Instagram feeds are still flooded with ‘Merry Christmas’ posts and – more than likely – you, too, were pulled into a family photo sometime after lunch.
Our favourite Aussie celebrities were no exception.
There were happy smiles and one outrageous suit from the Foster-Blake family. Zoe and Hamish were holding their children, three-year-old Sonny and little Rudy, who’s only five months old.
“Just a bunch of turkeys wishing you a joyous Christmas,” the image was captioned.
Television presenter Lisa Wilkinson had her reindeer antlers on in celebration, posing with her journalist husband Peter FitzSimons and her children Billi, Jake and Louis.
Wilkinson’s former co-host at Today, 43-year-old Karl Stefanovic offered a rare glimpse into his relationship with shoe designer Jasmine Yarbrough. Only, it had fans doing a bit of a double take… (Seriously, where is his right hand?)
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Actor and father-of-three Chris Hemsworth, 34, spent Christmas at his home in Byron Bay with his three children and wife Elsa Pataky.
He shared a snap of himself going surfing in a Christmas rashie from the Cancer Council. He took the opportunity to remind followers to cover up and protect their skin from the sun, saying that two in three Australians are diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70.
Former Bachelorette, Sophie Monk dressed herself with… Christmas wrapping paper.
“When you go too far on a Christmas outfit,” the 37-year-old’s caption read.
She and Stu Laundy have celebrated their first Christmas together in Silver Star Mountain Resort in Canada. When Mamamia caught up with Monk earlier this month, she said they had no solid Christmas plans but were considering the snow even though she “hates” skiing.
Actress and mother-of-four Nicole Kidman, 50, also shared a festive photo with her husband Keith Urban as they celebrated in Sydney.
And finally, another snowy Christmas for TV host and mum-of-four Rebecca Judd in Whistler, Canada.
“Christmas Day ski runs with my bestie,” the caption to her image reads. In it, she is kissing her husband, retired AFL player Chris Judd, on the cheek.
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