Saturday was a very special day for Thalía, because it marked ten years since she became a mom for the first time, welcoming her daughter Sabrina Sakaë into the world. Of course, the day was all about the latter, with the singer-songwriter throwing her daughter an adorable celebration. Since the two share a strong bond, there was no better way to spend the day than together!


Thalía's daughter Sabrina turned 10 on October 7 Photo: Instagram/@thalia

As evident from her Instagram, the 46-year-old Mexican talent rang in her daugher's birthday with tons of fun. Along with a series of photos, she wrote on the social media platform: "The celebration began early in the morning, mom and Sabrina, alone, having breakfast. Friends, celebration and slime followed! She is ten years old!!! God bless and protect you my dearest, sweet daughter! I love you."

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Sabrina's celebration was magical with unicorn balloons Photo: Instagram/@thalia

Thalía posted a carousel of pictures from the day, giving fans a glimpse at their family festivities. The first couple photos show the pair cozied into a booth enjoying a birthday breakfast together with wide smiles. They had an oversized cinnamonbun, which Sabrina tasted the icing from and "dabbed" with for a photo. Then, it seems, the pictures shift to the young girl's evening party, which was full of magic and colors.

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Sabrina's birthday was complete with an adorable cake Photo: Instagram/@thalia

There were whimsical balloons in the shape of unicorns, streamers, gifts and many surprises for Sabrina. The last photo shows an adorable cake with ten candles, fit for the birthday girl. In the picture it looks like the family went to a hibachi restaurant, where surely Thalía's husband, music executive Tommy Mottola, and Sabrina's brother Matthew Alejandro Mottola Sodi were celebrating as well.

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