July 08, 2020
Sylvester Stallone’s daughters made him a special breakfast to celebrate the actor’s 74th birthday, and he has the picture to prove it.
Sylvester Stallone celebrated his 74th birthday with a special treat from his daughters. The legendary actor shared that piece of information when he posted two birthday pictures to his Instagram page on July 6.
Sylvester Stallone at the closing ceremony screening of "The Specials" during the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival on May 25, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
While the first image showed Sylvester flexing his muscles, the second picture was a look at a table that was filled with breakfast. Through the caption of the post, which has received nearly 900,000 likes, the “First Blood” star explained:
“A great birthday breakfast made by my wonderful daughters! I’m gonna eat until I explode, they go to the gym and unload!”
Closer Weekly reported that Sylvester welcomed his three daughters with his third and current wife, Jennifer Flavin. The star’s three daughters — Sophia Rose Stallone, Sistine Rose Stallone, and Scarlet Rose Stallone — have not only grown up, but they have also gone on to follow their own career paths.
Sylvester sent some well-wishes to Nick Cordero, who has spent the last few months battling COVID-19.
While Sophia has made it clear that she would like to start her makeup and fashion line, 22-year-old Sistine has shown a love for fashion and modeling as she signed a contract with IMG Models in 2016.
Scarlet, on the other hand, is an actress who has appeared in films such as “Reach Me” and “Entertainment Tonight.” The trio’s parents, who recently marked their 23rd wedding anniversary, first met in 1988 and subsequently began dating.
However, according to Daily Mail, the pair called it quits in 1994 following Sylvester’s romantic involvement with Janice Dickinson. Sylvester and Jennifer later reunited in 1995 and got married at The Dorchester Hotel, London, in May 1997.
As an actor, Sylvester made a name for himself when he appeared in the 1976 film “Rocky” — a film that has managed to remain relevant till date.
In fact, in June 2020, USA Today revealed that a documentary, known as “40 Years of Rocky: The Birth of a Classic” was created to share some previously unknown facts about the low-budget film.
One such detail was the fact that the makeup that was used on Sylvester’s face — for the fight scenes — ruined his eyebrows. That slight glitch didn’t stop the actor from giving his best in the film franchise and showing his compassionate side to others.
Back in May, People reported that Sylvester sent some well-wishes to Nick Cordero, who has spent the last few months battling COVID-19.