Julia Roberts celebrates 19th anniversary with husband Danny Moder!

Actress Julia Roberts, famously known for “Runaway Bride”, celebrated 19 years of her marriage with husband Danny Moder on Sunday.

Julia not only celebrated the Independence Day, but also shared a cute selfie with her husband Daniel to mark their 19th wedding anniversary. Roberts posted the picture taken in a beach on her Instagram on Sunday, wishing her husband on their occasion. She captioned the image, “19 years ❤️🤍💙 Just getting started! #conwings😉”


A few hours later, Julia’s husband, who is a cinematographer, known for his work in “The Mexican” wished his beautiful wife via Instagram. He posted a picture of the two of them and wrote, “Today we start our 20th year of marriage. This photo was on a dusty road before that big idea … just holding on to this beautiful girl one day at a time. One epic day at a time.” To her husband’s post, Julia showered kisses in the comment section.

Actress Rita Wilson was also reacted to the post congratulated the couple in the comments section. She wrote, “Happy happy anniversary! Gotta celebrate big on 20th!”

Julia and Danny Moder first met on the set of their 2001 comedy adventure film “The Mexican”. The movie featured Julia and Brad Pitt as the lead actors, and Danny was the cinematographer for the film. They started dating and got married two years after they met. The two tied knot in a beautiful midnight and surprise wedding at Julia’s ranch in New Mexico.

Danny (52) and Julia Roberts (53) have three children together- Hazel (16), Phinnaeus (16) and Henry (14), whose names she changes to Laxmi, Ganesh and Krishna Balram respectively after she and Danny adopted Hinduism.

Before they met each other, both Julia and Danny were married to other people. Julia was briefly married to Lyle Lovett, and later got into a relationship with co-actor Benjamin Bratt after her divorce with Lovett. Meanwhile, Daniel (Danny) was married to Vera Steimberg when he met Julia. But the two got divorced and Daniel married Julia in 2004.


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