Christina Hendricks had reason to celebrate over the weekend as she marked her 46th birthday surrounded by her close friends.
The Good Girls star looked gorgeous wearing a long, printed, multi-coloured caftan as she posed with her "girl squad" for a smiley photo in a sprawling garden.
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Captioning her post, Christina wrote: "Birthday girl squad 2021. I’m so so lucky. I love you guys so much. Thank you for making everything so special every day of my life. #trashcans."
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The actress's famous friends and fans were quick to send their own celebratory messages, with Christina's former Mad Men co-star, January Jones, commenting: "Happy Birthday gorgeous!"
One fan wrote: "You all look incredible! Happy Birthday, Christina." Another added: "Gorgeous gals!!! You all look so stunning!! So happy to see you got to celebrate with your loved ones. Happy Birthday my angel."
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Christina looked gorgeous for her birthday celebrations
Fans were happy to see the smile back on Christina's face after she sparked concern just days before her special day by posting a teary-eyed bed selfie.
The star appeared to have been crying as she posed under a duvet with bloodshot eyes and a crestfallen expression on her face.
Even more concerning was her caption, which read: "Don’t let them gaslight you. Your feelings are real and you should be heard."
Christina caused concern with her cryptic post
Gaslighting is defined as "a form of psychological abuse where a person or group makes someone question their sanity, perception of reality, or memories".
Christina's followers were quick to express their worry and offer up words of support, with one commenting: "Sending warm thoughts and good vibes, you are strong and powerful."
A second wrote: "Christina who is gaslighting you I just wanna talk to them." A third added: "Nobody better be hurting this queen!" While a fourth said: "Hope you're okay, don't let them get you down."
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