Celine Dion shared a rare glimpse into her three sons Rene-Charles, 21, and 11-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson on Instagram on Sunday to mark Mother’s Day.
On Instagram, the 54-year-old, who shared the trio with her late husband Rene Angelil, posted a sweet clip with a heartfelt message dedicated to ‘brave’ mothers in war-torn Ukraine.
She wrote: On Mother’s Day, I feel very happy to be with my children and think of mothers in Ukraine and around the world who have lost their children …
Family: Celine Dion, 45, shared a rare glimpse of her twin sons (LR) Eddy, Nelson, 11, and Rene-Charles, 21, on Mother’s Day Sunday as she paid tribute to those in Ukraine
Love: Celine shared a few shocking words with a picture of her beloved boys
“And for those mothers who are constantly worried about how to protect their children … and for those mothers who dedicate every bit of their energy just to provide their children with the most necessary necessities of life.”
In the photo, Celine posed without makeup with her children as they celebrated the day with a candlelit cake.
The French-Canadian star cut her casual figure in an oversized gray sweater, and her blue hair scraped her beautiful face.
Rene’s eldest son, whom Celine hugged in the video, opted for a dark blue Montreal sweater that fitted him with a silver necklace and a black baseball cap.
11-year-old Eddy wore a gray T-shirt with the words Bronx and New York, while shining behind glasses with a transparent frame.
As the twin brother Nelson crouched behind his mother in a similar cannon, his dark hair fell loosely over his shoulders.
RIP: The star shared a trio with her late husband Rene Angelil, who passed away in 2016 (pictured together in 2003)
Celine also wrote: ‘These mothers are truly the brave ones and I dedicate this Mother’s Day to all of them. We pray that they find peace and comfort for their families – Celine xx ‘.
The star ended her heart message with an emoji with a black heart before re-publishing the same words in her native French.
That comes after Celine announced last month that she would once again postpone her European tour in tears on Instagram.
Scheduled again: this comes after Celine announced she would postpone her European tour again due to ‘muscle cramps’ in a tearful Instagram video
This was revealed by the Grammy Award winner she is ‘still experiencing some cramps’ and wants to be in ‘top shape’ when on stage.
Canadian Superstar Tour, Courage, it began in September 2019, but in January 2022 canceled the remaining performances in North America citing ‘severe and persistent muscle cramps that prevent it from performing’.
‘Well, here we are again, and I’m so sorry we have to change our plans for touring Europe once again,’ she said at the beginning of the video.
“First we had to postpone performances due to the pandemic, now we are postponing some performances due to health problems. And, unfortunately, we have to cancel some of them. ‘
The superstar continued to give her fans quick information about her health, saying that despite feeling better, her progress is taking longer than expected.
‘The good news is that I’m doing a little better … but it’s going very slowly. And that is very frustrating to me. You know I’m being treated by my doctors, I’m taking medication, but I’m still alone I feel some cramps and it takes me much longer to recover than I had hoped. ‘
‘I have to be in top form when I’m on stage. Honestly, I can’t wait, but I’m just not there yet. Just to tell you how I feel, ‘she said as her voice cracked.
‘And I wanted you to know that I was sorry for this news. I know you’ve all been waiting so long for concerts and I appreciate your loyalty. ‘
‘So far, I’m convinced you need all this so much. And wait so long. But all I can say is that I am doing my best to get back to the level I need to be, so that I can give 100% on my performances, because that is what you deserve, ‘she continued.
‘And thank you so much for the messages of love and support you always send to my social networks. That means a lot to me. ‘
The blonde beauty ended her video with a message of support for the people of Ukraine.
“I also want to say that, like all of you, I stand by the people of Ukraine and I hope and pray that this war will end soon. I send you all my love and prayers for peace. I hope to see you soon. Until then, take care, okay? I love you very much.’
Celine’s tour was supposed to start in May 2022, but the shows have now been postponed to February 2023.
Top form type: Grammy winner reveals she ‘still has cramps’ and wants to be in ‘top form’ when on stage