CHRISTINA Aguilera gushed over how "proud" she is of her son, Max, 12, for graduating.
The mom of two posted a pic with her pre-teen while they were hanging poolside.
Christina captioned a pic with Max: "My graduate! so proud of you my love!
"And sending love and congrats to all the grads out there during this time!"
The Grammy Award-winning artist was seen in the pool wearing pink sunglasses and matching lipstick with her hair pulled up.
Back in January, the 39-year-old also celebrated Max's birthday, posting on Instagram: "I'll never grow tired of celebrating the most incredible, amazing person you are…have become and continue to be.
"You have the biggest heart and caring nature, which I'm so proud of seeing and hearing from others who experience being around you – because those are rare, natural instincts that can’t be taught!
"You just have a special way of making the room light up, commanding attention & bringing new ideas and laughter to any conversation or situation you’re in.
"I love being your mom – thanks for constantly teaching ME new things in life and things about myself through knowing you, loving you and watching you grow. I can’t wait to experience all the adventures ahead for you and what exciting things life brings your way.
"I know whatever lies ahead, you will always dive headfirst in knowing yourself, navigating the path you want to be on and sharing the light you shine no matter where you go! Happy birthday!!!!!! Love you so much Max."
Christina shares Max with her ex-husband Jordan Bratman.
She and her fiance, Matthew Rutler, also have a five-year-old daughter, Summer.
The couple has been together since 2010 and got engaged in 2014.
Last fall, Christina told Haute Living of her journey with motherhood: "I'm a huge kid at heart, and they give me the opportunity to play and be able to instill and encourage their imaginations.
"You're part of these amazing little people's lives, and it teaches you patience and teaches you things about yourself that you don't like, that you want to work on."
She went on: "It's a constant journey of learning. They teach me so much and they challenge me all the time to be better."
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