Passover tweets: Harry Styles, Barack Obama, and more celebrities celebrate the Seder
Passover 2013 has begun and people everywhere of the Jewish tradition are celebrating the Seder together with a ritual meal. Celebrities are no different than the rest of your friends on Twitter and Instagram -- they like to tweet photos of their Passover dinner tables too. Here are a few of the most beautiful Seder settings from the world of celeb social media:
Rachel Zoe ?@RachelZoe
Calm before the storm #passover
Lo Bosworth ?@LoBosworth
Our Seder Table (for 22!) Happy Passover :)
Sam Rubin @samontv
Seder table 2013. My Mom's and Dad's dishes from the 1950's.
Happy Passover to one and all.
Meanwhile, some celebs preparing to celebrate the Seder were a bit more camera shy, and simply tweeted their Passover greetings:
Harry Styles ?@Harry_Styles
Looking forward to seder night. Always get a bit nervous when I have to sing ma'nish ta'na. But do love a shmorreh matzah. Happy pesach x
Katie Couric ?@katiecouric
Happy #Passover! Chag Sameach! Heading to Seder, where's the afikoman??
Joan Rivers ?@Joan_Rivers
Putting the finishing touches on our family Seder. So excited to spend the holiday with Melissa, Cooper and my friends! Happy Passover!
Mayor Michael Bloomberg ?@MikeBloomberg
Wishing everyone peace and happiness this Passover. Chag Kasher V'Sameach.
Zach Braff ?@zachbraff
Jews!!!! Happy Passover.
Paula Abdul ?@PaulaAbdul
Happy Passover! Who's spending precious quality time with their family? NOTHING is more important than family. xoxoP
Brett Ratner ?@BrettRatner
Hag Sameach to all those that understand!! Happy Passover!
President Barack Obama ?@BarackObama
Chag sameach: "Michelle and I send our warmest wishes to all those celebrating Passover."
Here's a photo of the president and First Lady Michelle Obama hosting their own Seder dinner in the Old Family Dining Room of the White House:
Now it's your turn. How did your family celebrate the beginning of Passover?
Photo/Video credit: Twitter, Instagram
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