Drew Barrymore was at the finish line of the New York Marathon on Sunday to cheer on her ex-husband, Will Kopelman, along with their two daughters, Olive and Frankie.
The 41-year-old actress and producer shared adorable pictures of her daughters cheering their dad on to Instagram to capture the fun family moment.
"#girlswhocheerdadon #nycmarathon well done!!!," she captioned one sweet picture with the two girls in Kopelman's arms.
"#showingthegirls #tofinsihistowin #proud," she captioned another photo, showing a huge family hug.
Barrymore and Kopelman finalized their divorce in August after four years of marriage, but the two have continued to be on good terms to co-parent their children.
The Whip It director wasn't the only celeb at the finish line -- but some of the others had to get there the hard way, via a 26-mile run through New York City's five boroughs.
Meanwhile Luke Cage actor Theo Rossi pulled off his first marathon in an impressive 3:35. Way to go!
HUGE Bucket List Day as I took down the @nycmarathon My 1st FULL marathon in 3:35. Have to give a BIG shoutout and thanks to my coach @blue_benadum and the wizard behind the curtain @sprunky for making this day possible. All the runners today absolutely dominated and it truly is a beast of a race! Congrats to everyone who ran and my legs, feet, back and all the other things I can't feel are with you in solidarity. Also, a GIANT thx to my lady @meggomcrossi who dealt with my training madness for two races straight. #RossiHasTheRuns #ConquerYourList #JustDoIt #NRC
Sean Astin, perhaps best known as Frodo's BFF, Sam, in the Lord of The Rings trilogy, joked on Instagram that carrying an "extra 45 pounds" around the course was not quite the same as carrying Frodo up Mount Doom. He finished in 6:02:33.
Man, I absolutely have to lose weight. OR, Wow, look at how powerful I am, running 26.2 miles carrying 45 extra pounds the whole way...not quite carrying Frodo up Mt. Doom, heck it's maybe more impressive. I only had to hoist that diminutive hobbit for a few feet of volcano, steep, but manageable. But seriously, I am FAT. Just finished the NYC Marathon 2016 in 6:02:33. It's official, I'm a back o' the packer now. By God, I won't be forever, but as for today... eeeeek. Let me just say this, of all of the big city marathons I've run (Los Angeles 4x's, San Francisco, Chicago, Marine Corps, etc...) I have never seen such intense, sustained, out of their heads crazy spectators...the sound was deafening every step of the 5 boroughs (Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx & Manhattan)...I think they compete with each other...it was a 5 way tie. I ran Portland only a month ago, so I was happy that my legs held up. I think it's fair to say that I'm a veteran marathoner now, well...I had to use every mental and physical trick in the book to get around the course today. I know my Mom was looking down on me today...kicking my ass every step...thanks ma! That's all. Special thanks to everyone with the NYCM and ASICS for their hospitality.
Well done to all the competitors!