On Sunday, actress and blogger Eva Amurri Martino posted an Instagram snap featuring herself, mom Susan Sarandon, son Major James , 5 months, daughter Marlowe Mae , 2, and Sarandons mother Leonora. In the caption accompanying the sweet family moment , the mother of two shared details about the family gathering in honor of her kids great-grandma. Today my 94 year old grandmother met my son for the first time, wrote Amurri Martino, 32. Most of my cousins (more than 40!), and their babies, gathered to celebrate my grandmothers birthday a couple weeks early. She continues, She didnt know we were going to celebrate her birthday and when she realized she started crying. Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the PEOPLE Babies newsletter . FROM COINAGE: 9 Healthy Kitchen Staples That Cost Less Than $1 Per Serving With the captions conclusion, Amurri Martino credits her grandmother - who, in the photo, is holding a smiling Marlowe close and pointing at the camera with one perfectly painted fingernail - with inspiring the Hollywood-bred mother of two to live her life in a similar fashion. Its amazing to think that the 60+ people who were present today were there because this strong woman started a family , she writes. I can only hope to be 94 one day, surrounded by my grandchildren and great grandchildren ... rocking a super chic coral manicure. #HappilyEvaAfter #Family #FamilyReunion #HappyBirthdayGigi, Amurri Martino hashtagged the snap, in which Sarandon, 70, กระเป๋าสตางค์ใบสั้น is holding a curious-looking Major on her lap. RELATED VIDEO: Eva Amurri Martino Hits Back At Critics After Sharing Her Pain Over Sons Head Injury Amurri Martino has been open about the ups and downs she has experienced as a parent, alongside husband of five years Kyle Martino .
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Mr Sharif then lived for many years in exile as a guest of the Saudis. The army has also been historically close to the Saudis, providing troops and training in the 1980s to the Saudi armed forces and receiving help for the purchase of weapons systems. Many Pakistanis are desperately keen that the country stay out of the crises that have gripped the Middle East. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are jointly trying to active defeat the Houthi rebels in Yemen, who are Shia. The Saudis are also suspected of supporting a variety of militant Sunni groups fighting the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria and of having helped Bahrain crack down on protests led by its majority Shia population. Pakistan would like to avoid any involvement in these countries. Image copyright AFP Image caption The Saudis are backing Yemen's exiled leader against the Houthi rebels The Saudis have long asked Pakistan to contribute to its forces in Yemen, which so far Pakistan has refused to do. Last year Pakistan's parliament voted against sending Pakistani troops to Yemen. However the new Islamic alliance led by the Saudis and the appointment of Gen Sharif may alter the strategic picture for some. Meanwhile Iran has increased its presence throughout the Middle East particularly in providing military aid to regimes in Iraq and Syria, while it is also allegedly helping the Houthis and other Shia in the region. The army chief who ruled without a coup Iran has strongly objected to the appointment of Gen Sharif as head of the alliance.กระเป๋า MANGO รุ่นใหม่ แท้