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Tiffiny Hall’s sweet tribute to husband Ed Kavalee comes with an equally hilarious throwback photo

They do say blondes have more fun...

By Maddison Hockey
We're very used to funny man Ed Kavalee making us laugh with his antics on hit show Have You Been Paying Attention? but this time it's his wife, Tiffiny Hall, that's got us giggling.
The fitness guru and former Biggest Loser trainer has taken to Instagram to share two hilarious throwback photos of herself and Ed when they first met to commemorate their sixth wedding anniversary.
Look at those locks! (Instagram)
The loved-up snaps show both Ed and Tiffiny rocking blonde locks, and it strikes an uncanny resemblance to another celebrity couple…
"Remember the time we tried matching hairstyles to be like Gwyneth and Brad @therealedkavalee? Yeah, that happened 😂 Happy 6th wedding anniversary blondie 😘 Love you #2010" Tiffiny wrote.
Bring back the blonde, we say! (Instagram)
The 36-year-old is, of course, referencing Brad and Gwen's iconic matching blonde pixie cuts worn while dating in the 90s.
Iconic. (Getty)
The low-key couple have fast become a favourite amongst fans, and it's easy to see why.
Even the way the couple met was down-right adorable.
Enamoured with Tiffiny, who was on Channel Seven's Gladiators at the time, Ed concocted a plan to meet and woo his future wife.
Ed had a crush on the Gladiator star. (Channel Seven)
Ed had never met Tiff in person, but was so enamoured by her on TV that he orchestrated a way for the pair to meet.
"They were filming Gladiators at the showgrounds and I was working at Nova," Ed told news.com.au in 2018.
"I said, 'Can I go and interview the Angel Gladiator because she's so hot?' So we actually met when I interviewed her when she was a Gladiator, but she didn't remember meeting me."
The couple now share a son, Arnold. (Instagram)
As his crush on Tiff deepened, Ed set out to find other excuses to chat to the woman who would go on to become his wife.
"I was doing fill-in radio and I got her to come in for an interview like three times in a row," Ed said.
"The third time the publicist at Channel Seven goes to me, 'It's getting a bit ridiculous that you keep asking Tiffiny in.' And Tiff turned to me and said, 'Yeah, it is ridiculous. When are you just going to ask me out?' And that's how we got together."

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