Celebrity Celebrity Families Who Celebrate Both Christmas and Hanukkah "Chrismukkah" exists beyond The O.C.! Here are some famous families who celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah By Sophie Dodd Updated on December 16, 2022 04:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 07 Pink and Carey Hart Singer Pink and former pro motorcycle racer Carey Hart, who wed in 2006, have raised their daughter Willow Sage and son Jameson Moon to celebrate traditions of both Pink's Jewish background and Hart's Christian one. On Instagram, Pink has shared snaps of the family's Christmas tree and menorah over the years. 02 of 07 Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg Jamie Chung/Instagram Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg's 2015 wedding on Halloween incorporated traditions from both their heritages. At the start of Hanukkah 2021, Chung posted a photo of the family's menorah — marking the start of their twins' first holiday season. 03 of 07 Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher C Flanigan/FilmMagic/Getty Images The former That '70s Show costars and real-life couple celebrate both holidays with kids Wyatt and Dimitri. Mila Kunis stated that while she was raised Jewish and Ashton Kutcher Christian, she began celebrating Christmas when she moved to America. "Coming to America is when you realize Christmas has a magical quality to it," the Bad Moms star shared with Entertainment Tonight in 2017. "In Russia, back in the day, it was a very religious holiday, so you don't celebrate Christmas if you're not Christian and if you're not at Mass. So I, being Jewish, was like, 'Christmas is not for you.'" After moving here, her family felt like the holiday was more inclusive, with Kunis revealing they "literally bought a Christmas tree." "So, as far as tradition goes, my family's big on any excuse to get the family together and get drunk," Kunis added. 04 of 07 Eugene Levy and Deborah Divine Paul Archuleta/WireImage Similar to his and Catherine O'Hara's characters' interfaith celebration on Schitt's Creek, Eugene Levy (who is Jewish) and his wife Deborah Divine (who is Christian) also celebrate both holidays in real life. His son and costar, Dan, joked about the duality on Twitter in 2012, writing, "One half of me is celebrating Hanukkah, the other half is decorating a tree. My body is confused. #halfie #chrismukkah." 05 of 07 Tamron Hall and Steven Greener Steven Greener (L) and Tamron Hall. Tamron Hall/Instagram Since tying the knot and welcoming son Moses in 2019, Tamron Hall told PEOPLE that she and Steven Greener are raising their little one to embrace tradition from both his parents' heritages. "He's Jewish, so we had a bris here at the house," Hall said of the Jewish ceremony of circumcision for their son. Hall continued, "My mom nearly passed out. We had both grandparents on each side there, and he's going to Texas to have a Christening or a Confirmation at my mom's Southern Baptist church. We've just combined our life experience, and we want to teach him tradition." 06 of 07 Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky Neilson Barnard/Getty Author and advocate Chelsea Clinton, who was raised Methodist, wed Marc Mezvinsky, who is Jewish, in 2010. While Clinton didn't convert, she has documented the pair celebrating Hanukkah with their kids Charlotte, Jasper and Aidan over the years. "Getting ready to light our menorah and sending peace and light (and health) from our family to yours," she captioned a photo of their menorah on Twitter in December 2020. 07 of 07 Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas Dia Dipasupil/Getty Ginnifer Goodwin, who was raised Jewish, reconnected with her faith in 2013, but she and her husband, Once Upon a Time costar Josh Dallas, still celebrate the Christmas season with their sons Oliver and Hugo.