Michael Strahan enjoyed a very special 'date night' on Tuesday.
The Good Morning America star took to Instagram with a candid snapshot from inside his New York home, showing his twin daughters Isabella and Sophia, 16, sitting down to dinner.
The sweet photo shows the identical siblings sat at the table side-by-side and smiling for the camera with their plates of food in front of them. Michael, 49, wrote: "Date nights with @sophialstrahan and @isabella.strahan = the best night! #LoveMyKids."
WATCH: GMA's Michael Strahan shares glimpse inside open-plan living room
The image also gave fans a sneak peek inside the star's super stylish home, featuring striking geometric print cushions that complement a grey sofa, a statement table lamp and a velvet chair with studded arms. Large French double doors can also be seen, partially covered by chic white blinds.
The post went down a storm with Michael's fans. "Beautiful picture of Isabella and Sophia, Michael," one commented. "Your best date night is with your beautiful girls."
Michael delighted fans with a candid snapshot of his twin daughters
A large number of followers posted love heart emojis as they complimented the star on his twins. "Looking so grown up!" one wrote, while a second echoed; "Beautiful girls!"
Michael is a proud father of four children; he shares daughter Tanita, 29, and son Michael, 26, with his first wife, Wanda Hutchins. The former couple were married from 1992 until 1996.
The star pictured with his ex-wife, Jean Muggli
He married Jean Muggli in 1999 and together they welcomed their twins in December 2004 before their acrimonious divorce in 2006.
The doting dad previously opened up about fatherhood during an interview with People. He said: "My kids give me strength. I love being with the kids. To me, it's all about family, now more than anything."
Michael is a very proud father to four children
Michael only recently returned to work after a number of weeks off as he recovered from coronavirus. During his absence, the TV star opened up about the experience of battling COVID.
In a video message shared on GMA, Michael said: "Just wanted to say thank you to everybody for your well wishes, and thank you for everyone who reached out and sent me the get-well wishes and all the advice on how to feel better.
"I just want to let you know that I do feel a lot better and I'm just thankful to be on the other side of it." He added: "You don't want Covid or to go through everything that it brings with it."
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