Molly Ringwald 14-year-old twins are now taller than her – rare pictures of her and the kids

Molly Ringwald is a household name, especially for those who grew up in the 1980s. As the most popular actress of that decade, she graced the screen in numerous iconic films that have left an indelible mark on pop culture.

While Ringwald typically keeps her personal life private, especially when it comes to her children, she seems to be sharing more about them lately. Recently, she provided a glimpse into the lives of her twins.

The star of the beloved movie “The Breakfast Club” took to social media to share a photo of herself with her teenage twins, Toman and Adele. The image captured a moment in a limousine as they made their way to the Miami Film Festival.

In the photo, the 56-year-old actress could be seen smiling warmly, seated at a cream-colored desk with gold accents, reaching out to affectionately touch her son’s chin.

The post garnered much love and admiration from fans, with comments pouring in about the family’s fantastic appearance and the evident bond between mother and children.

Later, they graced the red carpet together, where Ringwald was honored with the Variety Creative Vanguard Award. Known for her discretion regarding her children, Ringwald made headlines when she shared the story of her eldest daughter, Mathilda’s conception.

In a surprising revelation, Ringwald disclosed that Mathilda was conceived in the dressing room of Studio 54 in 2003 while Ringwald was performing in “Cabaret” on Broadway.

Ringwald’s eldest daughter, Mathilda, now 20 years old, seems to be following in her mother’s footsteps, pursuing a career in acting and modeling. She has already made appearances for J.Crew and Andrew Warren and is slated to star in Anne Hathaway’s upcoming film, “The Idea of You.”

Ringwald and her husband, Panio Gianopoulos, welcomed Mathilda in 2003, followed by twins Adele and Roman six years later. Today, the twins are 14 years old, and while Ringwald maintains her privacy, glimpses into her family life offer heartwarming insights into their bond and shared experiences.