October 18, 2018 11:28 PM

Jamie Lee Curtis is sharing a special moment with her fans.

The 59-year-old actress posted a rare photograph of herself with her entire family — her husband Christopher Guest, and their two children Annie, 31, and Thomas, 22 — on Instagram Thursday.

The group was at the premiere of Curtis’ upcoming Halloween before its nationwide release on Friday.

The actress captioned the photo with a sweet message, “The most important part of my work is the people I get to come home from that work to.”

“My daughter, Annie, my son, Tom and my husband, Christopher offered me love and support last night and I am so lucky to call them mine. @halloweenmovie,” she wrote.

Curtis — who’s been married to Best in Show director Guest, 70, for 33 years — has hit red carpets with her kids and husband over the years, but rarely has the entire family posed together. In January 2017, Curtis shared a photo of herself and Annie, a dance teacher, at a rally in Los Angeles and shared another photo of herself and Thomas ,who works in the video game industry, at a premiere earlier that month.

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Christopher Guest, Jamie Lee Curtis, Annie Guest and Janet Leigh in 1998
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In 1998, Curtis’ daughter, her husband and her mom — Hollywood legend Janet Leigh — joined her when she got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Curtis is revisiting her role as Laurie Strode 40 years after the original Halloween film came out in 1978.

The new film centers on Michael Myers breaking out of prison and returning to Haddonfield where Curtis’ Strode is waiting for him.

Curtis stars with Judy Greer and Andi Matichak, who portray her daughter and granddaughter, respectively.

“I don’t know if 40 years ago I would have ever thought that Laurie Strode would have a daughter, let alone a granddaughter,” Curtis said at PEOPLE and EW’s TIFF studio in September.

“I just don’t think I ever took it that far. Trauma is a generational disease because it affects everybody in the family. So that’s what I think is so exciting about [this film]. They’ve explored that through the relationships between mother, daughter, granddaughter.”

Halloween is in theaters Friday.

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