May 28, 2020
NFL star Michael Strahan shared a cute video of himself cooking with his twin daughters. The trio looked like they were having a lot of fun in the special bonding moment.
To celebrate Memorial Day on Monday, several people across the country took to social media to share how they spend the holiday.
In an Instagram video shared by Michael Strahan, the former "New York Giants" star was seen hanging out with his twin daughters, Sophie and Isabella in the kitchen.
The three-minute video saw the trio preparing to cook while showing fans all the ingredients they were going to use. While the girls wore white and black outfits, their daddy opted for a blue T-shirt and a pair of joggers.
Strahan accompanied the adorable video with a caption where he made jokes about having his children as special guests. He wrote:
"Memorial Day edition with special guests, @sophialstrahan and @isabella.strahan!"
Shortly after sharing the post, fans and followers of the athlete took to the comment section to share their thoughts about the adorable video.
One fan commented, "That's what I like to see. So beautiful," while another added, "Helping Daddy cook, that's sweet...they are gorgeous." Several other users left sweet notes about how much they enjoyed seeing the clip.
Michael revealed that having children had taught him to be himself.
The television personality shares the twins with his ex-wife, Jean Muggli. Apart from Isabella and Sophie, Michael is also father to 28-year-old Tanita and 25-year-old Michael Jnr, whom he welcomed with his ex-wife, Wanda Hutchins.
"My kids give me strength. I love being with the kids. To me, it's all about family, now more than anything."
This is quite obvious as the star always tries to hang out with his children even when he's working. Last July, Michael hosted the "Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Sports Awards" and was joined on the orange carpet by his beautiful twin daughters.
In one of the pictures taken at the event, the proud father sported a goofy pose while another photo saw the trio striking a pose with NBA star, Zion Williamson.
While speaking about his kids in an interview with People, Michael revealed that having children had taught him to be himself and to have fun as though no one was watching.
He always wanted all of his kids to know they could have fun around their family and, most importantly, see that they could have fun no matter how old they got.