Sara Haines of 'The View' Is All Smiles with Her Children and Husband in This Cute Photo
TV host Sara Haines and her family looked picture-perfect in a recent snapshot she shared on social media where they were photographed basking in a sweet moment.
It was all laughter and delight in the heartwarming family portrait "The View" host Sara Haines shared on Instagram. The photo had Haines and her spouse, Max Shifrin, enjoying playtime with their kids.
The couple was photographed indoors, sitting on the floor of their home. The TV personality had a big smile on her face that matched her loved ones' faces.
While the star mom held on to two of her kids, Shifrin had the third child in his arms, tickling the toddler and causing him and Haines to laugh. The "The View" star shared in her caption:
"The Shiftins (...and a Haines). Present and Hopeful."
Shifrin, an attorney, and Haines have been married since 2014, and since then, they have welcomed three kids, Caleb Joseph, Sandra Grace, and Alec Richard. Back in 2019, the star mom gave updates on being a working mom.
At the time, Haines, 43, was still running her stint on "Strahan, Sara, & Keke." The star admitted to the sometimes chaotic moments in parenthood while adding that she and Shifrin make sure to pause and take a breath.
Haines noted that presently she and her Max were ready to put a hold on having kids.
Last September, Haines, who worked as a panelist on "The View" from 2016 to 2018, returned to the show and did not hold back her excitement about being back.
While speaking about her return, Haines gushed about growing up watching the ABC-aired show and different phenomenal women giving their opinions on sensitive and pressing issues. Since the pandemic broke out, the host has filmed "The View" from home.
Last December, the showbiz star had an interactive session with her fans on Instagram where she talked about surviving the pandemic, working from home, and catering for her kids.
The 43-year-old started with a fan who asked how she manages three kids. The celebrity noted that juggling motherhood and work meant keeping her kids alive.
She went on to discuss why she and her spouse expanded her family in a short while. Haines shared that she and Shifrin wanted more kids and had to grow the family quickly because of her age.
Haines noted that presently she and her Shifrin were ready to hold on having kids, and the attorney was even considering undergoing a vasectomy.