Brooke Shields shared a series of sweet photos with her similar-looking kids, Rowan and Grier, on Sunday in honor of National Daughters Day.
“My pride and joy. My whole heart. My girls. Happy #nationaldaughtersday 💗,” the actress wrote in her Instagram post.
Shields hugged her two mini blades in one fell swoop while standing outside in winter.
The ‘Pretty Baby’ star, 57, wore a brown turtleneck sweater with dark-rimmed aviator glasses.
Meanwhile, Rowan, 19, wore a black puffer jacket and Grier, 16, paired a sequined top with a beige teddy coat.
Other photos in the carousel include a black and white throwback portrait of the proud mother with her two girls as toddlers.
Shields also featured a selfie taken by Rowan showing the trio sporting fresh, bouncy bursts and full faces of glamorous makeup.
The “Lipstick Jungle” alum recently spoke candidly about her emotional reaction to Rowan heading off to her second year of college.
“Turns out the second time is NOT the charm when it comes to your baby going to college,” she captioned an Instagram video last month.
“Sophomore, here she comes,” continued Shields, who shares the teens with her husband, Chris Henchy. “I’ll cry if you need me.”
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The “Blue Lagoon” star revealed she thought it would be “easier the second time around because” [Rowan had] already gone and [was with the family] the whole summer.”
However, the model said, “I’m not going to ride with her. … It was just too painful. I don’t think I could drive away from campus again.”
While her oldest daughter attends Wake Forest University in North Carolina, this year’s Shields youngest starred in a Victoria’s Secret’s Mother’s Day campaign with her A-list mom.
“It was a dream come true to make this campaign with my daughter and show the beauty of our relationship,” the star of “Law & Order: SVU” wrote in April.
The brand also shared a sweet clip, in which a tearful Shields told Grier, “I don’t think I could have counted on feeling the pain of loving so much because it hurts all the time.”