Sylvester Stallone called his 24-year-old daughter Sistine the “greatest gift” in a sweet birthday tribute on Instagram.
“A very very happy birthday to our amazing SISTINE!” the “Rocky” actor captioned a series of photos of his daughter on Monday.
“Every day with you has been like Christmas. The greatest gift! @sistinestallone.”
The “Midnight in the Switchgrass” actress, who is the second-born daughter of Sylvester and Jennifer Flavin, commented, “I love you dad!!!!.”
Sylvester’s carousel post featured several adorable pics of the father-daughter duo, including a snap of himself smoking a cigar, while she stood alongside holding a small dog.
He also included a throwback photo of Sistine as a youngster, along with a pic of her accompanied by her sisters, Sophia Rose Stallone, 25, and Scarlet Stallone, 20.
The stunning trio most recently walked the red carpet together at the premiere of Randall Emmett‘s thriller “Midnight in the Switchgrass,” which starred Bruce Willis, Megan Fox, and Machine Gun Kelly.
“I am a very very lucky man to have such wonderful, loving children who brought me nothing but joy,” he captioned a photo of himself with his three towering daughters before they walked the carpet in July 2021.
“Now I wish they would stop growing so tall! Lol,” he joked.
The famous family also came together to celebrate youngest daughter Scarlet’s high school graduation last year.
“Congratulations on graduating high school to our wonderful daughter SCARLET!” the actor wrote alongside a series of Instagram snaps showing his mini-me posing with balloons.
Scarlet, whose graduation was held in the Rose Bowl, wore a short floral dress with a cinched waist, and a dainty gold necklace for her big day.
Sylvester — who has been married to Flavin since 1997 — had two sons with ex-wife Sacha Czack. His son Sage died of heart disease in 2012 at age 36 and his son Seargeoh is 43. He was also married to actress Brigitte Nielsen from 1985 to 1987.
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