Brigitte Nielsen poses with her daughter Frida, 5, in a rare photo celebrating her 60th birthday

Brigitte Neilsen is 60 and looks fabulous, posing happily with the youngest of her five children

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Brigitte Nielsen rang in 60 with her favorite people.

The actress mom celebrated her 60th birthday by giving a rare glimpse into her family life with her husband Mattia Dessi, 44, and their daughter, Frida, 5.

Mom and daughter pose in matching blue and white dresses, each holding a bag with Disney Princesses that read “Courage Rocks.”

Nielsen looks at her daughter, smiling and touching her cheek as Frida poses for the camera with pink sunglasses perched on her head, holding a paper fan in her other hand.

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Nielsen and Dessi, who married in 2006, welcomed Frida on Friday, June 22, 2018 in Los Angeles. They told PEOPLE at the time, “We are thrilled to welcome our beautiful daughter into our lives. It’s been a long road and it’s been worth it. We’ve never been more in love.”

Nielsen had announced her pregnancy on social media in May that year, showing off her baby bump in a tight gray dress. And after Frida was born, she opened up to PEOPLE about how motherhood was a little harder due to her advanced maternal age.

“It’s such a long road,” explained the star, who has spent more than 10 years undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. “What I want women to know is that anything is possible, but you have to be realistic.”

Nielsen said shortly after meeting Dessi that she began planning for their future together by freezing her eggs at age 40. “If you don’t want to use [donor] eggs, you need to save your own eggs at a reasonable age for there to be a possibility,” she said. “I wouldn’t even bother trying after 42 years.

Speaking of the “big trip,” the star added, “Another thing is that it’s expensive. It’s not easy or cheap if you do it my way. I want people to know that.”

Frida is the youngest of Nielsen’s five children and his only daughter. She is also a mom to adult sons Raoul Meyer Jr., 27, Douglas Meyer, 30, Killian Gastineau, 33, and Julian Winding, 39.

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