Celebrities celebrates Valentine’s Day just like everyone else, and these social media posts show just how.

CELEBRITY VALENTINE’S DAY POSTS

Kim Kardashian and many others are already posting about the day of love on their social media accounts. Kardashian shared a video hugging a huge teddy bear and some heart-shaped chocolates before saying “Happy Valentine’s Day CR Fashion Book, which sent gifts to various followers prior to the holiday.

Reese Witherspoon posted a cute family photo of herself in a pink dress holding the hands of her sons Deacon Phillippe and Tennessee Toth. “Me and my Valentines” she captioned the shot. She also shouted out her fashion company Draper James for making her dress.

Me and my Valentines! 💖 (👗: @DraperJames)

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Zac Efron posted a looped gif of someone doing a stunt by jumping out of a window. “I’m literally falling for you,” he wrote, adding a heart and sunglasses emoji for emphasis.

Alyssa Milano wrote a note more about the power of love worldwide than simply being in love. “I love you. Pass it on to those you love, and drown out all the hate in the world!” she posted with the hashtag #LoveIsLouder.

Camila Cabello read a little Valentine’s Day poem for MTV’s TRL, which was posted on the TRL account. “Roses are red, violets are blue, half of my heart is in Havana, but the other half is with you,” she said, pointing at the camera. She is, however, currently dating relationship advice expert Matthew Hussey.

Olympian Tom Daley and husband Dustin Lance Black are expecting a child and chose this Valentine’s Day to share the news. “A very happy #ValentinesDay from ours to yours,” Black, a filmmaker, wrote on Twitter with a photo of the sonogram.

Rebecca Minkoff, Jim GaffiganLili Reinhart and Chip Gaines also added their own posts. “No such thing as a ‘perfect marriage.’ For me, its always been simple: commitment. Every morning I wake up committed, and pray that she chooses the same. And so today, again, I choose my beautiful bride. To have and to hold.. till death do us part. #HappyValentinesDay sweet girl!” Gaines said, dedicated to his wife.

Companies also got into the loving spirit today with cute posts. NASA posted a picture of the moon and Earth that said, “I love you to the moon and back. {477,710 miles to be exact.}” They made it available to download and send to a loved one as an e-valentine. The NASA Voyager probe’s official Twitter account also wrote a humorous post: “We’ve got the ultimate long distance relationship, Earth. I took this picture of you on #ValentinesDay 1990, when I was just 4 billion miles away.”

Marvel did the same thing, but posted four different cards for fans to choose from. “You’re my heart,” reads one, over a cartoon image of Iron Man’s chest. “We are Groot,” says another. “Because we ❤️ you,” reads the caption on the post.

Soccer teams Bristol City FC and Chelsea FC both posted hilarious .gifs to their pages.