Michael J. Fox’s four children have broken the heartbreaking news.

Michael J. Fox has had a successful career in the entertainment industry, but when no one is watching, he is the definition of a family guy.

He has four children who are now adults, so he and his devoted wife Tracy Pollan have had their hands full.

It is quite heartwarming to see the help the kids give their father. At the age of 29, Michael received a Parkinson’s disease diagnosis; yet, they went on to have other children. Michael was already a father of one. At the age of 29, Michael was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which put a stop to his career in show business.

Four children—Esme, 20, Aquinnah and Schuyler, identical twins who are both 27 years old, and Sam, 33—were born to the couple during their marriage since 1988.

They all try to avoid the spotlight whenever possible, unlike their father. The only one of them with a publically accessible personal Instagram account is the oldest sibling.

The sole son of the musician, who also happens to be Michael’s doppelganger, frequently informs his fans on his family life and posts images of the performer.

Sam, Michael’s oldest child, is an exact replica of his father.

Sam never misses an opportunity to show his father how much he loves and values him on his birthday.

Despite the fact that not much is known about them, Michael’s twins have participated in a number of public appearances with their father to promote awareness of Parkinson’s disease and display a cohesive appearance.

The Back to the Future actor was gracious enough to them on their most recent birthday.

In the caption of one of his Instagram photos, he said, “Twice the love, a hundred times the laughs.” “Today is my darling girls’ birthday, happy birthday. You have my utmost love.”

The Michaels are a very close-knit family, and Michael takes great pleasure in being a father.

In 2019, when her parents’ youngest child departed for college, they officially became empty-nesters, but because to the COVID-19 outbreak, they were all compelled to move to Long Island and live together.

In an interview he gave in 2020, he said, “We were generally linger-after-dinner types anyway, and now we were staying and speaking about what people were going through.”

Putting together jigsaw puzzles, watching Tracy prepare a feast, and mingling with the other guests, including these amazing children and this wonderful lady. “I have a hard time accepting that this is my life.”

Michael clearly enjoys spending time with his family, but he just told them that his cherished mother, Phyllis Fox, had passed away at the age of 92. As a result, there was a severe loss for his entire family.

He continues to struggle with his health as the discovery takes place. Since learning that he had Parkinson’s disease, Michael has dedicated his life to finding a cure. Over the years, he has raised more than $1 billion in donations to support this cause.