Harris and Burtka dressed as Hades and Poseidon, while their twins went as Aphrodite and Hermes
The Drag Me to Dinner co-hosts once again brought their A-game to dressing up for the holiday with twins Harper and Gideon, 13.
In photos posted to Harris' Instagram, the family could be seen donning the togas of Mount Olympus' elite. Harris dressed as Hades the god of the underworld, complete with a horned crown. Burtka opted for the likeness of Poseidon the god of the sea, carrying a trident and wearing shelled armor.
Harper dressed as Aphrodite the goddess of love, putting on a long blonde wig and holding a dove in one hand. Gideon wore the winged helmet of Hermes the messenger god, completing his outfit with the god's winged sandals.
"Atop Mount Olympus, We Doth Decree: Happy Halloween, Mortals! #Aphrodite #Hermes #Hades #Poseidon (Head to David's account @dbelicious for BTS pics) 🎃🎃🎃🎃," the Uncoupled actor wrote in his caption.
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On Burtka's Instagram, the chef shared behind-the-scenes photos of the family's photo shoot, which included pictures of the family getting into makeup, as well as a look at how they set up the final shot.
"OH MY GODS! Poseidon, Aphrodite, Hermes & Hades. Godlike quality comes with the help of our top tier friends. Here's some BTS with @zacposen courtesy of @jbayme with the flicks!" he wrote in his caption.
In June, Harris, 50, opened up about parenting teenagers, telling PEOPLE, "They're the most agile, amazing, bright beacons of light to us and [they’re] exhausting in every way. They just constantly keep us on our toes and just fill us with love and joy.”
Burtka, 48, doesn’t anticipate too much of a change as the twins become teenagers as he thinks most of the adjustment has already happened.
“I feel like we already are [parents to teens],” he said. “New York kids grow up a lot faster than the rest of the world. But you got to roll with it and let them free. Let them be who they're going to be. I think no one tells you as your young kids are growing up that you got to let them go. That's been the hardest thing for me.”
In July, the couple brought their two kids to Tokyo Disney to celebrate Independence Day. "Happy Fourth of July everyone," Harris said in a video posted to his Instagram.
"I'm here with my family and we just want to say Happy Fourth of July. We are on the other side of the world right now," he said as he panned the camera to reveal the castle at Tokyo Disney.
"We are at Tokyo Disneyland ... how do you say Happy Fourth of July?" Harris asked their Disney guide.
The guide responded to Harris in Japanese, to which Harris thanked him in the same language. "Arigato Gozaimasu, Happy Fourth of July!" Harris and his family said to the camera.
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