Isla Fisher shares a touching tribute to husband Sacha Baron Cohen as the couple celebrate his milestone 50th birthday in matching striped tops
The Wedding Crashers actress, 45, shared a sweet photograph of the duo wearing matching striped tops as they shared a glass of wine in the beaming Perth sunshine.
‘Happy 50th babes,’ she sweetly captioned the photo. ’20 years of laughter, travel, babies, joy and friendship. You bring the RUACH.’
Borat turns 50! Isla Fisher shared a touching tribute to her husband Sacha Baron Cohen on Wednesday, as the actor celebrated his milestone 50th birthday
Age-defying Isla looked stunning while wearing barely a lick of makeup on her already striking visage.
Sacha, meanwhile, appeared elated in a beige sun hat as his wife sweetly put her arm around his shoulder for the sweet image.
It was reported last month that Isla and her husband have relocated from Sydney to Perth permanently – the city where the actress was raised.
Homecoming: It was reported last month that Isla and her husband have relocated from Sydney to Perth permanently – the city where the actress was raised
While the Hollywood power couple are yet to comment on the move, they reportedly wanted to ‘escape’ the Covid lockdown in NSW.
Isla told Stellar magazine in March she felt ‘safe’ in her home country after moving back to Australia with her family.
‘I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cosy, when I’m in Australia. It’s where I grew up,’ said the Oman-born actress.
Back on home soil: Fisher, 45, told Stellar magazine in March she felt ‘safe’ in her home country after moving back to Australia with her family
‘I’m the happiest when I’m home. I miss it when I’m not here. I don’t feel any pressure when I’m in Australia. I don’t have to say or do or be anything. I mean, I don’t even have to wear shoes.’
Isla and Sacha first met at a party in Sydney in 2002, and married in Paris in 2010 after she converted to the Jewish faith.
They moved from Los Angeles to Australia at the end of last year.
Escaping America: Fisher and Baron Cohen moved from Los Angeles to Australia at the end of last year, reportedly to escape ‘Trump’s America’