Friendly exes! Melanie Griffith reunites with Antonio Banderas at daughter's graduation

Exes Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith Reunite

She may be getting her Antonio heart tattoo removed, but Melanie Griffith still has a little love for her ex Antonio Banderas.

The 57-year-old actress reunited with Banderas, 54, at their daughter Stella's high school graduation on Sunday, and all seemed amicable.

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"Mama, Stella and Papi," Griffith wrote with a photo of her daughter and thePuss and Boots actor. "Our angel is amazing. Beginning the next chapter of her life! Freedom!!"

Griffith captured lots of moments from the family celebration and had no problem posting pics of her ex to her Instagram.

"Father and daughter celebrating at Bacclaureate luncheon!" she captioned a pic of Stella with her dad. "So sweet!!"

Another photo of Griffith and her daughter showed that the actress still has a band-aid over her tattoo where Banderas' first name used to be before she started erasing it. "Stella and Mama at Graduation luncheon #proudmama," she wrote.

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Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson, Griffith's daughter with ex Don Johnson, was also around for the festivities. "Me and my fabulous kids! Stella, Alexander, and Dakota," the proud mom wrote. "My joy, my heart, my life is theirs."

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In June 2014, Griffith filed for divorce from Banderas after 18 years of marriage. The two first met in 1995 while working on the film Too Much.

Griffith isn't the only star to get a regrettable tattoo. Check out how Nick Cannon and other star's are covering up their ink:

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