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Isla Fisher shares a gushing tribute to her husband Sacha Baron Cohen on their anniversary

Isla Fisher shares a gushing tribute to her husband Sacha Baron Cohen as they celebrate their 20-year anniversary


 Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen have been the picture of bliss for twenty years.

Isla shared a gushing tribute to her Borat star husband to mark the occasion on Wednesday.

The actress, 45, posted a series of sweet couples’ photos to her Instagram and wrote: ‘Happy Anniversary. 20 YEARS.’

Celebration: Isla Fisher shared a gushing tribute to her husband Sacha Baron Cohen as they celebrated their 20-year anniversary on Wednesday

‘If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together keep me in your heart. I’ll stay there forever,’ she added, quoting Winnie the Pooh.

In one image, Sacha wrapped his arm around Isla as they posed for the camera.

Isla also shared another image of Sacha wearing a black wig while she smiled and held a beer.

Tribute: The actress, 45, posted a series of sweet photos of the couple to her Instagram and wrote: 'Happy Anniversary 20 YEARS'

Tribute: The actress, 45, posted a series of sweet photos of the couple to her Instagram and wrote: ‘Happy Anniversary 20 YEARS’

Sacha and Isla met at a party in Sydney in 2002 and married eight years later.

The couple are parents to three children, Olive, 12, Elula, eight, and Montgomery, four.

Isla told Marie Claire in May last year, meeting Sacha was like ‘winning the lottery’.

Family: Sacha and Isla met at a party in Sydney in 2002 and married eight years later. The couple are parents to three children, Olive, 12, Elula, eight, and Montgomery, four

Family: Sacha and Isla met at a party in Sydney in 2002 and married eight years later. The couple are parents to three children, Olive, 12, Elula, eight, and Montgomery, four

She said their relationship was built on ‘a shared sense of humour and a willingness to be married’.

The Confessions of a Shopaholic star, who relocated to America early in her career, also admitted that ‘juggling’ a family in LA wasn’t easy.

‘There’s not really a culture of bringing your kids to dinner parties or to restaurants past 6pm. I tend to entertain at home because I want to be with my family – it’s easier to put your kids to bed and have a wine with friends,’ she said.

Relationship: Isla told Marie Claire in May last year, meeting Sacha was like 'winning the lottery'

Relationship: Isla told Marie Claire in May last year, meeting Sacha was like ‘winning the lottery’

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