Julia Roberts is commemorating not only the Fourth of July holiday weekend but also a significant marital milestone. In honor of their nearly two-decade marriage, Julia Roberts (age 53) shared a rare photo with her husband and cinematographer Daniel Moder (age 52) on Instagram.

The Academy Award winner captioned “19 years” along with red, white, and blue heart emojis. She also wrote, “Just getting started!” with a selfie of the two on the beach. In the year 2000, Roberts and Moder met on her film “The Mexican.” On July 4, 2002, they married in Taos, New Mexico.

Julia Roberts is commemorating July holiday weekend and significant marital milestone.
Julia Roberts’s Instagram post.
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Michelle Obama celebrates Independence Day, and Malia Obama’s birthday is also on July 4. The artist, who is notoriously private about her personal life, gushed People about her 2017 marriage to Moder.

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Roberts told the outlet at the time, “I mean every day my husband walks in the door it’s like a recurring dream.” “I’m like, ‘Ah, he’s back!‘” she added.

The actress’s husband shared a sweet family photo with Roberts and their children in May 2019. He expressed himself as follows: “That pretty mama in the middle. We love you so much.” Roberts and Moder are parents to 16-year-old twins Hazel Patricia Moder and Phinnaeus Walter Moder and 14-year-old Henry Daniel Moder.

Julia Roberts and Daniel  Moder are parents to 16-year-old twins Hazel Patricia Moder and Phinnaeus Walter Moder and 14-year-old Henry Daniel Moder.
Julia Roberts’s husband Daniel Moder’s Instagram Post.
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In a March 2019 interview with The Guardian, the actress stated that “Pretty Woman,” the iconic film that catapulted her to fame, would not fare well in today’s world. She explained that the romantic comedy from 1990 wouldn’t hold up in the #MeToo era, nearly 30 years later.

Roberts said, “A lot has changed in the industry” and added, “I don’t really think you could make that movie now, right? … So many things you could poke a hole in.” She stayed, “But I don’t think it takes away from people being able to enjoy it.”

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