Molly Sims Celebrates Easter with Husband Scott and All Three Kids: 'My Favorite Bunnies'

The entrepreneur is mom to kids Grey, 7, Scarlett, 9, and Brooks, 11

<p>Molly Sims/Instagram</p> Molly Sims Easter photo

Molly Sims/Instagram

Molly Sims Easter photo

Molly Sims is sharing some special memories with her family this Easter.

On Sunday, the Yse Beauty entrepreneur, 50, celebrated the Spring holiday alongside her husband Scott Stuber, 55, and their three kids, Grey Douglas, 7, Scarlett May, 9, and Brooks Alan, 11.

In photos shared to her Instagram, Sims posed with her husband and their three kids, wearing matching dresses with her daughter Scarlett. Brooks wore a pink checkered shirt and stood in the middle, standing next to brother Grey, who wore an all-white outfit.

The mom of three also included scenes from throughout the day, where her kids went on an Easter egg hunt and found silver and gold eggs. "My favorite bunnies 🌷🐰🌸," she wrote in her caption.

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Sims' kids aren't newbies when it comes to getting their picture taken. In December 2023, the proud mom took to Instagram to share what happened behind the scenes when she tried to get her kids to take a family photo.

In a video shared to her feed, Sims captured her kids running around, messing with each other, and making faces as she and her husband tried to get a decent photograph.

"If you hit one another one more time," she can be heard warning her kids, who went on to throw, climb, and have a good time, much to her distress.

"Happy Holidays from the Stubers ❤️🎄🫠," she captioned the shot, adding, "PS. Since when was Ruby my problem child?" referring to one of the family's dogs.

Last year, Sims talked to PEOPLE about her foray into beauty and skincare and shared how her late mother's influence and support served as a guiding light to her.

"I have had very pivotal moments in life. Mean girls in high school and in college. And when I started modeling, people who told me I would never do anything. Never be on the cover of French Vogue. Never going to do Sports Illustrated. Never going to walk the runway," she told PEOPLE.

"My mom was really great at saying, 'You can do and be anything.' So I dug deep. A lot of people have doubted me," Sims added. "The more you doubt me, boom, watch out. And I might fall off every day. But who cares? I think if I can say to women or to men one thing, it's: you got this. Let's go!"

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