Mariah Carey joined by twins Moroccan and Monroe as she gets Hollywood star

Mariah Carey was joined by two very special guests as she received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday. The Hero singer shared the spotlight with her four-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe, who couldn't resist cuddling up to their superstar mum during the ceremony.

While Mariah posed for photos alongside her star wearing a glamorous black gown, she was surprised by son Moroccan, who toddled over over to give his mum an impromptu kiss and cuddle in the middle of the photoshoot



Mariah Carey's son Moroccan couldn't resist giving his mum a cuddle

The 45-year-old later shared her gratitude for the support from her fans, who she refers to as "lambs" in a series of Instagram posts.

"What an incredible day. Thank you #lambs #lambily and everyone who made it happen. #star #hollywoodwalkoffame," she captioned a photo of herself with her star.

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Twins Moroccan and Monroe joined Mariah Carey on the red carpet

Another showed the mum-of-two smiling for the camera, telling fans: "Celebrating the day #hollywoodwalkoffame".

Mariah even admitted that the ceremony had brought her to tears, telling the fans who had gathered for the ceremony they were "melting my heart".

"You're making me cry, and that's why I'm keeping on my sunglasses. But I cannot thank you enough. This is a huge honour," she said.

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Mariah Carey received a star on the Hollywood walk of fame

Although Mariah's twins joined her for her milestone achievement, one person who was noticeably absent was her boyfriend James Packer, who she has been dating since May. The Australian billionaire is believed to have been busy working in Sydney and unable to attend.

It was announced at the end of July that Mariah would be honoured with a Hollywood star. The mum-of-two said she was "humbled" by the recognition, which comes 25 years after she released her first album.

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