Tracy Moore is showing love for her daughter.
On Friday, the "Cityline" host took to Instagram with a heartfelt message for her 12-year-old daughter Eva — whom she shares with her husband Lionel Perron.
In the post, Moore shared a"flashback" photo from when Eva was just a toddler, as well as a more recent candid snap of the mother-daughter duo ahead of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Moore explained that her daughter always asked to attend the festival with her, but they held off until she was a bit older.
"A little flashback. TIFF 2012 vs. TIFF 2022," she captioned the post for her more than 145,000 followers. "Back then she’d watch me get ready and ask, 'When can I come?' and I’d say as soon as you’re old enough."
"I didn’t think that would be age 12," she admitted. "But @natashankpr was kind enough to let me be a mom while enjoying her extravagantly beautiful 20th anniversary of @nkpr.inc and TIFF Festival Kick-Off Party."
Moore, who is also mom to a 15-year-old son, Sid, said that things went off without a hitch — and seeing her daughter's reaction to the festival's kick-off party made the experience even more special.
"We shared snacks, hung out with @thetaylorkaye, and squeezed each others’ hands often because she was blown away by the party," Moore penned, adding: "I love that she loved it. Seeing the whole glam affair through her eyes made it all the more special for me."
Additionally, she included the hashtags: "FlashbackFriday" and "MiniMe."
Fans quickly applauded the mom-of-two for sharing such a "special memory."
"I love this 10-year time-lapse," one Instagram user commented. "They grow up way too fast."
One fan pointed out: "Memories that last a lifetime. Beautiful."
"I audibly 'aw’d.' Love this a lot!" someone else added.
Just last month, Moore shared another candid moment with her daughter on social media. On August 25, the Canadian television host took to TikTok to share a video, dancing with her daughter to the viral TikTok song "L$D" by Luclover.
It didn't take long for the clip to garner praise for sharing the "cute" mother-daughter dance.
"Haha love it! I wish I could get my daughter to do this with me," one TikTok user commented, while another wrote, "Obsessed with this."
One person wrote: "I love y'all," paired with a laughing emoji.
"Love it," echoed another.