Olivia Jade and Sister Bella Share Throwback Pics With Mom Lori Loughlin on Her 58th Birthday
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While the 22-year-old Internet personality shares a photo of her and her mom, her older sister posts an old picture of the three of them as she puts a crown emoji above the actress' head.

AceShowbiz - Olivia Jade and her sister Isabella Rose were celebrating their mom Lori Loughlin's latest milestone. As their mother turned 58, the siblings offered their tributes by sharing throwback pictures on their respective social media accounts.

On Thursday, July 28, Olivia shared on Instagram Story a photo of her mom cradling baby Olivia. "Happy birthday," the 22-year-old wrote in the caption of the post, adding a cake emoji. She continued, "I Iovaaaa you."

Isabella, for her part, unleashed an image of herself posing with Olivia and their mom. In the accompanying message, the 23-year-old beauty gushed, "happy birthday my lifesaver. i love you." She also put out a crown emoji above the actress' head.

Lori shares Olivia and Isabella with her husband Mossimo Giannulli. The couple made headlines back in 2019 with their college admissions scandal. While the family earned backlash following the controversy, Olivia and Isabella kept defending their parents, especially their mother.

"I think just the hardest part of this entire thing was watching how horrible the media was to both you and Mom and actually knowing you guys and knowing Mom has the biggest heart," Isabella shared in a November 2021 episode of her sister's "Conversations with Olivia Jade" podcast.

"I think for me even though I also was getting dragged negatively, it didn't nearly affect me as much as Mom having all this thrown on her," she added. "And I think we can talk about this, that she really took this whole thing on her back, solely. There are a lot of people that were in this case and a lot of other parents and I do not know one other person's name."

"Olivia also admitted that it was "frustrating" to read about their actress mom in the media. Defending the former "Fuller House" star, the beauty blogger said, "It caused a lot of anger within me when I would read stuff about her. And I just think it's interesting that when I would read stuff about myself it affected me and I cared, but it didn't nearly affect me the same way that if I read it about mom."

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