Michael J. Fox, 61, posted a candy birthday tribute for son Sam Fox on his thirty fourth birthday. The mi icon shared a photograph dump from the celebrations to Instagram earlier this week, together with one in all Sam blowing out candles on a chocolate cake and looking out similar to his dad. In others, the duo had been noticed in Vancouver, Canada — Michael’s hometown — as they loved the attractive surroundings together with oceans and the mountains. Michael additionally sweetly kissed his son Sam in a single picture.
“Happy Birthday to my big bouncing baby boy @palekidd you are the best. Proud to be your pops. Love you!” Michael wrote in his caption as he paid tribute to Sam, who he shares with spouse Tracy Pollan. The longtime couple, who tied the knot in 1988, are additionally dad and mom to Sam’s youthful siblings: twins Aquinnah Kathleen and Schuyler Frances, 27, and Esmé Annabelle, 21.
Sam’s mother Tracy additionally took to Instagram to want her son a cheerful birthday with a photograph of the 2 driving a horse. “Happy Birthday to the absolute best son ever! You fill my life with so much joy, humor, kindness, and random information that I never knew! I love you!” she exclaimed in her personal caption.
The birthday celebration comes amid Michael’s ongoing battle with Parkinson’s prognosis — which impacts his motor abilities and nervous system — which he just lately revealed has been progressing. “Yeah, I mean, I’m not gonna lie. It’s getting hard, it’s getting harder. It’s getting tougher. Every day it’s tougher. But that’s the way it is. I mean, you know, who do I see about that?” he stated on CBS Sunday Morning on April 30 as he promoted Nonetheless: A Michael J. Fox Film on Apple TV+.
In the identical interview, the Canadian-born star shared he didn’t imagine he would dwell to see his eightieth birthday. “All these subtle ways that gets you. … You don’t die from Parkinson’s. You die with Parkinson’s. So I’ve been thinking about the mortality of it. … I’m not gonna be 80. I’m not gonna be 80,” he stated to host Jane Pauley.