‘Fixer Upper’ Designer Joanna Gaines Shares Rare Photo with Her Sisters and Mom on Instagram

Fixer Upper designer Joanna Gaines is showing love to her family in the best way possible on social media.

Last month, the HGTV star shared a candid snap of herself standing beside her two sisters and mother, Nan Stevens. The photo was taken after a vulnerable conversation with her family on her podcast series, The Stories We Tell with Joanna Gaines

The pic showed all four women smiling as they shared a tight embrace. During their chat, Gaines talked about an array of topics like her childhood, reflecting on life and her ongoing journey to self-discovery.

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“Chatting with my sisters about shared experiences growing up on last week’s podcast was sweet and somehow therapeutic,” she wrote in the caption. “And on today's final episode, my mom is joining me to share her incredible story. A story that I’m honored to be a part of.”

Her followers gushed about the family photo in the comments section. One fan wrote, “Such a beautiful photo and family. God bless.” Another person had to take a moment to fangirl about her mother, writing, “What a special treasure your mom is!!”

Joanna Gaines discussing her new book.
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The new podcast series was created shortly after the designer released her first-ever memoir titled The Stories We Tell: Every Piece of Your Story Matters. The show has everything, from solo conversations with her and her husband, Chip Gaines, to special guest appearances. All in all, the weekly series really allows Joanna to show a vulnerable side of herself and fans to see a side of Joanna like never before.

More family pics, please!

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