Michael J. Fox isn't shy about posting images of his family to Instagram, but it's not all that often that the family is all together. On May 8, Michael and his wife Tracy Pollan were together again with their four children — Sam, 32, twins Aquinnah and Schuyler, 27, and Esmé, 20.
"Our children are beautiful, sensitive, intelligent, empathetic, independent, compassionate, adventurous, lovely people," the legendary actor penned, then joked to his wife, "That's your fault. We all love you so much. Happy Mother's Day."
Michael, Tracy and the kids try to get together as much as possible. Typically, Tracy will document the family reunions on Instagram, having done so in October 2021 when they got together for the 20th anniversary of the Michael J. Fox Foundation.
Prior to that, the Foxes hadn't been together (at least online) since summer 2021.
Michael and Tracy's kids have only really known the "Back To The Future" star during his battle with Parkinson's, as he was just 29 when he got his diagnosis.
"It was shocking when I was diagnosed. I was diagnosed completely out of the blue, unexpectedly," he told NPR in 2020. "I thought I had a sports injury, and I saw a neurologist at the recommendation of my physical therapist. And he very quickly and without much emotion pronounced I had Parkinson's and that I would – not to worry, I'd still be able to work for about 10 more years. And I was just – you said I was 29, so that was pretty shocking."
Michael's eldest son, though, never really focused on his dad's limitations.
"Growing up, it wasn't Dad who has Parkinson's disease. Dad was just Dad," he told the Michael J. Fox Foundation.