Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham Are 'Thankful' as They Enjoy Thanksgiving with Their Kids

The Wahlbergs enjoyed a quiet Thanksgiving together

<p>Rhea Wahlberg/ Instagram</p> Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham with family.

Rhea Wahlberg/ Instagram

Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham with family.

Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham enjoyed Thanksgiving with all their children.

The actor, 52, and his wife celebrated the holiday with Grace, 13, Brendan, 15, Michael, 17, and Ella, 20, posing for a sweet family photo that Durham, 45, shared on Instagram

"🦃🍂 Thankful 💫🙏🏼✨🤎," she captioned the photo, where the family stands together with a stretch of blue sky in the window behind them.

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While chatting exclusively with PEOPLE ahead of F45's Wahlberg Week last month, the actor opened up about his family's recent move to Nevada.

"Everybody's adapted nicely. The kids are all out at school, and everybody's happy," Wahlberg said of his brood, which includes Durham and their four kids.

As for their plans for the upcoming holiday season, the actor said, "Well, I'm constantly busy and traveling, so I'm looking forward to getting home and spending some time with the family."

<p>Instagram/byrheawahlberg</p> Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham with their kids this summer


Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham with their kids this summer

In the spring, Wahlberg opened up about his decision to depart Los Angeles to put the children first, saying that the move was working well.

"They love Vegas," Wahlberg told E! News. "I spent lots of time in L.A. pursuing my interests and my career, and now it's time for them to pursue theirs."

He added: "Everybody is thriving there, it's been great."

Reiterating that the move was in an effort to "give my kids a better life and follow and pursue their dreams — whether it be my daughter as an equestrian, my son as a basketball player, my younger son as a golfer," Wahlberg told The Talk, "This made a lot more sense for us."

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