People: Lori Loughlin Had 'Small Celebration' on Her Birthday Amid College Scam, Sources Claim
Lori Loughlin reportedly had a low-key celebration for her 55th birthday with close friends and family after attending the Church of the Good Shepherd.
Life goes on for Lori Loughlin after being involved in the biggest college admission scam in America. But of course, there are some constraints to what the actress can do amid her pending case.
People reported that she had a small celebration for her birthday over the weekend.
A SMALL CELEBRATION
The former “Fuller House” star just turned 55 and spent the day with close friends and family after attending Church at the Church of the Good Shepherd with her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, in Los Angeles on Sunday.
“They try to go every Sunday,” a source told the outlet. “This is the Church they have been coming to for years. They are getting support at the Church. They were approached by other churchgoers, and people seem genuinely supportive.”
Loughlin’s two daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, honored their mother on her special day through Instagram posts on their respective social media accounts -- their first post after a long hiatus.
The past months have been nothing but difficult for Loughlin, especially with the press watching and waiting on her every move.
Olivia posted a throwback photo with her mom while her sister shared a black and white photo. Both remained silent since the controversy but took the opportunity to greet Loughlin a “Happy birthday” and tell her, “I love you.”
FAITH AND YOGA
The past months have been nothing but difficult for Loughlin, especially with the press watching and waiting on her every move. An insider told PEOPLE that the actress turned to yoga as a coping mechanism and believes her “faith” will help her.
Lori Loughlin Had a 'Small' Birthday Celebration with Family and Friends After Attending Church https://t.co/m4uAhy52EB— People (@people) July 29, 2019
“She’s trying to keep a somewhat regular schedule -- going to yoga and pilates and seeing friends for lunch,” the source said. “She is very faith-based, and she knows her faith will get her through this.”