Pierce Brosnan shares touching tribute to wife Keely in loved-up snap as they celebrate anniversary
PIERCE Brosnan shared a touching tribute to his wife Keely for their anniversary.
Taking to Instagram, the actor shared a loved-up snap of the pair when they were younger.
He captioned the sweet post saying: "My darling angel heart Keely.
"Thank you for bringing such love and beauty into my life, for making these past twenty six years the greatest joy of my life. Happy anniversary my brown eyed girl".
Fans of the star were quick to comment on the sweet snap, with one fan writing: "I love the way you love her that's how my husband loves me at any size, makeup or no make-up".
Another added: "She is so beautiful. Happy anniversary".
Pierce and Keely indulged in a 1.5M wedding in 2001 and shared a postcode with multimillionaires such as Kris Jenner. They now live a low-key life.
The pair share two sons, Dylan, 23, and Paris, 19.
This comes after the Bond star paid tribute to his "dearest friend" and fellow actor Jay Benedict who sadly passed away due to the coronavirus at the age of 68.
Jay, who starred in the hit movies The Dark Knight Rises and Aliens as well as Emmerdale, sadly passed away on April 4.
Pierce and Jay were incredibly close friends and the Irish actor is the godfather of Jay Benedict's two sons, Leo and Freddie.
Pierce took to his social media to pay tribute to his close friend as he said that "life was so much fun with Jay".
The full tribute read: "My dearest friend Jay Benedict, brother in this life, has passed on, slipped the mortal coils this day… we were friends for so many years, forty years and change.
"This is a photo taken last May outside the stage door of the Lyric theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue London …the stage door was tucked in right next door to the Old Windmill Theatre.
"He was a courageous man of handsome life force, that shone its light in every room he walked into, down every road he traveled, he shared his joyful radiance of kinship with all who knew him, a fine mind of intellect and compassion, he gave of himself in every way to the craft of acting, but above all else, he gave us all his great love of life, himself.
"Jay and I played brothers in a Franco Zeffirelli production of Filumena … He played Ricardo the shirt maker, I played Michele the plumber."
He continued: "We were on that Lyric stage for the best part of year….Life was so much fun with Jay, on stage and off, we laughed a lot at the world around us, at our selves, saw the funny side of life always."
His follower Sandra commented saying: "These friends are our life treasures. How blessed are to have shared forty years of life with him."
Susan said: "Sorry for your loss. That is a beautiful tribute."
While another fan commented: "Deepest condolences to your loss .. so sorry."
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