Steve Harvey and his wife Marjorie are known for throwing the best holiday parties, and they did not disappoint this past weekend as they entertained their grandkids to fun Easter festivities.
The famous couple made headlines last year after they transformed their backyard to a colorful amusement park for Halloween and this past weekend, they made the most of their yard again.
In several pictures posted to Instagram by Marjorie, it appears Steve and Marjorie gave life to the Easter bunnies and eggs concept.
The only grandkid who seemed to be missing from the pictures was BJ, the two-year-old son of Steve’s daughter Karli
There was a colorful makeshift enclosure where the grandkids got to pet live bunnies, and a couple of photos showed them engaging in an egg-painting exercise. Grandpa and Grandma were not left out of the fun too as they posed for a photo while holding a bunny.
In one cute snapshot, all the grandbabies huddled together for a picture with a giant Easter bunny.
Four-year-old Elle, the child of Marjorie’s daughter and Steve’s stepdaughter looked adorable in a lacy, white-and-blue dress and seemed to be color coordinating with three-year-old Noah.
Noah, the son of Marjorie’s son and Steve’s stepson, appeared dapper in a white shirt, blue shorts with suspenders, and matching bowtie.
Fans of Steve and his family wasted no time coming for the trolls that attacked Marjorie
Noah’s big sister, four-year-old Rose, chose a floral dress, while their brother, seven-month-old Ezra, wore a white outfit. The only grandkid who seemed to be missing from the pictures was BJ, the two-year-old son of Steve’s daughter Karli and her husband.
The famed talk show host has once admitted that he’s not particularly thrilled about the grandchildren because they keep him from spending time with his wife. Marjorie, on the other hand, loves having the grandbabies around and her social media feed is enough proof.
The fashion enthusiast even received some unexpected backlash in January after she shared a video of Rose and Elle “breastfeeding” their dolls.
The video was meant to be funny, and while some social media users laughed over the innocence in children reenacting what they’ve seen, others took offense and slammed Marjorie for posting an “inappropriate” video.
Fans of Steve and his family wasted no time coming for the trolls that attacked Marjorie, and in the end, she addressed the haters herself.
“Cleary some of y’all weren’t breastfed. Maybe that’s the problem,” she wrote. “Some of y’all need a hug.”