Levi has shared a lot of sweet sentiments about family since joining social media last year
Levi McConaughey took time to record a special shout-out to his mom.
On Sunday, the 15-year-old shared a video celebrating mom Camila Alves McConaughey on her 41st birthday.
“My mom is the bomb. For real," he began his post, referencing a time he posted the sentiment online as a child.
"I made that post when I was 6 and it still holds up," the proud son continued. “Love you so much and thank you for being the best mom that I could ask for, that we could ask for."
“Love you so so so much. Happy birthday and to many more,” the teen concluded the video, signing off the birthday tribute with a “ciao” and an air kiss.
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In November, the teen posted an equally touching tribute to his actor dad in honor of his birthday.
“People know Matthew McConaughey as an actor and now a writer, but I know him as my father,” he wrote, sharing a series of throwback photos of the duo together.
“The man who always makes time for us no matter what, the man who’s always there for us no matter what, and the man who taught me to appreciate the journey and not just the destination,” Levi continued. “The journeys just getting started…Happy birthday Papai.”
The actor, 54, recently appeared on an episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and revealed that he has to "prepare, party and reset" during the New Year thanks to all of the festive and birthday celebrations.
“The holidays were great; I mean, they're not really done. It doesn’t feel like,” McConaughey said. “So you got Christmas, you got New Year, everybody’s got that right?”
“But I’ve got a son [Livingston] with a birthday the 28th of December,” The Gentlemen star continued. "I’ve got a daughter with a birthday the 3rd [Jan], I’ve got a mother with a birthday the 7th [Jan].”
He then added that when his children were younger they were able to “Merge Christmas into the New Year’s birthdays” and it would be “all one big party.”
However, he revealed that his children no longer accept that arrangement! “They don’t play that game anymore," the actor laughed.
“You got to prep, you party, reset, party again,” McConaughey explained. “Prep, party, reset.”
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