'Back to the Future' Star Michael J Fox's Wife Tracy Pollan Shared New Pic of Their 3 Daughters
Canadian-American actor, Michael J. Fox, is a proud father to three beautiful daughters who all resemble their father, as seen in a new photo posted on social media.
Michael J. Fox and his wife, Tracy Pollan share four children, which include a son and three daughters. The girls seem to have taken after their father in appearance, a fact that was obvious in a new photo shared by Tracy on Instagram.
TRACY POLLAN'S POST
The mother of four posted an adorable photo of her three daughters, twins, Aquinnah Kathleen, and Schuyler Frances, and Esmé Annabelle enjoying some fun time at the beach.
"Luckiest girl X 3 when it's #nationaldaughtersday Love my girlies so."
Her post drew reactions from her fans who didn't mince words in describing their admiration for Tracy and her three beautiful daughters.
MICHAEL J. FOX AND TRACY POLLAN'S INCREDIBLE LOVE STORY
Michael and Tracy met when they were selected as cast members of the hit sitcom of the 80s, "Family Ties." The pair played as lovers, Alex, and Ellen respectively on the show, but had a professional relationship off the screen.
Michael later became a huge Hollywood star, making appearances in many hit movies of that time. This newfound fame meant he never lacked in wealth or attention.
It wasn't surprising to find him linked with many women of that time, including Courtney Cox. Michael and Tracy soon became an item, with their relationship taking an upward turn after they starred together again in a movie called "Bright Lights, Big City."
He later proposed to her in December of 1987, a few months after they began dating. They got married despite many obstacles, including death threats that faced them, tying the knot on July 16, 1988.
Even after their wedding, they faced more troubles, not least Michael's diagnosis with Parkinson's disease, but they have held on despite all of it to remain a strong and loving couple.
Michael Fox has channeled his resources into fighting Parkinson's disease, reaching out through his foundation, the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.