Celine Dion shares rare family photo amid ongoing health issues

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  • Celine Dion shared a rare family photo of her three sons.
  • The last time she shared an updated photo of her three boys was on Mother's Day in 2021.
  • The family post comes after she was forced to postpone her European tour dates due to health issues.


Celine Dion is showing off her family.

The My Heart Will Go On singer marked Mother's Day on Sunday with a rare family photo of her three sons - René-Charles, 21, and 11-year-old twins Nelson and Eddy.

In the caption, Dion paid a special tribute to "mothers in Ukraine and around the world who have lost their children… and for those mothers who constantly worry about how to keep their children safe... and for those mothers who devote every ounce of their energy just to provide their children with the bare necessities of life."

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Dion rarely shares photos of her kids – whose dad was Dion's husband, late music producer René Angélil – on social media.

The last time she shared an updated photo of her three boys was on Mother's Day in 2021. Before that, she shared a family photo ahead of the 2020 Christmas holidays.

SEE HOW HER BOYS HAVE GROWN UP HERE:

Celine's recent post also shows an update on her well-being after she was forced to postpone her European tour for a second time due to health issues.

In a video shared on Instagram last month, the singer revealed that while she is "doing a little bit better," she is still experiencing "spasms" and that it is taking "a lot longer" for her to recover.

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