Katherine Schwarzenegger posted rare family photos while celebrating Thanksgiving — including a sweet snap of daughter Eloise with Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The self-help author documented her “weekend of yummy food, lots of love, a baptism, first holiday season and family” via Instagram Sunday.
“I am so grateful and thankful for these memories ,” she captioned the slideshow.
While Katherine kept Eloise’s face out of the pictures, she did give a glimpse of the 6-month-old wearing a knit hat in her car seat.
She also showed the little one sporting a white dress while getting cuddles from her grandpa, 75, at what appeared to be her baptism.
Eloise’s 2-year-old sister, Lyla, also made an appearance in the social media upload.
The toddler posed in a festive outfit, featuring a brown dress with a rope belt, white tights and matching shoes.
Katherine and her husband, Chris Pratt, have chosen to keep their kids mostly off of the platform since welcoming Lyla in August 2020, followed by Eloise in May. The actor also refrains from posting photos of his 10-year-old son, Jack, with ex-wife Anna Faris.
The duo, however, have no problem raving about their growing family in interviews.
Arnold, for his part, has celebrated grandfather status multiple times over the years, calling the role “the easiest thing” in February.
“They come over to the house, you play … for around an hour or two … and after two hours, they leave,” the “Terminator” star explained to Jimmy Kimmel.
“It’s fantastic!” he added. “I have a great time when they come over to the house.”
The bodybuilder also praised Pratt, 43, at the time, whom Katherine married in June 2019.
“Fantastic guy,” Arnold said of his “great son-in-law” during the “Jimmy Kimmel Live! appearance.
“Embarking on this new chapter of motherhood allowed for a new blossoming of a part of my relationship with my own mother,” she gushed. “To watch her step into the role of grandmother has been one of the greatest joys of my life.”
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