The former New York Giants defensive end offered a glimpse into his mother's festivities on Instagram
Michael Strahan is paying tribute to his mom on her birthday.
On Tuesday, the former New York Giants defensive end, 52, celebrated his mother Louise’s big day with a sweet Instagram post that offered a glimpse into her festivities.
“Happy birthday to my momma!! So much fun celebrating you! Momma got a spa day and a great meal!! Love you, Lou!! ❤️,” he captioned the post, which began with a video of himself and other loved ones singing happy birthday to Louise around a table as she was presented with a cake topped with six candles.
"That’s a German chocolate cake!” Louise noted of the sweet treat, which had been piped with the words ‘Happy Birthday Momma’ in chocolate.
The clip was followed by a smiling snap of Strahan and his mom posing with their arms around one another, as well as a shot of her gifts and flowers.
The Good Morning America co-host also shared a look at the tasty-looking food spread the group were tucking into for Louise’s birthday dinner.
It’s not the first time Strahan has paid tribute to his mother on her birthday. Last year, the TV personality also wished his “beautiful mom” a happy birthday on Instagram and shared a series of throwback snaps of the pair together, including from his time with the Giants.
"You have always been a steady rock full of love and hugs,” he wrote. “I’m the luckiest man alive to call you my mom and I hope you feel as much love as you give on your Birthday!! Love you, Lou!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️ P.s. next time, I’ll let you win at cards.”
Strahan's celebrations for his mother come after his daughter Isabella tearfully marked her last day of radiation therapy after being diagnosed with a brain tumor at the base of her skull in October.
On Tuesday, the student and model, 19, shared the third installment of her YouTube series about her health journey including the conclusion of her radiation. “I’m very excited to finally be done," she said in a clip.
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“It’s been a long six weeks and I’m very happy to finally heal my head after all of this because the side effects and everything get to you,” she continued.
In the emotional video, Isabella documented her final day of radiation at the New York Proton Center and could be seen ringing the end-of-treatment bell as family and staff members clapped and cheered.
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