Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka’s twins, Harper and Gideon, are two of the most popular celebrity babies just going by their presence on social media. The How I Met Your Mother star has kept fans up to date by posting photos and videos of the adorable twins.
For instance, Neil and David’ ALS bucket challenge was one of the most popular searched items because it featured their twins excitedly waiting on their stoop. As a family, they’re very accessible to fans, and now, Neil Patrick Harris has upped the ante on the adorable factor by posting a video of Harper and Gideon singing “Jingle Bells.”
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Naturally, the family who plans elaborate Halloween costumes together also sings holiday songs and decorates the tree together. Neil Patrick Harris captured the precious moment, and decided to share the video on Instagram.
“Yay! [David Burtka] is back home, and the family all together! Time to trim us a tree! #trim #carols #JingleFeels.”
During their festive time, the 4-year-old twins showed off their holiday looks, with Gideon wearing an Olaf sweater from Frozen and Harper sporting a striped red onesie.
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Here’s the twins during a previous year.
As for Burtka, he was busy up until then shooting his scenes for American Horror Story: Freak Show. When he wrapped, the actor and husband of Harris tweeted to his fans.
“Just wrapped my final day on [American Horror Story: Freak Show]. What a dream job! Awesome crew and watching Jessica Lange work is pure magic! #solucky.”
As the Inquisitr reported, Neil and David joined American Horror Story: Freak Show for an interesting arc. Harris played a “chameleon salesman,” and Burtka had a “sexy storyline” which involved Jessica Lange.
This has been a long time coming for the duo, as they were scheduled to be a part of the first season. However, they backed out due to already having played similar roles. Earlier in the year, Harris wrote creator Ryan Murphy a letter asking if he could be involved, and Murphy obliged.