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Selena Gomez Looks Back on 2023 With ‘Moments in Time’ Photos of Sister Gracie & Friends

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Selena Gomez is looking back on some of her favorite memories of 2023.

On Friday (Dec. 29), the 31-year-old pop star and actress shared a gallery of fun photos on social media of her little sister, Gracie Elliot Teefey, along with friends including Nicola Peltz Beckham and Sofia Carson.

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“Moments in time,” Gomez captioned the post on Instagram.

In one of the snapshots, the “Single Soon” singer is being sweetly embraced by 10-year-old Gracie at a Disney theme park. Another finds the siblings cuddling alongside each other while in a bed.

Elsewhere in the post, Gomez appears to be sharing a drink with Carson and sticks out her tongue while taking a selfie with Beckham. The two friends both took to the comments section to show some love to Gomez.

Cason commented with three white hearts and Beckham wrote, “I love you so much!!”

Earlier this year, the Only Murders in the Building star shared some special moments with Gracie. In addition to taking her little sis to Taylor Swift‘s Eras Tour concerts in Texas and Los Angeles over the summer, Gracie made a cameo in Gomez’s “Single Soon” music video.

“Hi, I love you sissy. Never worry about boyfriends. At. All,” Gracie says on an answering machine in the beginning of the clip.

Speaking of boyfriends, the pop star recently confirmed that she and producer Benny Blanco are officially dating. In early December, she replied to fans on Instagram that Blanco “is my absolute everything in my heart” and that she is at her “happiest” in the relationship.

Although the producer didn’t appear in Gomez’s most recent Instagram post, she did spend one of the last days of 2023 cuddled up with Blanco on an artsy after-Christmas date. She recently shared a photo on her Instagram Story of the couple cozying up at what appeared to be Luna Luna: Forgotten Fantasy, an art exhibit in Los Angeles.

See Gomez’s latest post on Instagram here.

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