead.

After Pretty Woman became a huge success, Julia Roberts became one of the most in-demand actresses in Hollywood. But once she tied the knot with cameraman Danny Moder, she disappeared from the public eye after becoming a mother. She said, “I’ve been a soccer mom for a while, but it’s soccer, basketball, aerial yoga.”

She did a very good job separating her family life from work, and, as a matter of fact, she’s done it so well that until a certain age, her kids didn’t even know that their mother was famous.

8. Charlize Theron took a very special date to the 2020 Oscars.

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Charlize Theron showed up at the 2020 Oscars with a very special date by her side, her mother, Gerda. As they walked down the red carpet, the actress shared how lucky she was to have her mother by her side at that show. She said on the E! News pre-show, “I win the award for best date, for sure.”

9. Lin-Manuel Miranda brought his mom to the 2017 Oscars.

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At the 2017 Oscars, Lin-Manuel Miranda was nominated for Best Original Song, and he took his mother as his red carpet date. His mom, Luz, told ABC News, “From the time he was tiny, we would sit up and watch the Oscars, and we said when he goes, not if, when he goes, I was going with him.”

10. David Beckham brought his sons to the 2011 Sun Military Awards.

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David Beckham brought his sons, Brooklyn and Romeo, to the 2011 Sun Military Awards. And ever since, they’ve shown up to many events together, and Beckham enjoys showing that his love for his family runs very deep.

Do you think it’s important to show love toward our parents? Which of the above stories did you like the most?

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