Julia Louis-Dreyfus posted a sweet pic of her and her husband under the mistletoe


Everyone knows that it’s a tradition to kiss beneath the mistletoe if you happen to find yourself there during the holiday season.

And that’s precisely what Julia Louis-Dreyfus and her husband, Brad Hall, did. The actress posted a snap of a sweet moment the couple shared together on Christmas Eve to her personal Instagram account. Cue the “awws!”

The photo was captioned, “Our pal, @stevenrstroud captured this #mistletoe moment on Xmas eve. #love #myhero.”


The actress is currently battling breast cancer, and her actor-director-producer husband has been by her side every step of the way, which is likely the inspiration behind that “#myhero” comment.

After her diagnosis in September, the actress has kept fans apprised of her progress, posting about the time she’s spent with family, undergone treatments and more.

From these posts, people can see that her husband isn’t her only support system. She also has two sons—plus the many fans who are cheering her on!

Her eldest son, Henry, posted to Instagram to share his gratitude for all of the support his mom has been receiving.


Meanwhile, her youngest son, Charlie, who plays for Northwestern University’s basketball team, had his team show his mom some love on Twitter.

Louis-Dreyfus and Hall are also Northwestern alums.


As for the countless fans who’ve shown their support online, fellow survivors are sending encouraging messages:

And fans are wishing her and her family all the best:

When Louis-Dreyfus first posted about her initial diagnosis on Instagram, she wrote, “1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I am the one.”


Even former-Vice President Joe Biden tweeted his support to her in a cute post that spoke to her award-winning role on the TV show “Veep.”

The battle since has been filled with many precious moments, like that kiss she shared with her husband under the mistletoe. For example, on Thanksgiving, she posted about the trip her and her husband were taking down memory lane:


But there have also been moments when she’s been open about ugly medical realities. For example, she’s posted about her blood transfusions:


Still, all the while, she’s maintained a sense of humor and a positive spirit about the process. Which is precisely the kind of attitude the actress has become loved for over the years. We wish her and her family all the best during her fight.

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