'Shark Tank' Star Mark Cuban’s Rare Instagram Caused Fans to Get Super Emotional

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'Shark Tank' Star Mark Cuban’s Rare Instagram Caused Fans to Get Super Emotional

Mark Cuban might be best known as a billionaire entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor. But beneath all of that fame, he’s just another dad celebrating his first-born graduating.

Caught in between nostalgia and awe, Mark simply can’t wrap his head around the fact that his 19-year-old daughter, Alexis, is rounding out her secondary education this spring. Mark and his wife, Tiffany, have three kids together: Alexis, Alyssa, 15 and Jake, 12.

“Can’t believe you are graduating. 😍😍😍,” he captioned a sweet Instagram video of his daughter growing up over the years. What's more, he set the clip to the sound TikTok trending sound called “The firstborn daughter is always the female version of her father." If you ask us, this only proves just how in-the-know Mark is.

Knowing exactly how he feels, parents from across the internet flooded Mark’s Instagarm comments section with congratulations and support.

“Everyone tells ya they grow up too fast...and then there they are all grown. 😭💞 May the next chapter in life be filled with exciting wonderful adventures and opportunities,” one fan exclaimed. “This hit me in the feels Mark. 🥺 I just had my first baby girl and I’m already obsessed ❤️,” another fan wrote. “Mine too! Bittersweet! Congratulations to your senior,” someone else commented.

While some people might think that Mark would be far too busy to make time for all the small family moments, he proves time and time again that, above all else, his family means everything to him.

Although the ABC star may understandably feel emotional about the special moment and he may miss learning TikTok dance moves from Alexis — the good news is that he will still has the rest of his family back at home. So, he’s not an empty nester quite yet!

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