Some of our favorite celebrity families are getting ready for Thanksgiving this weekend. From Molly Sims and her family-of-five, to Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman‘s united front for their daughters, to Eva Amurri Martino and her mother Susan Sarandon‘s delicious feast, to Jordana Brewster‘s family gathering, to Ayesha Curry‘s “huge spread,” let’s take a look at who’s celebrating the festive holiday.
Model-actress Molly Sims posted a festive photo of her three children — sons Brooks, 5, and Grey, 10 months, and 2-year-old daughter Scarlett — donning turkey costumes.
“I’m #ThankfulFor my three turkeys. Every year I try to teach my kiddos the meaning of #Thanksgiving with an easy turkey craft. Watch my YouTube #DIYvideo at the link in my bio #gobblegobble,” the Las Vegas alum, 44, Instagrammed the series of snapshots.
The mom-of-three shared some DIY turkey crafts on her blog.
“The time has come and it’s the week of Thanksgiving!” Sims wrote. “As a momma of three kids under five, it’s really hard to get them to understand the concept of the holiday. That’s why I try to incorporate a craft to teach them what it means to be thankful and grateful.”
The crafty mama says they are heading to Florida to celebrate with her husband Scott Stuber‘s family.
“I’m heading to Destin, Florida today for my father-in-law’s 80th,” Sims said of their Thanksgiving plans.
Mom-of-two Drew Barrymore and her ex-husband Will Kopelman are celebrating Thanksgiving together with their daughters Olive, 5, and Frankie, 3.
“We do a whole thing at the house,” the E.T. star told PEOPLE of their Thanksgiving plans. “I always spend it with my daughters, their father, grandparents, [Will’s sister] Jill [Kargman], my sister, the cousins. We have a whole Kopelman-Kargman tradition.”
Although they’re divorced, It’s every bit the united front for the former couple.
“We might take a trip – not on an airplane,” the Santa Clarita Diet star shared. “Travel during Thanksgiving is so hard, so anything that’s a drive away.”
Eva Amurri Martino:
Californication actress Eva Amurri Martino and husband, NBC Sports broadcaster Kyle Martino, are were all smiles with their two kids – daughter Marlowe, 3, and 1-year-old son Major — in a festive Instagram photo.
“ “Say Turkey!” A BIG blog post is up today on HappilyEvaAfter.com featuring a look at my #Thanksgiving table, our family Turkey Day style, and our plans for the day- as well as my tips for YOUR best thanksgiving table! Let me know what you think,” the actress captioned the image.
“Say Turkey!” 😜🦃❤️ A BIG blog post is up today on HappilyEvaAfter.com featuring a look at my #Thanksgiving table, our family Turkey Day style, and our plans for the day- as well as my tips for YOUR best thanksgiving table! Let me know what you think! #HappilyEvaAfter #HEAatHome #MaisonMartino #Holiday #mywilliamssonoma #Family (📷: @courtneyannphotography_ )
The Mothers and Daughters star, 32, shared details of their Thanksgiving plans her blog, Happily Eva After.
The actress and her family-of-four will celebrate Thanksgiving with Eva’s famous mother, Thelma & Louise actress Susan Sarandon.
Eva and family are hosting Thanksgiving at their Connecticut home, while grandma Susan will bring her favorite pies from New York City.
To read more about Eva’s Thanksgiving plans, go to Happily Eva After.
Fast & Furious star Jordana Brewster and husband Andrew Form will celebrate Thanksgiving with their two sons — Julian, 4, and Rowan, 17 months — at their home in Los Angeles, Calif.
The Lethal Weapon actress, 37, will host her big family, including sister Bella Brewster, her husband Baron Davis, and their two sons: Kingman, 3, and Luke, 22 months.
“I’m hosting Thanksgiving which I’m super excited about! I’m not cooking, but I am hosting,” Brewster said, and added, “Which everyone’s happy that I’m not cooking although I’m learning.”
The Seasoned Life cookbook author Ayesha Curry and her husband, NBA star Stephen Curry, will celebrate Thanksgiving with their two daughters — Riley, 5, and Ryan, 2 — at their California home.
“I always do a huge spread,” the mom-of-two, 28, told Us Weekly.
The famous family will enjoy mama’s famous dijon mustard and bread crumb rack of lamb, sweet potato casserole, salmon, and macaroni and cheese.
“Fish isn’t traditional, but we have a lot of pescatarians in our family,” she shared. “I want to please everyone and make them happy.”
For dessert, it’ll be bread pudding with croissants.
“It’s like double bad for you,” Ayesha admitted. “But it’s so good!”
From our families to yours, Happy Thanksgiving to one and all!