Amanda Seyfried shows off a 'handmade' mini dress designed by her six-year-old daughter Nina while skipping the 2024 Emmy Awards



Amanda Seyfried was a proud mom on Monday evening when she created a unique design for her six-year-old daughter, Nina.

The 38-year-old original Mean Girls cast member wore a short, ripped dress designed by her little one and shared a photo via Instagram.

“Celebrating the Emmy Award with a six year old's handmade creation,” the longtime actress captioned the black-and-white snapshot.

The mother of two, who also shares three-year-old son Thomas with husband Thomas Sadoski, skipped the 2024 Emmys instead of making a night of it.

In the photo posted in the app's Stories feature, she appeared with her hands on her hips and her head tilted to the side.

Amanda Seyfried was a proud mom on Monday night when she created a unique design for her six-year-old daughter, Nina.

The mother-of-two, who also shares three-year-old son Thomas with husband Thomas Sadoski, skipped the 2024 Emmys instead of spending a night in

Seyfried looked tall in the patchwork-style design, which was sleeveless and had tassels sewn along the bottom.

The photo flashed a closed smile as her blonde locks fell down her back.

She also shared on her Instagram Stories on Monday evening a snapshot of her son staring into their fireplace.

The platinum blonde toddler looked adorable as he wore a gray and white striped shirt as he stared into the flickering flames.

Amanda was recently spotted in public when she attended the 2024 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 7.

Mama Mia! Sensation looked typically stunning in a strapless black gown with a large purple ribbon at the neckline.

Although she pulled out of this year's Emmy Awards, she made an unforgettable impression in the 2022 production.

On this occasion, in which she received her first Emmy Award for her role in the movie The Dropout, she wore a dress designed by Armani Privé.

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Seyfried was in attendance at the Golden Globe Awards on January 7
Although she pulled out of this year's Emmy Awards, she made an unforgettable impression in the 2022 production; Pictured with husband Thomas Sadoski

She was also honored for her performance in the series, based on conman Elizabeth Holmes, at the 2023 Critics' Choice Awards one year ago.

Seyfried beat out an impressive group, which included: Julia Garner for Inventing Anna (Netflix), Lily James for Pam & Tommy (Hulu), Amber Midthunder for Prey (Hulu), Julia Roberts for Gaslit (Starz), and Michelle Pfeiffer for The Mrs. The first (Showtime).

Amanda happily accepted the honor as she took the stage and said: “Firstly, this is amazing.” I'm overwhelmed to be able to celebrate this show in this way and I'm really proud of it.

The mother of two went on to thank her husband, Thomas, and their two children.

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