Happy Thanksgiving from Fergie and family

Fergie and her family posed as the Village People for a Thanksgiving card.

The 38-year-old singer celebrated the US holiday on Thursday with her 41-year-old husband Josh Duhamel, their three-month-old son Axl Jack and their pet pooch Zoe, and they posted the special card on Twitter of the family recreating the pop group's famous 'Y.M.C.A.' dance moves.

Josh tweeted: "Lots to be thankful for. Have a great 'my pants don't fit' day!! (sic)", and attached an image which shows the family's faces imposed on cartoon figures of the band - whose members dressed as a variety of characters including a policeman, a Native American, a cowboy and a construction worker among others.

The Black Eyed Peas star - who re-tweeted the post - is the Native American chief, Josh is a police officer and Axl is a construction worker.

Fergie also sent her love to band mate apl.de.ap - real name Allan Pineda - who celebrated his birthday on November 28.

She said: "Sending a special #thanksgivingbirthday #shoutout 2 my @bep bro @apldeap (sic)"

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