They're one of showbiz's strongest couples and now Jamie and Jools Oliver are celebrating 20 years together by renewing their vows.
The pair, who have five children, confirmed it was a "nice excuse to get people together" and it would be completely different to their original wedding in 2000.
Speaking in the Daily Mail's Event magazine, the 43-year-old chef confirmed the happy news.
Jamie said: "Jools wants to get married again.
"We’ll do it completely differently. It sounds a bit cheesy, but 20 is an amazing milestone. It’s nice to have an excuse to get people together."
The pair have been married 18 years and celebrated their last anniversary in June.
The chef, who campaigns for healthier food in schools, posted on Instagram: "Today I am so proud to celebrate my 18 wedding anniversary with this amazing woman!!
It sounds a bit cheesy, but 20 is an amazing milestone.
"Thank you so much @joolsoliver for being my soul mate on this most bonkers roller coaster ride called life, what a journey it’s been so far. Thank you for being by my side, thank you for seeing things I never see, thank you loving me, for being the best wife & most fantastic mother of our 5 precious children....
"I LOVE YOU SO MUCH...."
He then joked: "Now stop watching love island and come find me in the garden waiting to give you your anniversary pressie....hurry up!!! Love Jamie ox x x x x."
Jools, who is mum to Poppy, Daisy, Petal, Buddy and River, recently paid her own sweet tribute to her husband on Instagram.
Beside an adorable picture of Jamie kissing one of their five children, she wrote: "Two out of three of my absolute favourite boys 🌎💙".
It would be a nice end to a difficult 18 months for the Naked Chef.
Last September, Jamie’s chain of Italian restaurants were almost forced to shut, after facing bankruptcy.
The TV star had to invest £13 million from his savings and told Event: "I haven't got any more [money]. I tried to do the right thing, I've never been paid by the restaurant group, I've always reinvested."
Earlier this year he told the Financial Times: "I had two hours to put money in and save it or the whole thing would go to [bleep] that day or the next day. It was as bad as that and as dramatic as that."
The company has said it will be profitable again in a few years.
This sounds like a lovely, romantic plan. Congratulations you two - 20 years is an amazing milestone.
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