Matthew McConaughey & Camila Alves’ Daughter Turns 13
Now you see him.
Camila Alves just lately paid tribute to her and Matthew McConaughey‘s daughter Vida for her thirteenth birthday, sharing an epic snap from the celebration during which the teenager is about to blow out the candles on her cake. And simply over her shoulder is Woody Harrelson hilariously ready to take a slice of the dessert.
“Uncle @woodyharrelson is questioning if the cake is vegan or not!!!” wrote Camila on Instagram Jan. 23. “How does this go folks! Time flies… 13! You might be my ray of sunshine Vida!!!”
The mannequin went on to share how Vida’s title encapsulates her daughter’s vibrant spirit so properly.
Camila added, “Your title explains every little thing about you “life” (#tb on celebrating her birthday on our household trip journey January third).”
And she or he’s not the one member of the McConaughey household to rejoice turning a yr wiser just lately. Vida’s milestone comes lower than a month after Matthew and Camila marked their son Livingston‘s tenth birthday again in December.
A peak into the household’s celebration was shared by Camila on Instagram Jan. 15.
“Nothing fancy…simply us,” Camila captioned her put up alongside a pic of her youngest carrying a “Blissful Birthday” crown and blowing out the candles on his cake. “All he needed to do is go to Altitude the trampoline place in Austin and an ice cream cake!”
Camila’s put up continued, “Might your coronary heart my son hold it is simplicity as you develop on this difficult world!! You problem me and educate me every day for that I’m grateful! What a blessing you’re!”
Matthew—who additionally shares 14-year-old Levi with Camila—has beforehand shared he approaches the duty that comes with being a dad.
“Generally loving your youngsters means giving them simply what they need,” Matthew instructed Town & Country in 2020. “Different instances it means robust love. Prosperous folks can provide their youngsters every little thing they need, however they are not normally going to get what they want.”
He added, “Loving a baby is rather a lot tougher if you happen to actually give a rattling. ‘No’ takes much more vitality. It is rather a lot simpler to say ‘sure.’”