The Australian actress and author Isla Fisher celebrates her 20 years of successful marriage with her husband Sacha Baron Cohen!
For this year’s anniversary celebration, the couple decided to visit the place where they had one of their best dates.
The beautiful couple who share 3 children, Elula, eight, Olive one, and Montgomery, four, drank to the two decades journey they have had together. For the celebration, the duo returned to the place where they met for the first time, “it was lovely to return to a place they had such fond memories of” said the ‘Confessions of a Shopaholic’ star.
During Australia’s ‘Today’ show, the star mommy said, “We went away to a place for the night that is somewhere we had been early on in our relationship when we first went to California.
“So it was just nice to go back there, and it was actually just amazing.”
Isla Fisher admits how much she feels grateful for being married to her amazing husband during the show.
“You do count the years, but they do all of a sudden get to 20. It’s a lot, it’s a lot” she joked.
“But I’m very grateful” she added.
The ‘Home and Away’ commented on her marriage after the couple reflected on their two decades of the lovely journey.
On individual posts on Instagram, the couple wrote a caption alongside a bunch of throwback photos that read, “Happy Anniversary. 20 YEARS.”
“If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart. I’ll stay there forever” she added to her brief post.
Sacha Baron Cohen used a similar caption with a slight improvisation. His anniversary post’s caption reads, “Happy Anniversary my love. I’m writing this rather than getting you a card. Our duration is largely due to our location – after all Hollywood is the bastion of lengthy marriages.”
A few years back, Isla joked about the secret behind her successful marriage, saying their, “longevity as a couple was down to their synchronized snacking technique”.
The ‘Wedding Crashers’ cast member took to Instagram to wish the couple, “Happy eighteen-year anniversary babes! A lot of people have asked me the secret to our longevity, and I say; it’s all in the synchronized snacking technique.”
Previously, the Australian actress opens up about how her family life ot affected when she initially shifted to the US. She also admitted that “juggling” career and family was not easy in LA.
“There’s not really a culture of bringing your kids to dinner parties or to restaurants past 6pm. I tend to entertain at home because I want to be with my family – it’s easier to put your kids to bed and have a wine with friends”, she said.