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Thanksgiving has arrived once again and there is no doubt that Hollywood stars are celebrating the holiday.

It’s not uncommon for stars to share their celebrations on social media, giving fans a glimpse of their holiday.


Some have even been known to host elegant soirées filled with other celebrity guests.

As celebs get back on track after the last holiday season, which was derailed by the coronavirus pandemic, here’s a look at how some of Hollywood’s biggest names have celebrated Thanksgiving over the years.

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Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston is known to indulge in star-studded celebrations for Thanksgiving every year.

In 2019, the “Friends” star reunited with ex-husband Justin Theroux for the holiday.

The actors weren’t the only stars at the ceremony. Courteney Cox, Will Arnett, Jason Bateman and Jimmy Kimmel also appeared in a photo shared by Theroux on Instagram at the time.

“So grateful for these friends and these nights out,” Theroux wrote at the time.

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari celebrated Thanksgiving together after splitting.

Despite separating in 2020, Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler have spent Thanksgiving with each other and their children.

Last year, the “Hills” alum told Us Weekly that she planned to vacation with the former football star and their 9-year-olds, Camden; Jackson, 7; and Saylor, 5.

“I’m glad we’re able to spend this together and have these conversations, even when we’re in the middle of getting a divorce,” he said at the time, “So, I’m grateful for where we are at the moment.”

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This year both are celebrating holidays together again.

“For me, it’s about putting the kids first,” explained Cavallari Outlet. “Kids are the only thing that matters and what’s best for them. I see it that way. You have to make the most of it. … Luckily, we’re able to spend it together, and I really I am grateful for that.”

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger have celebrated Thanksgiving with their family, which includes brother Patrick Schwarzenegger and mother Maria Shriver.

Chris Pratt married Katherine Schwarzenegger in the summer of 2019 when they married into a star-studded family. He spends time with his family on Thanksgiving.

In 2019, Schwarzenegger’s brother, actor Patrick Schwarzenegger, told Entertainment Tonight about his family’s Thanksgiving traditions, which include, for him, gorging on desserts with Pratt.

“Me and Chris go to it in desserts. He’s a foodie,” said Patrick at the time. “We both have a sweet tooth.”

Patrick reveals that his mother, Maria Shriver, hosts a dinner that includes himself, Pratt, Katherine, and their siblings, Christina and Chris.

Their celebration usually includes playing football in the afternoon before watching an NFL game on television.

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez previously celebrated Thanksgiving with her ex-fiancé Alex Rodriguez and their children.

Before ending her relationship with Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez used to celebrate Thanksgiving with him as a blended family.

In 2019, the actress shared a few pictures from their celebration, revealing that she and the baseball great spent time with their kids for the holiday.

“Very grateful today and every day!” He captioned the post, “Blessings… Best wishes to all!!”

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JLo was recently seen touching up with her new boyfriend Ben Affleck before a vacation in Los Angeles. However, it is not clear whether the pair will be celebrating Thanksgiving together.

Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon had a low-key Thanksgiving at home with her family in 2020.

Movie star Reese Witherspoon also celebrated a holiday in 2020 with her family.

She shared a photo of herself, husband Jim Toth, and their three children – Ava, now 22; Deacon, now 18; And Tennessee, now 9 – standing around his desk.

“Happy Thanksgiving to you from our family,” The star’s caption said, “Feeling so grateful to all the frontline workers, medical workers and people caring for others today. And I’m so grateful to all of you! Sending my love.”