The 'Charmed' alum expressed her gratitude for family this holiday season alongside a series of photos from her trip
Days after the holiday the Charmed alum, 50, uploaded an Instagram carousel featuring photos of herself and her kids taking a warm weather trip for turkey day.
“Much needed family time complete with healing sea water; rainbows, friends, theater, snuggles, love and hope,” she began in her caption on Monday. In the first snap, Milano stood alone on a white sand beach with crystal clear water as her backdrop. She smiled and posed while wearing a black bikini, strappy coverup, and astraw hat. In a few other closeups, she showed off her layered gold accessories and wavy, fresh-from-the-sea locks.
“I’m so completely in awe of life and feel real guilt to even be able [to] post this when there is so much pain and collective trauma in the world. Please forgive me if this post comes off as insensitive.”
Milano added that she would “continue to pray for peace and for children throughout the world to have what they need to not only survive…but to thrive.”
The mother of two also uploaded a few images of the scenery, and a picture of her kids hugging.
Another photo from the Thanksgiving dump included Milano and her children bundled up, standing in front of a sign for the musical Wicked .
While she may have no objections to her children seeing a Broadway play about the witches from the Land of Oz, the Insatiable actress previously opened up about her decision not to allow her little ones to see one of her most popular roles.
From 1998 to 2006, Milano starred as Phoebe Halliwell, one of three sisters on the WB supernatural series Charmed. However, her decision has less to do with the scare factor, and more to do with her on-screen romances.
"They have not seen Charmed for many reasons," she said in a March 2022 TikTok.
"One of which, I kiss a lot of guys on Charmed," she pointed out, emphasizing, "So many guys, that are not their dad. So many guys. So, no."
She added that Elizabella wasn’t sold on her performance in her Netflix film Brazen.
"I let Bella watch the trailer of Brazen 'cause obviously I wouldn't let her watch the movie," Milano continued. "She said, 'Mom, I could tell you were faking that kiss.' I think she was calling me a bad actress."
The activist and Bugliari, 42, have been married since 2009.
Describing the ceremony in August of that year, she said, “My Italian family still eats Sunday dinner together every week. We wanted to capture the same feeling with people passing around beautiful bowls of food and talking and laughing.”
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