Angel and Nick Carter Celebrate First Easter After Sister BJ’s Death

Nick Carter and his sister Angel Carter are celebrating Easter together

Published Time: 01.04.2024 - 03:31:05 Modified Time: 01.04.2024 - 03:31:05

Nick Carter and his sister Angel Carter are celebrating Easter together.

The siblings posted photos on their respective Instagram accounts on Sunday as they spent the holiday together with their spouses and children.

"Hoppy Easter from our family to you, and all your loved ones. ????????," Nick, 44, captioned a photo on his Instagram grid in which his entire family posed with a brown Easter bunny wearing a yellow tuxedo.

The "I Want It That Way" singer stood on one side of the bunny. He held his oldest daughter, Saoirse, 4, beside his wife, Lauren Kitt Carter. Lauren held onto her 7-year-old son Odin's shoulders.

Angel's daughter Harper Noelle, 5, stood in the bunny's arms as her mom held Nick's youngest child, Pearl, 2 1/2. Angel's husband, Corey Conrad, stood behind his wife.

Over on her Instagram grid, Angel, 36, posted an adults-only photo in which she posed between her brother and her husband, with Lauren on the far left.

"Happy Easter 🐰," she captioned the photo in which she wore a floral dress and cardigan sweater. Lauren was dressed in a tan trench c -

oat, Nick wore a blue suit and Corey kept it casual in a blue sweater and jeans.

Angel also posted photos from the holiday on her Instagram Story.

Nick and Angel are the last surviving children of their parents, Bob and Jane Carter, since their sister Bobbie Jean "BJ" Carter died in December 2023 at the age of 41.

The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner Department said in February that BJ died "of “intoxication by the combined effects of fentanyl and methamphetamine."

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A year before BJ's death, Angel's twin brother, singer Aaron Carter, died at the age of 34 in November 2022 from "drowning after inhaling difluoroethane and taking alprazolam, the generic form of brand-name Xanax," according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner.

The first Carter sibling to die was singer Leslie Carter. The "Like Whoa" singer died of an apparent overdose in 2012 when she was 25.

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