Iconic vocalist Elton John recently celebrated his 73rd birthday on the 25th March, 2020. He enjoyed his day in isolation at home with his family as they separated themselves from people in general in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The fascinating piece of his celebration was that, his two sons themselves made delightful birthday cards for their father, Elton.
The super-talented vocalist took to Instagram to make known the excellent carefully handmade cards by his children Zachary, nine years, and Elijah, seven – made for his extraordinary day.
Elton John Posted a snap of his young men’s bright fine art illuminating ‘Happt Birthday’ which had been stuck up on the porch entryway.
On Elton’s Instagram page, this is what he posted:
‘So nice to wake up to this! Thank you Zachary and Elijah.’ ‘Homemade cards are the best. Thank you boys!’
Apart from his two children who made his day very worthy, Elton John had many messages from well-wishers, companions and fans, with vocalist Victoria Beckham additionally sharing a tribute and photograph of the pair on a yacht getting a charge out of a beverage.
Beckham also posted: ‘Happy birthday, we love you so much.’
Elton undoubtedly appreciated each second with his family. Elton further expressed:
To be honest, it’s great to be able to spend this much time with my boys because normally I don’t, even though they’ve been on the road with us since November in Australia and New Zealand”
Then again, talking about coronavirus, he considered how the pandemic could unite people and help them to consider the significant things in life. He said:
“This will bring people together and be far more thoughtful about each other in a world where we’re so selfish, me included,’ he said.
‘And it gives us time to reflect on what life’s all about. And life is about love and sharing and generosity of spirit and coming together as one I hope will be the result of this.’
”And it gives us time to reflect on what life’s all about. And life is about love and sharing and generosity of spirit and coming together as one I hope will be the result of this.’