Celebrity Halle Berry Halle Berry Celebrated Her Daughter Nahla's 14th Birthday with a Rare Photo on Instagram And the teen is just as tall as her mom these days. By Alicia Brunker Alicia Brunker Instagram Alicia Brunker is a freelance writer who covers celebrity, royal, and fashion news for InStyle.com. She joined InStyle's digital team in 2017, and previously contributed to ELLE, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and WWD. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 17, 2022 @ 07:40AM Pin Share Tweet Email Halle Berry just wished her daughter Nahla a happy 14th birthday with a rare mommy-and-me photo. On Wednesday, the actress took to Instagram to celebrate the teen's special day, and alongside her sweet caption was an even sweeter snapshot of the two. "14 years ago, I was blessed to give birth to an 'Earth Angel' and I named her Nahla Ariela," wrote Berry, adding: "Humbled by your presence and overjoyed at the same time! Happy Birthday, Nahla boo! ❤️." In the photo, Halle and Nahla are pictured walking arm-in-arm together on a beach at sunset. With their backs to the camera, Nahla's face isn't visible in the shot, but it's still obvious that she's all grown up nowadays (she's even as tall as her mom). In addition to Nahla, whom she shares with her ex Gabriel Aubry, Halle is also a mom to her 8-year-old son Maceo from her previous marriage to Olivier Martinez. The mom of two rarely posts pictures of her two children to her social media accounts, and if she does, their faces typically aren't shown. Back in 2019, Halle explained the reasoning behind this decision during an interview with Today. Halle Berry Channeled Her X-Men Character with an Asymmetric Pixie Cut at the Critics Choice Awards "I've fought really hard to protect their privacy, and I just want them to have their life and have it be theirs," Berry told the outlet. "I just don't want to plaster them all over the internet. That just doesn't feel right for me. They're gonna do that soon enough. That's gonna be their life when they grow up, and they will choose when that starts."