Tracy Moore shares 'adorable' Valentine's Day photos with family: 'My loves'

The CityLine host gave fans a glimpse at her laid-back Valentine's Day celebrations.

Tracy Moore is giving fans a glimpse at her Valentine's Day celebrations with family.

On Tuesday, the Canadian TV host, 47, took to Instagram to celebrate "Love Day" with a carousel of heartwarming photos and videos. Moore revealed that she celebrated the day by spending time with her husband Lionel Perron, their 12-year-old daughter Eva, and their 15-year-old son Sid.

"A beautiful day with my loves," she wrote to her more than 151,000 followers. "Arguing over our favourite love songs (there’s a generational gap for sure), blind taste tests (Sid gives deep-fried pickles a [thumbs down]), cards, heart-shaped pizza, chocolate, and just goodness."

"I hope you know love follows you wherever you go," she penned. "And the best love of all is clearly the love you have for yourself."

Fans quickly applauded the mom-of-two for sharing such an "adorable" and "wholesome" family moment.

"This is the kind of adorable, wholesome content I needed today. So cute! Happy love day," an Instagram user commented.

"These are so awesome! Looks like it was a great day," another wrote.

"Oh man, this is so super sweet," someone else added, with three heart emojis.

One person chimed in: "Looks like a perfect day."

"So beautiful," commented another.

In November, Moore paid tribute to her husband by taking her followers back to the 2000s. The "Cityline" host shared a video comparing an old photo of them from the early years of their relationship to the last photo they took together.

"The first pic you took together and then the last," the on-screen text reads before showing a photo of the couple smiling together in 2003.

"Still smiling," she captioned the Instagram Reel.

"Our first actual pic was probably sometime in 2001 when we met. But I'm too lazy to dig through our gigantic Rubbermaid container to find it. That's right, kids. Our pictures were printed out and placed in an album or a huge plastic bin. Why does the turn of the century feels like a lifetime ago? #MyGuy #ThenAndNow," she shared.

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