Jimmy Fallon Celebrates Christmas with Sweet Family Photo of Wife and Daughters

Jimmy Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen share daughters Winnie, 8, and Frances, 7

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Photo: Jimmy Fallon/Instagram

Jimmy Fallon and his family are ready for Christmas!

On Saturday, the comedian shared a sweet selfie of his family ahead of the holiday.

In the photo, Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen stand in the sun with their two daughters — Winnie Rose, 8, and Frances Cole, 7 — while their youngest child holds up a doll.

"Merry Christmas from the Fallon's!! (The girl with the pink hair is of no relation)," Fallon teases.

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Last month, the Tonight Show host chatted with PEOPLE about starring in Frito-Lay's "Share More Joy" campaign with his wife and their daughters. "There's a fun childlike wonder to it, and there's a sweetness to it," Fallon said of the spot.

Fallon said he was initially reluctant about letting his girls appear onscreen. "I go, 'I don't know, man.' Not about them getting [in] the business, but I don't know if they're good actors," he said. "They're not actor kids. I don't know if they're going to be good, this might waste everyone's time."

It was Juvonen, whom he married in 2007, that convinced him to make the commercial a family affair. "And then my wife, who really doesn't like to be on camera, she's more behind the scenes, she's a producer ... But I asked her, I'm like, 'What do you think?'" Fallon recalled.

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"And she was like, 'I think you gotta, the kids are cute. If the kids are doing it, I'm going to do it too, so let's just do it as a family.' It turned out to be great. They were good actors. My girls got a good laugh."

The Saturday Night Live alum said that he likes to go all out when it comes to celebrating Christmas with his girls. "I spoil them a little bit. Just more than I had when I was a kid," he shared.

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