Halle Berry shares rare photos of 15-year-old daughter Nahla

Halle Berry at the 2023 Vanity Fair Oscars after party in Los Angeles.
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  • Halle Berry rarely shares photos of her kids online, but she made an exception on Thursday.
  • The daughter of the Oscar winner, Nahla, turned 15 on Thursday.
  • Berry has said she doesn’t share pictures of her children’s faces for privacy and security reasons.

Halle Berry rarely posts pictures of her kids on social media, but the Oscar winner made an exception on Thursday.

Berry posted three photos of her daughter Nahla to Instagram in honor of her 15th birthday, including a black and white photo of Berry and Nahla cuddling and laughing. The old photo from Nahla’s childhood was placed in a picture frame with the text “Love You More” written on it.

“One of the greatest gifts the universe has given me is my daughter, Nahla,” Berry wrote in the caption. “She is the sun that never fades and the moon that never wanes! Please join me in wishing her a happy 15th birthday today! I love you sweet angel”

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Friends and fans, including Viola Davis and Julianne Moore, wished Nahla a happy birthday in the comments.

“Happiest Birthday Beautiful Nahla!!” Davis wrote.

“Happy Birthday Nahla!” Moore noted.

Berry shares Nahla with ex-partner Gabriel Aubry; she is also mother to 9-year-old Maceo, whom she shares with ex-husband Olivier Martinez.

Berry last shared a photo of Maceo in 2021 for his 8th birthday.

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“This little guy is 8 today!” she wrote in the caption. “Happy Birthday THUNDER!”

Berry has previously explained that she avoids showing her children’s faces on social media as a way to protect their privacy.

“I fought really hard to protect their privacy, and I just want them to have their life and it to be theirs,” the actor said. TOLD TODAY in May 2019, adding that it is also a “security issue”. “I just don’t want to paste them all over the internet. That just doesn’t feel right to me. They’re going to do that soon enough. That’s going to be their life when they grow up, and they’re going to choose when that starts.”

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