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Harry Connick, Jr. and his wife, Jill Goodacre, still have eyes only for each other.
The couple, who have been married for 25 years, they celebrated their love in a new post on Instagram.
“You and I have a guardian angel on high with nothing to do,” said the “American Idol” judge. He added the hashtag “true love.”
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The 51-year-old singer met the former Victoria’s Secret model, 55, were married in 1994. They have three daughters; Georgia, 23, Sarah, 21, and Charlotte,17.
The singer previously told Fox News, which is a special case of a marriage.
“Jill is my best friend and I have known her for over 27 years. And for me, it’s all in my maintain an interest in her. I mean, it is fascinating to me, and she’s still mysterious to me, and I’m still very much interested in her, and all of that kind of what makes her tick, and I think it’s mutual,” he said.
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“We have never had to really think about it in terms of keeping the spark going. I love being around her, I respect her infinitely, and I admire her very much. It is one of my heroes. We have to take on the day-to-day, and, you know, count our blessings,” Connick added.
He has also provided a number of relationship advice is that: “In my experience, love, and respect are of paramount importance, and that is what makes the relationship I have with Jill is based on, and that’s what we’re trying to teach our girls. I think that respect in general, and love are the two things that we are able to make use of a lot more of it.”
“All I can do is to try to walk the walk, and to make good of a person as I can be,” he thought.
The couple’s hardships, only they are in a stronger position. In 2012, the former bikini model, was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer.
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“I was afraid I was going to lose her, absolutely,” Connick admitted to People magazine.
“I wasn’t going to let her see it, but I used to be. I know the loss of my mother, that the worst thing that can happen. She’s my best friend, and I really don’t know what I’d do without her.” Connick’s mother, who died of ovarian cancer when he was just 13.