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Stars celebrate Easter

Published 01/04/2013

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears, Hugh Hefner and the Kardashian clan were among stars tweeting about their eclectic Easter celebrations on Sunday.

Britney flew from Los Angeles to her hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana for the occasion but admitted there was one special someone she was missing.

The Toxic singer logged on the micro-blog to wish her 25 million followers a happy holiday but said she was sad her dog Hannah couldn't join her on the trip.

“Happy Easter! Blessed to be spending the day with my family back home (...missing my little @hannahspears though, she doesn't like to fly.),” Britney wrote.

The 31-year-old star later shared a picture of the pup dressed in a rabbit costume.

“Aww my little baby!!” she gushed.

Kim Kardashian appeared to be in Paris and tweeted a picture of Notre Dame.

Her older sister Kourtney Kardashian was back in Los Angeles and started the day at church with her daughter Penelope, son Mason, sisters Kendall, Kylie and Khloe, mum Kris Jenner and her step-father, Bruce Jenner.

“Happy Easter! Wishing everyone a very blessed and happy Easter Sunday,” Kourtney tweeted.

“I love celebrating this day when Jesus Christ rose from his grave. It is the most important holiday to me as a Christian and I love sharing this special day with my family.”

Khloe meanwhile shared a photo of her husband, Lamar Odom, hiding Easter eggs at the family home.

Hugh Hefner even made the holiday a family affair at the Playboy Mansion. The publishing mogul said Easter is always a big event at his Los Angeles home.

“Easter at the Playboy Mansion includes a traditional Easter Egg Hunt for the Playmates' children. A favorite day for all of us,” he wrote.

Paris Hilton shared an image of one her favourite holiday memories on the micro-blog.

She sent the Playboy mogul a picture of herself cuddled up to him while wearing a pink bunny costume.

“The Easter Bunny with Hef. Love you @HughHefner. Happy Easter!” she tweeted.

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