In a heartfelt tribute, Adam Sandler expresses his undying affection for his wife, Jackie Sandler, on their 20th wedding anniversary.
Sandler, 56, commemorated the day by posting an image on Instagram from their 2003 nuptials, which took place in Malibu. The picture captured the newly-married couple in their wedding finery, hand in hand at their ceremony site.
“Happy two-decade anniversary, my dear Jackie! Your vow of ‘I do’ remains the most cherished gift of my existence,” wrote Sandler, who stars in the sequel of Murder Mystery. “My heart has been pledged to you since our first meeting, and every passing day deepens my love and appreciation for your unwavering spirit.”
He further elaborated, “Here’s to us. To our children. Let’s continue this journey, my love,” adding, “I have an abundance of love to shower on you. Always.”
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Nick Swardson, Sandler’s fellow comedian and close friend, dropped a playful congratulatory comment: “The moment you uttered ‘I saba doo’, everyone burst into tears. Cheers to both of you. Jackie is phenomenal. You, on the other hand, occasionally stink. Blessings.”
The wedding took place outdoors, adhering to Jewish traditions, on the beachfront property of Dick Clark in Malibu on June 22, 2003. Notable guests such as Jennifer Aniston, Rodney Dangerfield, and Sharon Osbourne were among the 400 attendees, marking the day with their presence.
Sandler is known to give shoutouts to his wife on Instagram. He commemorated the 22nd anniversary of their first meeting in a post in July 2020, featuring some throwback pictures of the duo. “22 years ago today, we connected our gazes and fell hopelessly in love,” Sandler penned. “Here’s to anticipating the next 22, my eternal woman. My love for you is unending.”
The couple is parents to two girls: Sadie, 17, and Sunny, 14. The entire Sandler clan is poised to feature in an upcoming Netflix movie titled You Are So Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah!, which is set to release later this year.
The movie’s plot revolves around Stacy and Lydia, best friends who aspire to have grand bat mitzvahs. The synopsis explains, “However, their plans hilariously backfire when school drama and a popular boy risk their friendship and this important transition into adulthood,” based on Fiona Rosenbloom’s 2005 novel with the same title.
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