Magic Johnson's Wife of 28 Years Stuns in Floral Sweatsuit with Husband in Resurrection Day Photo
Magic and Cookie Johnson celebrated Easter Sunday at home, and they made sure to share a picture of themselves smiling together as they greeted their fans on social media.
Magic and Cookie Johnson made sure to dress up for the Easter holiday, with Cookie donning a gorgeous floral sweatsuit and Magic sporting a Ralph Lauren sweater.
Aside from their Easter couple picture, Cookie had been sharing words of wisdom to her followers during Holy Week, trying to put the spotlight back on the Christian events despite the COVID-19 pandemic happening.
Magic and Cookie Johnson at the Mercedes-Benz Diabetes benefit event in October 2014 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
CELEBRATING EASTER SUNDAY
Although this year's celebration was quite different from previous years, they made sure to snap a picture and greet their fans a very Happy Easter.
"Happy Resurrection Day! And remember that Jesus shed his blood for us, to protect us and cover us always. #Grateful #Hallelujah."
CELEBRATING TOGETHER FOR NEARLY THREE DECADES
Magic and Cookie Johnson have been celebrating various holidays as a couple for almost three decades now, and through all their ups and downs, they've remained strong and in love.
Magic and Cookie share two kids together, Earvin Johnson III and Elisa Johnson.
AN ISSUE THAT SHAPED THEIR MARRIAGE
The pair got married in 1991, just two months before Magic announced that he had been infected with HIV. While his diagnosis left her numb, she stood by her husband through it all and they remain happily in love with one another.
Magic and Cookie share two kids together, Earvin Johnson III, or EJ, and Elisa Johnson. Magic has another son from a previous relationship named Andre, and he remains close to his family as well.
THEIR KIDS HAVE MADE NAMES FOR THEMSELVES
EJ has made a name for himself in the entertainment industry, known as a staple in high-class fashion events and a previous cast member of "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills." He even had a spin-off series of his own called "EJNYC."
Meanwhile, their daughter Elisa was adopted by the couple in 1995. They acknowledged this was the best way to have another child to save them from the possibility of being infected by HIV.