Jamie Lynn Spears looked drop-dead gorgeous for her family Easter photos. The 29-year-old sister to pop princess Britney Spears took to Instagram over the weekend with a photo-heavy batch of images showing her with 11-year-old daughter Maddie, plus 2-year-old Ivey – the “Zoey 101” alum’s youngest girl just celebrated her birthday.
If you’ve missed it, Jamie Lynn has been hugely active on Instagram amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She nudged 38-year-old Britney in offering to pay for food and diapers – keep reading for more, plus Jamie Lynn’s stunning photos.
Jamie Lynn’s photos kicked off with the blonde posing under the arched stone doorway forming her home entrance. The new Netflix face was flaunting her famous legs in a cute, frill-sleeved mini dress in feminine buttercup-yellow, also rocking white sneakers.
Daughters Maddie and Ivey were twinning in salmon pink dresses, also holding tote bags with cute animal-print faces on them. The wreath door and Jesus statue gave a nod to Easter. Eventually seen in her backyard and backed by a pool, Jamie Lynn was also photographed closer up and smiling with her girls.
Jamie Lynn had kept her caption simple.
“HAPPY EASTER✝️???,” she wrote.
Alongside racking up over 64,000 likes, the update brought in a mega response from the star’s fans.
“Happy easter, god bless you ?,” one fan wrote.
“Happy Easter Jamie, May God bless you and your family ?????,” another said.
A comment did come in over youngest daughter Ivey being too young to comprehend the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Ivey’s eyes omg so cute❤️?. A blessing that little kids don’t understand that much what is going on in the whole world,” the user wrote.
Britney made global headlines last month for volunteering to pay for diapers and food amid the coronavirus crisis – “DM me,” the singer said as she told her Instagram followers she’d be taking up the #DoYourPart challenge. Britney had been tagged by Jamie Lynn, who has also partnered up with Doordash to deliver free meals.
Most appreciated seemed to be the chalk road signs Jamie Lynn and her daughters made to thank the frontline – healthcare workers personally thanked her for the heartfelt sign of gratitude.
Jamie Lynn’s recent 20th birthday was spent in quarantine. A simple, home-set video showing appreciation for the little things came with a lengthy caption.
“I think 29 will be the year that teaches me to get back to the basics of life, and to never outgrow the simple things. I’m very fortunate, but I’ve always felt fortunate, even when I didn’t have a bedroom, because I’ve always felt loved, even when it was hard to love eachother or when it was just plain hard for mom to pay the bills. So let’s all try and love eachother through these crappy times,” Jamie Lynn wrote.