Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher in Italy.
On Tuesday, 51-year-old Baron Cohen and 47-year-old Fisher were seen holding hands as they strolled through Rome.
The long-time couple were seen leaning for a kiss and smiling while walking through Italy’s capital. Fisher wore a purple polka dot dress that was tied around the waist with a brown belt, while Baron Cohen wore white jeans, a button-down shirt, and a fedora that matched his Nike sneakers.
Baron Cohen and Fisher first met at a party in Sydney, Australia in 2001, long before Fisher debuted in her 2005 role. Wedding Crashers and comedian Baron Cohen gained worldwide fame with his 2006 movie. borate
“It was hilarious. We were at a very posh party, and he and I bonded together about busting the other people at the party,” Baron Cohen said in an interview in 2020. New York Times. “I got it instantly. I don’t know if you knew.”
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The couple got engaged in 2004 and gave birth to their first child, daughter Olive, in October 2007. British-born Baron Cohen and Australian actress Fisher got married on 15 March 2010 in an intimate ceremony in Paris.
In the 13 years since their wedding, the couple has given birth to two more children: daughter Elula, whose name means “August” in Hebrew, and son Montgomery, born in March 2015.
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Baron Cohen celebrated his wife’s birthday with a photo he shared on Instagram on February 3.
“Isla looks at me and thinks, ‘ten more of these and I might find her a little bit attractive,'” the actor and comedian wrote in the photo. “Happy birthday my darling.”
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In November, Fisher stated that he believed “it’s nice to keep some things to yourself”. Australian Women’s Week about his tendency to keep the details of his personal life private.
When asked about the secret to her relationship with Baron Cohen, Fisher said, “I get nervous talking about it because I feel like I didn’t live my relationship in public and talk about how we met or really talk about our marriage in public. It has remained something special and valuable to me.”
“I don’t know if that’s the secret. But having a shared ability to find humor in the sharpness of life will always bring connection,” he added. “Also, I think it’s good to keep some things to yourself.”