Celine Dion shares photo of her little pirates after joining Instagram

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Celine Dion has made her Instagram debut with a sweet family photo. The Think Twice singer posted a picture of her twin sons Eddy and Nelson dressed up as pirates in preparation for Halloween.

The cute picture shows the five-year-olds dressed in matching green shirts and jeans with pirate hats while clutching toy guns. Both boys had eye patches and fake beards inked onto their faces and had serious expressions as they played in character.

Nelson and Eddy's dress rehearsal for Halloween Night/ Nelson et Eddy déjà prêts pour la fête de l'Halloween!

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Celine Dion dressed her sons as pirates for Halloween

"Nelson and Eddy's dress rehearsal for Halloween night," Celine wrote.

The image came after Celine made her Instagram debut with a photo of herself in the recording studio, writing: "Hello Instagram! #firstselfie".

Celine's sweet snap of her sons comes just two weeks after she took the boys to celebrate their fifth birthdays at Disneyland in California. The mum-of-three took some time off from her Las Vegas residency for the fun day out, where they enjoyed some time on the rides and met much-loved character Mickey Mouse.

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Celine Dion took her sons to Disneyland for their fifth birthdays in October

The 47-year-old is trying to maintain a sense of normality for her boys following her husband René Angelil's throat cancer diagnosis in December 2013. It is the second time the music manager has battled cancer, but sadly this time it appears René is fighting for his life.

The battle has clearly hit Celine hard, and she has USA Today that although it has been difficult for their 14-year-old son René-Charles too see his father in poor health, the twins "don't know their father in any other state".

The My Heart Will Go On singer recently paid tribute to René by sharing home videos of her family while she performed at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

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