Women make the world go ‘round and there’s no better way to pay homage than celebrating the one’s that bring us into this world. Celebrities took to Instagram to pay tribute to the women who shaped them growing up and those who currently raising their little ones. 

Here are some of the best celebrity Mother’s Day posts of 2021 that will have you laughing and ready to grab a tissue. 


Russell Wilson on Twitter: "Happy Mother's Day Queen @Ciara! You are truly  Heaven Sent! How you love, care, hold, protect, comfort, and so much more. We  Did Dat! And We Doin' it!

As always, the star’s husband Russell Wilson comes through with a heart-felt message. “You are truly Heaven Sent! How you love, care, hold, protect, comfort, and so much more. We Did Dat! And We Doin’ it!” he wrote. Relationship goals? I think so! 

Chrissy Teigen:

John Legend Honors Chrissy Teigen For Mother's Day: 'It's Been A Year That Tested  You In So Many Ways' | Access

Speaking of relationship goals, Chrissy Teign’s husband John Legend showered her with thoughtful words in a touching instagram post. “Happy Mother’s Day to my wonderful wife! It’s been a year that tested you in so many ways but you’ve come through stronger, wiser, happier and a better mother than ever. I’m so fortunate to have you as my partner, my inspiration and my best friend. I love you forever,” he wrote.

Mariah Carey:

Mariah Carey on Twitter: "All things are possible... Happy Mother's Day!!!  ❤️🦋 https://t.co/qhe33PsFrr" / Twitter

The ‘All I want for Christmas’ singer embraced her twins, Moroccan and Monroe’s sweet kisses. “All things are possible… Happy Mother’s Day!!!” Carey captioned the beach portrait.

Sonya Curry:

NBA star, Steph Curry showed love to his mother Sonya Curry . 

“I love you beyond words and thankful for the many prayers and coverings you have sent my way all my 33 years. I love you @sacurry22,” Curry wrote.

Gabrielle Union:

Gabrielle Union Shared the Cutest Mother's Day Photo With Kaavia

The Bring It On star, shared a warm message on her Instagram account. The post includes a collection of videos featuring her daughter, Kaavia. She wrote, “My journey to motherhood was long, arduous and at many times extremely painful. Mother’s Day will always be a challenging day to celebrate for me. I know I’m not alone in this feeling. For many reasons, so many of us have a rough time today and to these good people, I send all my love, light and compassion. To all the Moms, Stepmoms, Bonus Mom’s, Folks who Mother those that need it, Grandma’s, House Mothers, I celebrate you today and everyday. Be good to yourselves. 🖤🖤.”

Lala Anthony:

Actress and mother Lala Anthony paid tribute to the queen who molded her into the woman she is today. She wrote in a caption, “My safe place. My happy place. The place I still run to when I need laughs. When I need hugs. When I need you to tell me “it’s all going to be ok”. The place where I learned unconditional love. Mommy I love you & I have no idea what I would do without you.”

Vanessa Bryant:

Vanessa Bryant Receives Beautiful Roses From Daughters Natalia, Bianka And  Capri On Mother's Day - From The Stage

After losing her husband and basketball legend Kobe Bryant along with her second daughter Giana, Bryant still remained in good spirits thanking all of her beautiful children Natalie, Gianna, Bianka, and Capri for making her a mother. Her eldest daughter even lined up drinks and flowers for her as Kobe once did for Vanessa. How sweet!

Ciara and Russel Wilson supported her by gifting 10 dozen of roses! Check out the Instagram post.

Barack Obama:

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We can’t forget about our lovely 44. Barack Obama enlightened us on a loving post to his wonderful wife and former First Lady Michelle Obama. ”On this Mother’s Day, I want to thank Michelle for being such an incredible mom to our girls. And I hope you’ll take a moment to thank the women in your life who love you in that special way that mothers do: biological moms, adoptive moms, and foster moms; single moms, grandmoms and godmothers; aunts and mentors—all the people who come to mind when you think about Mother’s Day. Or take a moment, like I will, to remember the moms who raised and sustained us, and who we miss every day—no matter how long it’s been. All of these amazing people deserve our gratitude, today and every day.”

Wow! What a wonderful and loving holiday it was for many who honor their loved ones who are still here and those who aren’t.