'All is not calm': Hilary Duff's holiday card strikes a chord with fans
The "Lizzie McGuire" actress shared her family's 2022 Christmas card with fans.
Hilary Duff is getting cheeky for the holidays.
On Wednesday, the 35-year-old actress shared her family's 2022 holiday card in a new Instagram post. The Christmas photo features herself and husband Matthew Koma, 35, with their kids, four-year-old Banks and one-year-old Mae, as well 10-year-old Luca, whom Duff shares with ex-husband Mike Comrie, 42.
In the snap, Duff and Koma have their mouthes tapes shut as they sit back-to-back tied together by Christmas lights being pulled by Luca. Meanwhile, Banks and Mae are sitting on the floor in front of their parents, with Mae eating a cupcake.
Around the shot, the words "happy holidays" and "all is not calm" frame the lower corners of the picture. "A Duff, some Bairs and a Comrie" is printed on the white envelope, noting the surnames of each family member.
"Happy holidays!" Duff captioned her post.
Fans resonated with Duff's holiday card in the comments of her post, with some people calling on the star to make new Christmas music.
"Omg this is so amazing," commented singer Madison Love.
"What do I need to do to get on this mailing list," one fan added, along with a crying emoji.
"Not me thinking this was an Xmas album cover," another wished.
"OK, but that is the cutest card ever," one person penned.
"This is epic," someone raved.
"How can I get one? This is so clever and precious," someone else shared.
Duff often takes to social media to share content of her husband and their children. But in November, the "Wake Up" and "So Yesterday" singer told InStyle she won't let her family listen to her 2002 album, "Santa Claus Lane."
"I don't ever listen to that album with my family because I'm afraid they might actually love it!" Duff shared. "Never say never ... I love Christmas music!"
Looking ahead to 2023, the "How I Met Your Father" actress explained that she hopes to find more balance in life, since she always has "a lot of plates in the air" as a working mom.
"The mom guilt can be really heavy at times, but I always try to keep the perspective that it's important for my kids to see their mom working and doing something she loves," Duff added.
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