Arnold Schwarzenegger celebrated his birthday with his entire family and his ex-wife. The actor's son shared heartwarming photos on social media.
Missing was Arnold's son, Joseph Baena, whom he shares with his former housekeeper, Mildred Baena. Arnold's four kids with Shriver are found in the post below.
Arnold Schwarzenegger after meeting French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace on June 23, 2017 in Paris, France. | Source: Getty Images
In the photo, Arnold sat down outside while his family stood behind him. Shriver, 64, was on the far left. To her right were children Katherine, 30, Christopher, 22, Patrick, 26, and Christina, 29.
They gray-bearded "Terminator" star grinned, but his son Patrick's smile was less broad. "I'm trying so hard to smile... damn wisdom teeth SMH," explained Patrick in the caption.
On the table in front of the group were three delicacies, including a large chocolate cake and a pie. The post garnered over 140k likes from fans who wished Arnold birthday wishes in the comments.
Katherine, who celebrated her birthday the week before, shared a separate post honoring her father. She included one heartwarming throwback photo when she was just a young girl on her dad's back.
Another was of Arnold on set filming his famous "Terminator" movie. The next slide showed an older Arnold holding one of his furry friends. The last featured Katherine and her dad at a formal event.
Meanwhile, Arnold's son Joseph also shared a birthday post to his father for the special day. He included two photos: one of his younger self hugging his dad and another from one of Arnold's old films.
A few months ago, Arnold's only companions amid the coronavirus pandemic were more of his furry friends. In March, the actor shared a video featuring his miniature horse and donkey as he warned his followers to stay inside.
The actor advised his fans to stay inside as much as possible and listen to the experts. However, many of his followers were more focused on the adorable creatures he fed and hugged in both arms.
Perhaps as a gift to himself, Arnold recently introduced a new 103-pound member to his family. Dutch is a black and white dog who Arnold says is scared of Lulu, the donkey. Arnold is sure Dutch will come around eventually, though.