The Harvey’s Travel Big And In Style For A Non-Traditional Thanksgiving
By: Brianna Wigfall
We all know the Harvey’s travel to breathtaking countries and do it all in style. This Thanksgiving they decided to go the non-traditional route and celebrate with family in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Although the entire family wasn’t in attendance, they had their daughter Lori and son Wynton there to give thanks.
Marjorie and family enjoyed the annual Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race. Of course, Marjorie went in style in an all white blouse and pant with a colorful turban as she congratulated Lewis Hamilton on winning the Grand Prix race.
Instead of partaking in the usual black Friday festivities, the fashionista stepped out in an all-black ensemble from head to toe.
It looks like the Harvey’s had a blast traveling and being with the ones they love most. An even more non-traditional Thanksgiving celebration took place with the Ross family. Diana Ross and her family sported all white at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City this year.
‘Blackish’ star Tracee Ellis Ross shared great snapshots of her mother and family during the parade on Instagram and shared to the world the joys of being in the Ross family.
“I love my family; I love being with everyone so much. We have so much fun, and no one shies away from a good “moment.” But the biggest shout out of all always goes to my mom for always thinking of everybody, including everybody, and making sure that we’re all comfortable and happy. Thank you, Diana Ross, for teaching me the meaning of family and that love is an action. So many giggles, thank you, Macy’s for another great parade,” she wrote.
Jennifer Lopez brought in Thanksgiving in bed with her children and husband, Alex Rodriguez. “Thankful for mornings like this with the ones I love most. I am truly blessed. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and your families,” Rodriguez wrote in the post on Instagram.
Justin Beiber and Hailey Bieber spend the holidays together with family, something Justin says hasn’t been done in a long time. Now a married man and having faith in his life he says things have changed for the better this holiday season.
“Happy late Thanksgiving to everyone,” he wrote on Instagram. “First Thanksgiving as a married man, first time hosting Thanksgiving. First time both sides of the family have come together. Relationships are hard, and love isn’t always easy but thank you, Jesus, for showing me how! Every day is a learning process, trying to be more like him, patient, kind, selfless, boy I got a long way! But gods grace is sufficient!”
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