Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness are one of those unwavering Hollywood couples who have stood the test of time and still seem blissfully in love after decades together.
Still, it's rare you'll catch either husband or wife gushing over one another, instead keeping their private life, as many celebs do, relatively private.
A very special occasion, however, has warranted quite the dedicate post from the Wolverine actor who took the time to praise his better half.
Marking their 25th wedding anniversary, Hugh has taken to Instagram to share a rare tribute to Deb that will pull at your heart strings.
"Being married to you Deb is as natural as breathing. From nearly the moment we met ... I knew our destiny was to be together," he began.
"In our 25 years - our love has only grown deeper. The fun, excitement and adventure more exhilarating; the learning even greater.
"I'm forever grateful to share our love, our life - and, our family together. We've only just begun. Deb, I love you with all my heart!"
The talented husband and wife duo also share two kids together, both of whom they adopted.
But behind their seemingly picture-perfect lives, the couple struggled to start a family with Deb going through several miscarriages and failed rounds of IVF.
"We did IVF and Deb had a couple of miscarriages. I'll never forget it, the miscarriage thing… It happens to one in three pregnancies. But it's very, very rarely talked about. It's almost secretive," Hugh explained of their heartbreaking fertility journey during an appearance on Katie Couric's talk show Katie in 2012.
Hugh and Deborra initially started to look at adopting within Australia but were forced to move their search to America as a result of complicated local adoption laws.
They are now the proud parents to 16-year-old daughter, Ava Eliot Jackman, and 21-year-old son, Oscar Maximilian Jackman.
"I don't think of them as adopted – they're our children. We feel things happened the way they are meant to. Obviously, biologically wasn't the way we were meant to have children," the Wolverine star told the Herald Sun of his family unit.