Allison Holker Boss is infusing her summer vacation with a touch of magic!
On Tuesday, the 35-year-old professional dancer shared snapshots from her family’s trip to Walt Disney World, capturing moments in front of the iconic Cinderella Castle and meeting Mickey Mouse at Magic Kingdom Park’s Town Square Theater.
The Instagram pictures showcased Holker Boss enjoying the Orlando theme park alongside her son Maddox, 7, and daughters Weslie, 15, and Zaia, 3.
Holker Boss is a proud mother to these three children, whom she shares with her late husband Stephen “tWitch” Boss, who sadly passed away in December 2022 at the age of 40. Accompanying the sweet pictures, she captioned them “DISNEYWORLD” with a blue heart emoji.
Disney holds a special place in Holker Boss’s heart and her family’s. She and Boss collaborated on a children’s book for Disney Publishing Worldwide, set to be released on January 16, 2024, and available for pre-order now.
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In a conversation in May, the Dancing with the Stars alum spoke about the book, titled Keep Dancing Through: A Boss Family Groove.
“I had always dreamt of publishing a children’s book. The idea first came to me years ago when I had my oldest daughter, Weslie,” she said. “A couple of years ago, I thought, ‘Let’s do it!’ Let’s showcase who we are through storytelling.”
Holker Boss revealed that they began working on the book in the summer of 2021, and she expressed immense pride in their creation, stating, “It’s something that I hope people can truly connect with and understand our family’s essence.”
Since her husband’s passing, who she described as the “backbone of our family,” Holker Boss has focused on nurturing a culture of “open communication” with her children.
“I’m trying to teach them—and myself—that experiencing anger or sadness doesn’t make us bad people, we navigate this journey together, and that demands trust and vulnerability.”
“We rely on each other for support because every day brings new emotions,” she added. “And not just day by day, but moment by moment. You never know when a memory or thought might trigger your emotions, so we communicate with each other constantly. We want to be okay—and we are okay—but it requires constant effort and teamwork.”