Murk Ruffalo celebrates 23 years of marriage.
On Sunday, the actor posted a sweet homage to his wife, Sunrise Coigney, and a black and white vintage wedding photo on their wedding anniversary.
“Happy 23 years my friend, partner, darling,” 55-year-old Ruffalo wrote to the mother of three. “Everything beautiful in our life comes from you. You keep this messy venture on track.”
“I admire you and love you, avengers star added.
Comedians Amy Schumer and Chelsea Handler stopped by the comments section to share some fire and heart emojis to congratulate the couple.
Ruffalo and Coigney, 50, first met in 1998 in Los Angeles and were married in 2000. Together they have 21-year-old Keen sons and two daughters, 17-year-old Bella Noche and 15-year-old Odette.
Praising his wife in a 2021 post, Ruffalo acknowledged the retail store owner’s superior mothering skills: “Mornings, breakfasts, lunches, play dates and school chores, and all the ups and downs of raising children, the gains and losses. the joys and tears. everything. . thanks for always being there, especially when you have to do it alone. being a mom isn’t easy.”
In a 2019 interview, the proud husband told PEOPLE how much he appreciates everything his wife does, and described his wife as a “hero” as she takes on more responsibility at home, especially on set.
“Busy. Busy. When my wife is gone and I have to take care of everything … laundry alone is enough to destroy you,” Ruffalo joked at the time.
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The Louisiana native and Wisconsin-born actor first met on the street in Los Angeles For Ruffalo, it was love at first sight, he explains. Men’s Magazine“I saw her and said, ‘I’m going to marry that girl.
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Ruffalo said Coigney supported him in the early years of his career, before he was successful in Hollywood. “I was living in a converted garage and that’s what he was there for, playing games,” he added. “He believed me.”