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Julia Roberts shared a glimpse of her decades-long marriage to Danny Moder with a snap on Instagram celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary on July 4.
The 54-year-old Oscar-winning actress posted a charming photo The couple hugged each other sweetly with the caption “Twenty”.
She added a few hashtags to the shot in which Moder’s hand hugs her neck lovingly and shows his wedding ring, including “can’t stop laughing” and “can’t stop kissing.”
Julia’s bright red hair was tied back with tassels that fell down her back as she leaned in for an intimate moment with her partner.
Her niece, Emma Roberts, daughter of acting legend Eric Roberts, couldn’t help but throw a few heart emojis over the post, which received dozens of likes from adoring fans.
Roberts and Moder first met on the set of the 2001 film “The Mexican,” in which she co-starred with Brad Pitt. Moder used to be a cinematographer.
The “Pretty Woman” star was previously married to country artist Lyle Lovett from 1993-95.
Love definitely came when they tied the knot shortly after Moder completed the divorce proceedings with Vera Steimberg. The couple married on her ranch in Taos, New Mexico in 2002.
She discussed their big anniversary earlier this year while chatting on SiriusXM’s “The Jess Cagle Show” when she announced: “This year, this summer. Danny’s twenty years of kissing Moder.”
When asked how she planned to celebrate, she simply replied: “Kiss more”.
The “Steel Magnolias” actress told the New York Times earlier this year that she’s strayed from her legendary rom-com status quo, and consider themselves a “housewife” after raising her children out of the limelight.
She has more weight in projects and won’t just pick any movie, which is why it was a bit of a surprise when she returned to the silver screen to star alongside George Clooney in “Ticket to Paradise” ” later this year.
Roberts admitted: “It can’t be another 20 years.
“But I’ve also had three kids in the last 18 years. That adds to the opinion because then it’s not just ‘Is this material any good?’ It’s also the math equation of my husband’s work schedule and the kids’ school and summer vacations. It’s not just, ‘Oh, I think I want to do this.’
Roberts makes it clear that her choice to pursue different creative outlets “wasn’t by design, because I didn’t find something that interested me. I was amazed as the years went by. how fast.”
“Sometimes people misinterpret the time that has passed that I don’t do a romantic comedy because I don’t want to make one,” she added. “If I’ve read something that I think is ‘Notting Hill’ or ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’ level of madcap fun, I’ll do it.”