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Hilary Duff’s daughter Banks gets dirt on her face in adorable Thanksgiving snap


Hilary celebrated Thanksgiving with her family (Picture: NBCU Photobank/Getty Images)

Hilary Duff made sure to spend some quality family time as she celebrated Thanksgiving – and it looks like one family member was enjoying eating something that is not considered edible.

Her youngest daughter, Banks, 13 months, thought it was funny to eat some dirt rather than turkey – which is what most Americans eat at the dinner table for Thanksgiving.

Taking to Instagram, Hilary shared an adorable picture of her alongside partner Matthew Koma, and her oldest kid, seven-year-old Luca – and of course, Banks, with dirt all over her face.

‘HAPPY THANKSGIVING,’ she wrote. ‘Banks just ate dirt.’

As you do.

‘Banks you ate better than me today!!!!’ one fan wrote in the comments.

‘All that good food and you eat dirt, Banks, LOL,’ another added.

‘Banks is my spirit animal,’ another fan commented.

Adorable (Picture: Instagram)

And one fan actually thought that the dirt on Banks’ face was a speck of dirt on their phone screen.

‘I kept trying to wipe my screen thinking it had something on it,’ they wrote.

‘But then I read your caption, Banks is building up her immune system.’

Hilary is no stranger to sharing the love and appreciation she has for her kids on social media – and more recently, she found herself struggling to help Luca with his school homework – as she claimed she left ‘real’ school in the third grade.

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Taking to Instagram, she shared a selfie of her and Luca at the table while in the middle of hitting the books.

‘This guy with his spirit and kindness. Homework is already no joke in 2nd grade,’ she wrote.

‘I stopped going to ‘real’ school in 3rd grade so I’m actually doomed…I am left scratching my head all the time looking at his homework and I’m terrified for next year!’

In the meantime, the 32-year-old has been currently busy filming for the upcoming Lizzie McGuire revival – and her co-star Adam Lamberg, who played David ‘Gordo’ Gordin, will also be making a return.



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