Notoriously private mom Halle Berry invited her 8.2 million Instagram followers to wish her daughter, Nahla, a happy 15th birthday.
“One of the greatest gifts the universe has given me is my daughter, Nahla,” Berry captioned a three-slide carousel on Thursday that showed only glimpses of her eldest child.
“She is the sun that never fades and the moon that never wanes!” the actress, 56, gushed. “Please join me in wishing her a happy 15th Birthday today! I love you sweet angel 👼🏽.”
The first photo of the post was of a frame that read, “I love you more.” Inside the frame was a black-and-white photo of the “Monster’s Ball” star and her curly-haired cutie from years ago.
The second image featured an older Nahla wearing a green shirt and denim shorts, lying on an ocean-facing hammock with her back to the camera.
The final shot showed the present-day pre-teen wearing a button-down flannel while sitting on a couch with her legs crossed, covering her face with a newsboy cap.
Berry shares Nahla with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry, while she co-parents son Maceo, 9, with her third husband, Olivier Martinez.
The Oscar winner — who referred to her current partner, Van Hunt, as “the love of [her] life” in December 2021 — discussed the dynamics of her blended family in an interview with AARP the following month.
“Now, in my 50s, I’ve got my babies, my career, and finally have love in a real, meaningful way,” “Catwoman” star marveled during the chat. “For the first time in my life, everything is firing on all cylinders.”
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Referring to Hunt, 53, as her “person,” Berry revealed that her son had recently done “this little commitment ceremony” for the couple — unprovoked — in the back seat of their car.
“I think he finally sees me happy, and it’s infectious. It was his way of saying, ‘This is good. This makes me happy,’” she shared.
“It was a very real moment for all of us,” the movie star went on, admitting that she “teared up” while her musician beau was busy “fighting” the urge.
“Even Maceo knew he’d said something poignant,” the “Bruised” director said.
“I have two children. Van has a son. As a mom living this modern, blended family, all I care about is that my kids are OK with my decisions.”