Easter really is a wonderful time of the year, unless you never quite recovered from the first time you watched Donnie Darko. But for most, spring is (almost) here, families are united and mass amounts of chocolate are consumed. Even some celebrities celebrate Easter like normal people, while others… well, they do rich people things. Here’s how various celebrities spent their Easter weekend.
On this episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kanye and Tyga dress up as bunnies and dance for children. The jokes really write themselves.
Bury them like Beckham? Becks and company opted for the traditional Easter egg hunt, complete with a glass of wine. English people are just too classy.
Only a week into her Instagram career, Pink has already perfected the family holiday picture.
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Xander Cage the Easter bunny. Nina Dobrev and Ruby Rose seen here, clearly in character for the upcoming Vin Diesel flick.
Russell Wilson and Ciara celebrate getting engaged (and Easter) the only way you should—by going to Disneyland.
Oprah doing Oprah things. Being rich and skiing and whatnot. Nothing more to really say about this one.
Reese Witherspoon proving there’s never a bad time of the year for shameless self-promotion. The link to her dress by her clothing line is in her bio.
Shoutout to Joe Jonas for writing this caption for us. #Easterbytheocean.
Is that your Easter picture or your girl’s Easter picture? Oh right, it actually is Nicki’s picture. Moral of the story is: Meek is never safe from the jokes. Not even on Easter.
And here, we see a wild Ashley Benson sitting on what appears to be a couch, channeling her inner normal person on Easter. Side note: this picture may or may not have been taken with a toaster.
D-Wade and Gabrielle Union on a boating adventure. For when Cadbury Creme Eggs just aren’t doing it for you anymore.
Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg) having a very super Easter.
Diddy, Nas and Snoop serving us squad goals.
On second thought, maybe this is #SquadGoals. The Obamas being perfect, as usual.