The ‘Frida’ star is hoping to ski on vacation with her family.
Salma Hayek is struggling to find snow while on vacation with her family. But despite the weather, the actress seems to be having a great time, showing off her beautiful kids with a photo on Instagram.
In the new picture, Hayek sits on a ski lift with three of her four children, with a beautiful mountainous landscape visible outside the window behind them.
Hayek captioned the shot, “👀 for snow ❄️. Buscando nieve 🌨 ⛄️ ⛷ #snow.”
The Frida The actress smiled at the camera on a bench beside her 15-year-old daughter Valentinawhile her two stepsons, 24-year-old Francoisand 16-year-old Augustinesat across from them.
Hayek didn’t share where they are vacationing, but hopefully, they found some snow at the top of the ski lift, as her stepsons have their ski poles and helmets all ready to go in the photo.
“Looks like a beautiful day ❤️,” wrote one follower on Instagram, while many more were in awe of the view.
Along with Valentina, François, and Augustin, Hayek also has a stepdaughter, 21-year-old. Mathilde.
hayek’s husband, François-Henri Pinaultshares François and Mathilde with his first wife, Dorothée Leperewhile Augustin’s mother is the model Linda Evangelista.
The Puss in Boots: The Last Wish actress had Valentina at the age of 41, and she spoke with Red in 2017 about her kids, saying, “I always wanted to have a lot of children, and I was not able to. My body, as a miracle, had one. The huge blessing I’ve had is that my husband has three other children.So I have four.And they are all so different.”
In an interview with Vogue Mexico to accompany the mother-daughter photoshoot, Valentina touched on whether or not she’ll follow in her mother’s moviemaking footsteps.
Translated from Spanish, Valentina said, “I want different things, but I almost always move between four. I would like to be an actress and then a director because that is what makes sense in my head.”
She continued, “Also, I think it must be more difficult to be a director if you don’t have experience on the other side of the screen. That could help directing.”