Joanna Gaines Goes Ghost-Busting on Halloween as She Celebrates with 5-Year-Old Son Crew

Joanna shares her five kids — Crew, 5, Emmie, 13, Duke, 15, Ella, 16, and Drake, 18 — with husband Chip Gaines

<p>Joanna Gaines/Instagram</p>

Joanna Gaines/Instagram

Joanna Gaines is getting into some ghost-busting this Halloween!

The HGTV star celebrated Halloween with her son Crew, 5, as she was chased around the Magnolia headquarters. Joanna, who wore a Ghostbusters costume, ran around the building chasing Crew, who wore a ghost costume, in a video shared to her Instagram.

Halfway through the video, the tables turn and Joanna is then chased by the ghost, who ends up tripping and falling, losing his pants.

"No 👻 was harmed in the making of this video," she joked in her caption.

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Related: Joanna Gaines Shares Sweet Scenes from Family's Fourth of July Fishing Trip

Joanna shares her five kids — Crew, Emmie, 13, Duke, 15, Ella, 16, and Drake, 18 — with husband Chip Gaines.

This past summer, the Magnolia Network star, 45, shared a sweet video on her Instagram that showed her family enjoying the Fourth of July. In the video, Joanna's family fished off the side of a boat and raced on jet skis as they celebrated the national holiday.

"Catching what we can and chasing the sun home ... Happy 4th 🇺🇸," she captioned the video.

In April, Joanna shared photos of her family vacation to South Korea. Posting an Instagram Reel, the Magnolia mogul's older set of kids are pictured with their cousins, enjoying cafés and shopping as they explored Seoul, where Joanna's mom was born and raised.

"These little quarter-Korean kids love all the Korean soups. My mom fed this to them when they were babies so they are familiar w all the flavors," Joanna noted in a photo where Crew happily enjoyed a bowl of soup.

"For years, my mother has talked about taking her three daughters to Seoul, Korea when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom. And for years, that's all it was—a dream we'd talk about in that 'maybe, someday' way we all do when something feels just a little out of reach."

"But this year, we decided to finally book it, and we convinced 24 members of our family to come with us to visit the place where my mom grew up," the Fixer Upper: Welcome Home star wrote in the caption.

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