Zoe Saldana steals hearts with pictures of husband and 3-year-old twins on family vacation
Zoe Saldana might be a famous movie star, but she makes sure to do touristy things like any other normal person does when she gets the chance. Recently, she shared heartwarming photos of her family's trip to Japan a while back, which showcased the authenticity of her family.
With her latest Marvel movies being blockbuster hits, one would think Zoe Saldana would not be able to walk Tokyo's streets unnoticed. However, her previous trip with her family shows celebrities can enjoy taking trips without having to disguise themselves and just enjoy the views, the culture, and the company they are in.
On Instagram, Saldana reminisced about a particular trip that her family took to Tokyo, Japan. In the photo carousel, numerous photos of Zoe, her husband, and children enjoying themselves could be seen.
The front cover of the set has Zoe kneeling in front of Japanese traditional dresses as she looked away from the camera. It is followed by a candid photo of their entire family walking along a Japanese street wearing matching black outfits. The "Avengers: Infinity War" actress also shared a sneakpeek of their luxurious business class seats, her children's immersion with Japanese culture, and her street adventures with husband Marco Perego.
In the photos, it is visibly seen that they only had two children during their time of travel, and their youngest son Zen Anton Hilario was not yet born. According to People Magazine, the couple share 3-year-old twins Cy Aridio and Bowie Ezio, who share a connection so strong, their parents need tor remind them not to forget about including their little brother in their day-to-day activities.
"We're in a constant "Groundhog day" where we're repeating the same messages of compassion: 'Don't forget about little brother!'. I mean, he's not a pushover, so that's a good thing. But it's really hard to be the little brother to two twin older brothers."
The US-born Puerto Rican and Dominican actress married her Italian husband in 2013, and has been sharing the importance of teaching each of their diverse cultures to their children. At such young ages, their children understand English, Italian, and Spanish, and can converse in each language depending on whom they are speaking with.