Happy Easter, HollywoodLifers! Tons of our fave celebs are celebrating this holiday and have taken to Twitter and Instagram to make sure their thousands (or millions!) of followers are feeling the love, too. Check out the sweetest celebrity Easter wishes here!
Easter is definitely a day for quality family time, but tons of celebs have taken time out of their holiday to give some attention to their social media followers, too! Click through the gallery here to see which stars, like Kourtney Kardashian, Julianne Hough and more, are sending their best wishes on this holiday!
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Kourt got into the religious side of the holiday, posting a page from the book Jesus Calling, while Julianne played into the fun side, sharing a pic of some perfectly-dyed Easter eggs gathered in a bowl. But both ladies’ message ‘Happy Easter’ message was the same as they showed their followers some love for the holiday!
Meanwhile, can we get a collective “AWWWW” for the throwback photo of John Stamos holding an Easter basket as a child?! “#HappyEaster from this guy,” he captioned the cute pic. Like Julianne, Sophia Bush also shared a cute Easter egg pic, but she had a hilarious message to go with it. “Happy #Easter. Now excuse me while I go eat approximately 1,000 Reese’s peanut butter eggs,” she wrote. LOL, we totally get it — best candy ever!
The cutest part of Easter, though, is seeing little kids enjoying the holiday, and Dancing With The Stars pro, Alison Holker, shared the sweetest image of herself and her daughter getting ready to dye Easter eggs. Snooki also made sure her kiddies would have a great day — she showed off the Easter baskets she made for them on Instagram and they look AMAZING.
Click through the gallery to check out what other stars are saying on Easter!
HollywoodLifers, what’s your favorite Easter tradition?