Jennifer Hawkins Shares Heartwarming Tribute for Son Hendrix’s Birthday

"We couldn’t be more grateful for you."
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Just days ago, Jennifer Hawkins shared an emotional tribute to her four year old daughter, Frankie.

And now, she’s done the same for her son, Hendrix.

WATCH: Jennifer Hawkins’ first birthday tribute to Hendrix.

To celebrate her son’s second birthday, the Australian model took to Instagram and shared a wholesome montage filled with lovely videos of little Hendrix.

Set to the tune of the Foo Fighters’ Everlong, the video features a collection of touching moments of Jennifer, her husband, Jake Wall, and Frankie absolutely cherishing Hendrix.

“Happy 2nd birthday to our beautiful boy Hendrix!! Such a sweet soul, so caring [and] affectionate! Also a funny little dude! We love you so much!! I’m so proud to be your mummy,” Jennifer wrote. 

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Jennifer also shared another heartfelt tribute to the newest addition of the Hawkins-Wall family in 2022. 

“Happy 1ST birthday to our sweet and very cheeky little man Hendrix. You came into this world faster than we had planned and kicked NICU’s butt (with some lovely helpers) and now you are such a happy little soul with so much spirit!!”

“We couldn’t be more grateful for you. I’m so proud to be your mummy!! We love you so much,” Jennifer wrote.

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Friends and fans of Jen were quick to wish Hendrix a happy birthday. Sophie Monk commented on the post, “Happy birthday Hendrix”.

It’s clear that Jennifer couldn’t be happier as a mother; especially considering that she’s previously experienced fertility issues.

In a 2020 interview with Marie Claire, the Miss Universe winner opened up about experiencing a miscarriage and a two-year struggle with conceiving due to having Stage 4 endometriosis.

Frankie is clearly loving being a big sister to liitle Hendrix, who’s celebrating his first birthday today. (Credit: Instagram)

“There were moments when I honestly thought that I might not be able to have a baby.”

“It was really difficult to even think that and I was scared to say it out loud,” Jen shared.

She went on to say that having children was the “best thing” she’s ever done.

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