Alyssa Milano had the best time sitting courtside with her family recently!
The PETA advocate, who has never hidden her love for her family, took things up a notch when she dropped multiple slides of her, her husband, David Bugliari, and their two children enjoying a baseball game from the sidelines. The sweet upload also came with a playful caption, which expectedly got her fans talking in the comment section.
Alyssa Milano Bonded With Her Family Over Their Love Of Baseball
Although it is no secret that Milano loves being a wife, mom, and baseball fanatic, she never misses the opportunity to flaunt it in people’s faces. The “Mistresses” star did it again after the Los Angeles Dodgers lost their game against the New York Yankees on Monday when she took to Instagram to post ten multimedia shots of her family enjoying the moment.
In the first image, the actress holds her daughter, Elizabella Dylan, as they donned their supportive Dodgers jerseys and dark sunglasses. A swipe to the left unveiled a short reel of her son Milo Thomas striking different poses by himself, with his dad, and later the entire clan, before a shot of Milano drinking from a beer can manifests in the third slide.
Stills of the “Melrose Place” actress posing with her son amongst the bleacher seats and then pulling both kids close for an intimate snap are also included in the post. Just before she rounded up a picture of Elizabeth taking a spot on her dad’s lap, the mother-of-two snuck a selfie video of herself and other Dodgers supporters at the game in the seventh slide. The Young Artist Awards winner wrote in the caption:
“Dodgers lost. But I won the day. #dodgers.”
Along with getting over 10k likes, the photos and clips quickly got fans talking in the comments, starting with this netizen that penned, “Nothing beats family fun! These pics are beautiful.” “I love all the photos! The video slays me & Bella’s expression is priceless,” a second fan gushed.
Agreeing with Milano’s caption, this person typed, “You’ve won the day with your family, and that’s the most important thing.” A fourth supporter chimed, “Awww… I love this so much!! Mucho Adorbs!!,” and a fifth claimed, “I love how you and your family connect through baseball.”
Unlike baseball, the actress shared that she did not want to connect with her children over the long-running series, “Charmed.” For unaware readers, the 50-year-old played the role of Phoebe Halliwell — one of the most powerful witches of all time — in the fantasy drama television series, which ran from 1998 until 2006, when it was canceled.
The beloved onscreen star disclosed that her children had yet to see the show, and she did not want them, especially her daughter, to ever see it. Clarifying the reason for that, she stated in a TikTok video:
“I kiss a lot of guys on ‘Charmed’ —so many guys that are not their dad.”
The Renowned Activist Likened Her Second Labor To Her Sexual Assault Experience
The Blast observed in 2021 that Milano had opened up about a traumatic life experience during an appearance on the “Me Becoming Mom” podcast. During her time there, she disclosed that she was unhappy with many people having free access to her vagina as she brought her son into the world.
She considered the experience triggering and “invasive” as it reminded her of the times she had been sexually assaulted. Furthermore, she stated that she had uncovered memories of being “held down” while things were done to her without her consent.
She had previously touched on the subject some years back when she took to Twitter to express, “I was sexually assaulted twice. Once when I was a teenager. I never filed a police report, and it took me 30 years to tell my parents.”
Some weeks after, she recounted how she had been suffocated and repeatedly punched in the vagina during a concert when she was 19. Milano revealed that she ultimately resolved to climb the stage to flee her predator after the security guards ignored her plea for help at the event.