John Travolta Wishes His 'Beautiful' Son Ben a Happy 11th Birthday: 'Your Dad Adores You'

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John Travolta honors his "beautiful" son.
On Tuesday, the 67-year-old actor celebrated his son Ben's 11th birthday with a sweet post on Instagram. Travolta has shared a photo of himself posing with Ben and his 21-year-old daughter Ella.
“Happy birthday, my beautiful boy. Your father adores you !? ”, was the title of the hairspray star for his contribution.
Ella later commented on her father's post and wrote, "Happy Birthday Ben! ❤️? ❤️." She also honored her little brother on her own account.
“Happy birthday Benjamin! Cutest boy I know, ”Ella wrote next to a photo of the teenager holding his dog. “You keep teaching me so much and lighting up our lives. I love you! ❤️ ??. "
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Ben was recently featured on his dad's Instagram while the two were celebrating Halloween together.
The Grease star posted a selfie when the two smiled on the beach on a cloudy day. He wrote in the caption: "Happy Halloween everyone! What was your favorite candy bar that grew up on Halloween?"
Ella then commented: "❤️? Reese !!"
Travolta shares Ben with late wife Kelly Preston, who died in 2020 after a two-year battle with breast cancer. She was 57.
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In August, while appearing on Kevin Hart's Peacock talk show Hart to Heart, Travolta spoke about the emotional conversation he and his son had after Preston's death.
The star recalled Ben explaining to him late one evening while walking around their neighborhood that he was afraid of losing him, too. "He once said to me, 'Because mom died, I'm afraid you will,'" said Travolta.
"I said, 'Well, it's a whole different matter.' And I went through the differences about my longevity and their limited life, "he continued. "I said, 'But you know, Ben ... you always love the truth and I'll tell you the truth about life. Nobody knows when they're going to leave or stay.' "
"Your brother [Jett] left when he was 16. Too young. Your mother left when he was 57. That was too young. But who should say? I could die tomorrow. You could. Anyone can," he said. “So we consider it part of life. You don't know for sure. You're just doing your best to live as long as possible. "

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