The daughters of former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo rang in the new year without their disgraced dad — choosing instead to wish for a better 2022 with the Kennedy side of their family.
Mariah Kennedy-Cuomo, 26, posted a photo on Jan. 1 of herself posing on a waterfront with twin Cara Kennedy-Cuomo, younger sister Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo and their mom, Kerry Kennedy.
The Instagram slideshow, captioned with two peace-sign emojis, also included a picture of Mariah beaming alongside grandmother Ethel Kennedy, both wearing gold and silver “Happy New Year” crowns.
The two were joined by Kerry and her sister, Courtney Kennedy Hill, in another image.
Kerry, daughter of Ethel, 93, and the late former Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, captioned the shot “Happy new year!”
In another photo, posted by Michaela Kerry, 62, poses with her mom in matching red Christmas-themed sweaters, the latter completing the look with a “Ho ho ho” pin affixed to a sparkly cardigan.
Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, 24, was with her father earlier in December to celebrate his 64th birthday, according to an image of the pared-down party posted on Instagram.
She and her older sisters also celebrated Thanksgiving with their dad.
It’s unclear where Cuomo, who split with Kerry Kennedy in 2005 after 15 years of marriage, spent Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
On Dec. 21, he posted a virtual holiday card on Instagram that included a photo of himself and his daughters posing with his mother, Matilda Cuomo.
“Thank you for your support and friendship, from our family to yours,” the caption read.