Rebecca Romijn says she is 'so proud to be' a mother to her twin daughters Dolly and Charlie in a sweet snap

Rebecca Romijn shared a Mother's Day snap with her twin daughters, Dolly and Charlie, to her Instagram on Sunday.

The 49-year-old actress flashed a wide smile while posing with her children, both aged 13, as they spent a bit of quality time with each other during a shared outing.

The performer also wrote a short message that was left in her post's caption, which read: 'Happy Mother's Day! So proud to be mom to these two.'

Proud mom: Rebecca Romijn shared a Mother's Day snap with her twin daughters, Dolly and Charlie, to her Instagram on Sunday

Proud mom: Rebecca Romijn shared a Mother's Day snap with her twin daughters, Dolly and Charlie, to her Instagram on Sunday

Romijn stayed comfortable in a patterned turtleneck that was tucked into a pair of blue jeans during her outing.

The X-Men franchise star's beautiful blonde hair was tied back while she spent time with her daughters.

The performer shares her twin daughters with her husband of over a decade, Jerry O'Connell.

The happy couple initially met in 2004 when they both attended a Maxim party.

Proud parents: The performer shares her twin daughters with her husband of over a decade, Jerry O'Connell

Proud parents: The performer shares her twin daughters with her husband of over a decade, Jerry O'Connell

At the time, Romijn was married to her first husband, John Stamos, who was also present at the event.

They tied the knot in 1998 and remained married for several years before their divorce was finalized in 2005.

The actress and O'Connell, 48, began dating in 2004, when the former was separated from her husband, and they became engaged in 2005.

The happy couple went on to hold a wedding ceremony in 2007, and they welcomed their daughters into their lives the following year. 

Starting a family: The happy couple went on to hold a wedding ceremony in 2007, and they welcomed their daughters into their lives the following year

Starting a family: The happy couple went on to hold a wedding ceremony in 2007, and they welcomed their daughters into their lives the following year

Romijn previously spoke about her life as a mother during an interview with People, and she admitted that having twins meant that she could not remain overly strict with her children. 

'It's hard with twins because it prevents you from being too much of a helicopter mom,' she expressed.

She went on to note that she and O'Connell had figured out an arrangement where they would switch off on parenting duties while remaining mindful of their professional commitments. 

Figuring it out: Romijn previously spoke about her life as a mother during an interview with People , and she admitted that having twins meant that she could not remain overly strict with her children

Figuring it out: Romijn previously spoke about her life as a mother during an interview with People , and she admitted that having twins meant that she could not remain overly strict with her children

'In our efforts to raise normal, loving children, we tag-team with work, typically. So when he is traveling for work, I usually am the mom at home, and vice versa — when I'm traveling for work, he stays home,' she said.

Romijn, who described herself as the 'disciplinarian' of the family, also praised her husband for teaching their twins about enjoying life.

'I think the two of us have really worked on developing their sense of humor, and I think he has really helped them lighten up about things,' she stated. 

Switching off: Romijn, who described herself as the 'disciplinarian' of the family, also praised her husband for teaching their twins about enjoying life

Switching off: Romijn, who described herself as the 'disciplinarian' of the family, also praised her husband for teaching their twins about enjoying life

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Rebecca Romijn says she is 'so proud to be' a mother to her twin daughters Dolly and Charlie

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