On Mother’s Day, a number of celebrity exes reunited to show their kids what family is all about.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon, for instance, got together with Dem babies for a special early Mother’s Day meal. In an adorable Instagram snap of the whole family, Cannon wrote: “A little dinner after Karate Class!!”
Carey and Cannon announced their split in 2014 after six years of marriage. Despite this, the two have remained on good terms and made it clear that co-parenting their five-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, comes first.
In 2015, Cannon opened up on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” about how his kids are his and his ex-wife’s “number one priority.”
“It’s all about unconditional love,” he said. “And knowing because they were so young, this is what they know: They know Mommy and Daddy still love each other, but more importantly they love us.”
Drew Barrymore and her ex Will Kopelman also got together (sort of) over the weekend to celebrate Mother’s Day. The couple, who called it quits in February, has two young daughters: Olive, 3 and Frankie, 2.
On Sunday, Barrymore spent the day with Kopelman’s mother, Coco, and his sister, Jill Kargman, for a Mother’s Day buffet. Kopelman, however, was not shown in the photos.
And finally, exes Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck took Mother’s Day to a whole new level when they took their kids on a weekend trip to Paris. Garner and Affleck are parents to 10-year-old Violet, seven-year-old Seraphina and four-year-old Samuel.
A source told Us Weekly, “They were acting like a normal family, but I don’t think there was any romance between Ben and Jennifer. They were just acting like great parents. The kids were really happy!”
The couple announced their divorce in June 2015 after 10 years together. Despite this, the two released a statement saying that they are committed to their kids. “We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parenting our children,” their statement read.
Since then, the couple has proven this, as evidenced by their recent trip to France. Now that’s #CoParentingGoals at its finest.
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