Jessica Biel 'cakeplants' in celebration of Instagram milestone

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Jessica Biel found a unique and funny way to celebrate an Instagram milestone this week. The actress-turned-restaurateur faceplanted a cake after reaching one million followers, and documented it all for her fans to see.

Jessica shared a montage of three photos on social media, writing alongside: "1 MILLION FOLLOWERS!?!? Thank you, my good people. To celebrate this joyous occasion, I baked us a cake!! And then…. #smashcakeface."

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Jessica Biel found a funny way to celebrate her Instagram landmark

Sweet treats will be on Jessica's mind at the moment. She recently opened her West Hollywood eatery, Au Fudge, a child-friendly restaurant that offers a mix of healthy foods and indulgent goodies.

Au Fudge has proved a big hit with customers, and has been packed out ever since it opened its doors last month. A number of Jessica's celebrity friends have been seen at the new hot spot, dropping by with their children to try out the food on offer.

Jessica has certainly had plenty to celebrate recently; last month she turned 34, and husband Justin Timberlake was there to make sure her day was special.

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Jessica and Justin have been happily married since 2012

Alongside a photo of the couple together, Justin praised Jessica for being an amazing wife and mother to their 11-month-old son Silas.

"Happy BAE-DAY, baby!! I can't put into words what you mean to me…" the 35-year-old captioned the pic. "You are the GREATEST Mommy and Wife a man could ever ask for. I love you to the MOON and BACK!!! –Your Huz."

The couple tied the knot in 2012 after five years of dating, and Justin has been very open about his deep love for his wife.

"She is the single-handedly most significant person in my life," the singer told Vanity Fair in 2011. "In my 30 years, she is the most special person … I don't want to say much more, because I have to protect things that are dear to me – for instance, her."

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