Sylvester Stallone wishes daughter Sistine a happy 24th birthday


Sylvester Stallone wishes daughter Sistine a happy 24th birthday: ‘Every day with you has been like Christmas’

Sylvester Stallone took to Instagram on Monday afternoon to wish his daughter Sistine Stallone a happy 24th birthday.

The 75-year-old actor shared a number of throwback snaps of him and his daughter while wishing her a very happy birthday.

Sistine is the middle daughter of the three girls Stallone shares with Jennifer Flavin, along with 25-year-old Sophia and 20-year-old Sophia.

Birthday: Sylvester Stallone took to Instagram on Monday afternoon to wish his daughter Sistine Stallone a happy 24th birthday

Birthday: Sylvester Stallone took to Instagram on Monday afternoon to wish his daughter Sistine Stallone a happy 24th birthday

‘A very very happy birthday to our amazing SISTINE! Every day with you has been like Christmas. The greatest gift!’ Sly said, while tagging @sistinestallone.

Sistine herself responded, ‘I love you dad!!!!’ while her sister Scarlett said, ‘Bawling’ and another comment where she sent two red heart emojis.

The first photo he shared was from some sort of tropical locale, with Stallone puffing on a cigar and Sistine holding a small dog. 

Birthday girl: 'A very very happy birthday to our amazing SISTINE! Every day with you has been like Christmas. The greatest gift!' Sly said, while tagging @sistinestallone

Birthday girl: ‘A very very happy birthday to our amazing SISTINE! Every day with you has been like Christmas. The greatest gift!’ Sly said, while tagging @sistinestallone

He also shared a throwback snap of Sistine as a young girl and another with two of the daughters flanking their dad. 

The final snap showed both Sly and Sistine, both clad in all black, walking down a hallway. 

The birthday love comes just after Stallone discussed the unusual way he landed his role in the new series Tulsa King.

Young: He also shared a throwback snap of Sistine as a young girl and another with two of the daughters flanking their dad

Young: He also shared a throwback snap of Sistine as a young girl and another with two of the daughters flanking their dad

The new series follows New York mafia capo Dwight “The General” Manfredi (Stallone), who is released from prison after 25 years.

Much to his surprise, he is unceremoniously exiled by his boss to set up shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as he realizes the mob may not be looking out for him the way he had hoped.

Manfredi starts assembling a crew to create his own criminal empire in the most unlikely of places. 

Final snap: The final snap showed both Sly and Sistine, both clad in all black, walking down a hallway

Final snap: The final snap showed both Sly and Sistine, both clad in all black, walking down a hallway

Series creator Taylor Sheridan has become a hot commodity at Paramount Plus, but years before his big break as a writer with 2015’s Sicario, he was a working actor, who met Stallone at a horse ranch.

‘My daughters and I were practicing — I play polo a lot; a long time ago people would say, how can you afford it? I played with the worst horse on the planet, but I learned and eventually after I made money, I started to go into… barrel racing,’ Stallone began. 

‘It’s very, very delicate and I brought my daughters into it and Taylor Sheridan was at the same barn and he hadn’t made it yet’ Stallone said.

Stallone also revealed, ‘I’ve always wanted to play a gangster since… I basically started off my career mugging everyone… but it never happened. I have my thoughts on why but better late than never.’

‘Taylor Sheridan wrote an idea, a screenplay that was really good and Terence Winter, who wrote Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire, they put it all together and what you have is East meets West,’ he added at the Londoner Hotel for Paramount+’s U.K. launch event.

 

Gangster: Stallone also revealed, 'I’ve always wanted to play a gangster since... I basically started off my career mugging everyone... but it never happened. I have my thoughts on why but better late than never'

Gangster: Stallone also revealed, ‘I’ve always wanted to play a gangster since… I basically started off my career mugging everyone… but it never happened. I have my thoughts on why but better late than never’

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