Barbra Streisand shares an incredible photo with her look-alike son

Cheryl Kahla
Jan 01, 2019
08:18 A.M.
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Award-winning actress and singer Barbra Streisand wowed her Instagram followers when she shared a throwback photo from 1971. 


The photo, seen below, shows Streisand posing wither her then-five-year-old son, Jason Gould, in front of a Christmas tree and presents.

She wrote in the caption: "With Jason @jasongouldmusic on Christmas morning in 1971 in Las Vegas. #TBT." 


The photo was liked by nearly 30,000 people in a few hours and received almost 400 comments from her 828,000 Instagram followers. 

A user known only as Shellee said it's a beautiful photo, while another added that the photo represents "beautiful, good memories."


Back in November, Streisand shared a photo of her granddaughter, Weslyn, saying: "We're so happy to welcome Westlyn into the world."


Westlyn is the daughter of her husband's son Josh and his wife Kathyrn, and Streisand arranged a baby shower for her daughter-in-law. 


In a recent photo, the "Dolly" actress bragged with her granddaughter's "precious little hands and feet. She added: 

"What’s truly important… Life and love."

The photo was like by more than 65,000 people in less than a week. 


Veteran actress Barbra Streisand is married to James Brolin, and the could exchange vows back in the late nineties. 

Before that, she was married to Eliot Gould for eight years, from 1963 until 1971. Her relationship with Brolin moved reasonably quickly.


Streisand admits it wasn't loved at first sight for her. They started dating in July 1996, and by November they were living together.

The couple the knot on the second anniversary of their first date. Follow our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more.

Hollywood was abuzz with the star-studded ceremony and paparazzi camped outside her Malibu estate where the wedding took place.

They wanted some measure of privacy to their nuptials, and Streisand strategically placed loudspeakers outside her house so that the reporters wouldn't be able to hear them recite their vows.