Jerry Seinfeld’s wife, Jessica, shares rare family photo from youngest son Shepherd’s high school graduation (but one detail has fans super surprised)

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Jerry Seinfeld’s wife, Jessica, posted a rare family photo to Instagram on Tuesday from their youngest child, Shepherd’s, high school graduation.

The 52-year-old author looked like a proud mom as she posed with the alum, her comedian husband (70, whose politically correct comments about comedy were recently deemed a “red flag” by a former co-star), her daughter Sasha (23), and her eldest son Julian (21).

Fans were also surprised to see that Shepard had a cigar in his hand in the snapshot.

Jessica also shared photos of her son celebrating with his friends, some of whom were smoking cigars.

The mother of three wrote in a lengthy caption that she and Jerry gave Shepherd a flip phone as a graduation gift.

Jerry Seinfeld's wife, Jessica, 52, on Tuesday shared a rare family photo from their youngest son Shepard's high school graduation, which also included her husband, 70, their daughter Sasha, 23, and their eldest son Julian, 21.

Jerry Seinfeld’s wife, Jessica, 52, on Tuesday shared a rare family photo from their youngest son Shepard’s high school graduation, which also included her husband, 70, their daughter Sasha, 23, and their eldest son Julian, 21.

Fans also noticed one detail about the snap that surprised them, pointing out that Shepard had a cigar in his hand.

Fans also noticed one detail about the snap that surprised them, pointing out that Shepard had a cigar in his hand.

“My youngest son, Shepard, graduated from high school yesterday. As I wrote in a previous story, I gave him a flip phone as a gift in the hopes that he would return the smartphone as a graduation gift.”

“Many of you have asked if this was his first phone and I hope it was. If I knew then what I know now, I would have waited until he was 14 to get a smartphone (he was given an old phone when he was 12 to use for the bus to school in the Bronx).”

“The last two slides are a phone my friend Lisa told me about @thelightphone. I’m really curious. Does anyone have one?”

In the photo, Jessica looked perfect for summer in a bright pink dress, with her blonde hair pulled back in a ponytail.

Jerry looked handsome in his suit and polka dot tie.

He stood in the middle of his children, sunglasses covering his eyes, a bright smile on his face and the expression of a proud father.

Sasha opted for a green dress, while Julian looked dapper in a navy button-down shirt and black trousers.

In 2020, Jessica revealed that Jerry wasn’t “natural” when their first child was born.

“He didn’t immediately start pushing a stroller or holding a baby. We joke that it took him 10 years to get used to it,” she told Parents magazine.

She added that things got better when her children became teenagers.

Jessica also shared photos of her son and his friends celebrating together, some of whom were smoking cigars.

Jessica also shared photos of her son and his friends celebrating together, some of whom were smoking cigars.

The mother of three wrote a lengthy caption sharing that she and Jerry gave Shepherd a flip phone as a graduation gift.

The mother of three wrote a lengthy caption sharing that she and Jerry gave Shepherd a flip phone as a graduation gift.

In late April, Jerry attended the premiere of Unfrosted at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood with his family.

In late April, Jerry attended the premiere of Unfrosted with his family at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.

Jessica and Jerry also made an impact as a stylish duo at the Met Gala in New York City in May (pictured).

Jessica and Jerry also made an impact as a stylish duo at the Met Gala in New York City in May (pictured).

The couple married in 1999. They met through her first marriage to Eric Nederlander, scion of a New York theater-owning family. Photographed in 2019

The couple married in 1999. They met through her first marriage to Eric Nederlander, scion of a New York theater-owning family. Photographed in 2019

“Jerry’s strength is in our three teenagers now. He’s patient with them. Where I’m weak, he’s strong and we complement each other. I wouldn’t change a thing.”

In late April, Jessica and her three kids attended the premiere of the new Netflix movie Unfrosted to support Jerry, with the family happily posing together on the red carpet.

Jerry and Jessica have been married since 1999.

The couple met during her first marriage to Eric Nederlander, a scion of a powerful New York theater-owning family.

She claimed in The New York Times that she wasn’t initially interested in Jerry, and didn’t know he was married when he first approached her.

But Eric angrily accused Jessica of cheating on him with Jerry and filed for divorce in late 1998, just four months after their marriage.

“I was manipulated, deceived and completely blindsided by Jessica’s infidelity,” he fumed. Page 6“Jerry and Jessica have no respect for decent values. They both deserve each other. I will move on with my life.”

The following year, Jessica and Jerry were married on Christmas Day in a ceremony officiated by comedian George Wallace.

Jerry recently sparked backlash after making comments about how politically correct comedy has become in recent years.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus recently spoke out against Seinfeld's comments about TV comedy becoming too politically correct, blaming it on

Jerry cited several classic sitcoms when discussing political correctness and its impact on television.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus recently spoke out against Seinfeld’s comments about TV comedy becoming too politically correct, blaming it on “far-left and PC bullshit.”

The pair famously starred together in the sitcom Seinfeld, which ran for nine seasons and aired from 1989 to 1998.

The pair famously starred together in the sitcom Seinfeld, which ran for nine seasons and aired from 1989 to 1998.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has hit back at her former “Seinfeld” co-star’s suggestion that “far-left and PC shitheads” are ruining TV comedy, adding that political correctness can actually be “great.” The New York Times.

“When I hear people start complaining about political correctness, I understand that people are rebellious about it, but to me it’s a red flag, because sometimes it means something else,” Louis-Dreyfus, 63, told the magazine. “I don’t think it’s a bad thing to be aware of certain sensitivities. I don’t know how else to say it.”

In an interview with The New Yorker magazine in late April, Seinfeld complained that there are fewer comedies on TV because people are too concerned about offending others.

“It used to be that when you came home at the end of the day, most people would say, ‘Oh, Cheers is on. Oh, MASH is on. Oh, Mary Tyler Moore is on. All in the Family is on.’ You had the hope that there was something interesting to watch on TV tonight,” he told the magazine. “So, guess what? Where are those shows? This is the result of far-left and PC bullshit and people who care too much about offending other people.”

Jerry recently made headlines when he said he misses the “male-dominated” days of American pop culture and society.

Jerry and Julia co-starred in the famous sitcom Seinfeld, which aired for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998.

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