You'll Have a Hard Time Not Obsessing Over Meryl Streep and Don Gummer's Gorgeous Family

Meryl Streep and Don Gummer are coming up on 39 years of marriage in September, and much like their romance, we love getting glimpses of their sweet family life. Meryl and Don have four children together: daughters Louisa, Grace, and Mamie and son Henry. Both Grace and Mamie are actresses, while Louisa is a model and Henry is a musician. In 2006, Meryl opened up about the importance of family, telling Parade magazine, "I think I was wired for family. You know how they say people are wired for religion, or wired for this or that? I always knew I would like to, if I could find the right person, have a family." Take a look at the brood's best moments.

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Meryl gave Louisa a sweet kiss on the cheek at the NYC premiere of Mamma Mia! in 2008.

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Meryl hit the red carpet with husband Don and daughter Louisa at the 2013 Oscars.

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Meryl and Grace kept close at the LA premiere of Suffragette in 2015.

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Meryl and Henry flashed sweet smiles at the opening night of Shakespeare in the Park's Mother Courage and Her Children in 2006.

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Meryl and Grace hit the NYC premiere of A Prairie Home Companion hand in hand.

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All three of Meryl's daughters joined her in celebrating the premiere of The Devil Wears Prada in 2006.

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Meryl and Louisa looked lovely at the 2007 Golden Globe Awards.

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Mamie and Meryl made quite the stunning duo at an NYC jazz event in 2006.

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In 2014, Meryl and Louisa made a stylish pair at the NYC premiere of The Giver.

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Meryl and Louisa struck a cute pose at the 2004 Emmy Awards.

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In 2007, Meryl was joined by Don and Grace at the Academy Awards.

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In 2017, Meryl and Mamie looked like twins when they attended the Costume Designers Guild Awards in LA.

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Meryl and Louisa coordinated ensembles for the Oscars in 2009.

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In 1999, Don and daughter Mamie accompanied Meryl to the 1999 Oscars.

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Meryl and Mamie held hands at a charity event in NYC in 2015.

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The entire family was on hand to support Meryl when she received the AFI Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004.