Paulina Gretzky rocks sparkly brown look at dad Wayne Gretzky's birthday party
Her father, who turned 62 on Jan. 26, is one of the most decorated and revered Canadian hockey stars.
Paulina Gretzky is showing her father some love.
On Thursday evening, the daughter of NHL legend Wayne Gretzky shared a series of glamorous photos from her father's birthday dinner.
Wayne, who turned 62 on Jan. 26, is one of the most decorated and revered Canadian hockey stars.
On her Instagram story, the model shared a snap of her table setting, complete with embroidered napkins, gold plates and elegant candles. She also gave fans an inside look into the menu, which included caesar salad, steak and birthday cake.
"Happy birthday dad," she wrote on the screen alongside a white heart emoji.
In another story, the mother-of-two posted a photo of the jaw-dropping venue where twisting branches — complete with twinkle lights — hung from the ceiling. Art and candelabras decorated the walls while guests talked, ate and enjoyed the celebration.
In a third and final image, the 34-year-old shared a photo of her, Wayne and her husband, professional golfer Dustin Johnson, at the party.
Paulina flashed her million-dollar smile and opted for a natural makeup look complete with pink lipstick and subtle eyeshadow.
She rocked a sparkly brown crop top with a matching skirt that accentuated her dirty-blonde hair — which she styled in loose waves.
In December, Paulina starred alongside her father and the rest of their family in OVO's latest campaign.
The Canadian fashion label established by hip-hop musician Drake, took to Instagram to share a series of photos of the Gretzky's wearing the brand's signature owl hoodie.
In one of the snaps, the family were pictured in a living room. The men — including Wayne, two of his sons Trevor and Ty, and his grandchildren Tatum and River, who belong to Paulina — stood behind a couch.
The women — including Paulina, Ty's wife Sara, and Wayne's wife Janet — were photographed sitting on the couch, looking directly at the camera.
In the comments, fans went wild over the campaign, calling it a "Canadian heritage moment."
"This goes way too hard," commented a follower.
"Canadian legends wearing an iconic Canadian brand," said another.
"I don‘t know who is responsible for all the marketing, but you guys are f— genius," shared someone else.
"The great ones! I'm obsessed, this is fire," added another.
"Canadian heritage moment," wrote a fan.
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