A White Christmas for Mariah Carey, Her Twins and Boyfriend James Packer in Aspen
Dec 22, 2015 02:00 PM EST | By Pao Uychiat
Christmas is indeed the most wonderful time of the year. Even celebrities are enjoying this time with their family and friends. They even shared their wonderful moments on their social media accounts. One of them is multi-awarded singer, Mariah Carey. An article in Hello said that she was enjoying her Christmas countdown in the cold winter air in Aspen together with her twins and her boyfriend, James Packer. The singer was enjoyed this annual festive break surrounded by her loved ones.
They spent their time playing and having snowball fights in the snowy setting. It sure is going to be a white Christmas for the family. The singer shared some of these moments on her Instagram account. In one of the photos, Mariah is seen playing with in the snow yet looking glamorous as ever with her khaki snowsuit and Dior snow boots and sunglasses.
Another photo shows her four year old twins along with her while they were engaged in a snowball fight. She even captioned the photo, "I got u mommy." They were also seen decorating gingerbread men with her children. The trio looked intensely happy as they sat at a dining table with icing and sweets. The photo was captioned "#CountdownToChristmas #GingerbreadCreations #FamilyFunTime #MerryChristmas".
The singer spent some quality time with her beau, James. The two lovebirds have been together for six months. They two explored Colorado town together. They were also spotted in the VIP section at the World Snow Polo Championship in Aspen where the two were seen holding hands and cozied up together while watching the event. The fun family holiday came after she said that she is excited this Christmas as her twins are finally old enough to enjoy the holidays.
Mariah said on her interview with Ross King of ITV's Lorraine, "Christmas is the best time of the year for me. Even better with having the twins, absolutely, couldn't be better. [I'm] so excited to have Christmas this year, they really finally understand a little bit more about the holiday. I'm like finally! They're only four."