Josh Kelley, left, and Katherine Heigl arrive at the CMT Music Awards at Music City Center
Josh Kelley, left, and Katherine Heigl arrive at the CMT Music Awards at Music City Center

Katherine Heigl and hubby Josh Kelley retake nude shot, 12 years on

KATHERINE Heigl and her husband Josh Kelley celebrated a decade of marriage by re-creating an ironic nude photo they took 12 years ago.

Heigl, 39, posted the two images side-by-side on Instagram. They both feature her lounging in the bathtub, raising a glass, while singer-songwriter and actor Kelley, 37, sits in the foreground shirtless wearing a headband and holding a drink.

"So when @joshbkelley and I had been dating a few months or so we took the first totally random #royaltenenbaums esq photo. Last night 12 years later we took a second one to commemorate our 10 year wedding anniversary," Heigl wrote.

So when @joshbkelley and I had been dating a few months or so we took the first totally random #royaltenenbaums esq photo. Last night 12 years later we took a second one to commemorate our 10 year wedding anniversary. Yup, 10 years people! A few things have changed since then. I quit smoking, thank God! I’ve put on a few pounds. I don’t often do spontaneously weird things like take random bathtub photos in the middle of the night anymore. But what hasn’t changed, is that burning desire in me to be with this man. I gotta be honest. There have been moments where I didn’t think we’d make it. Where I wanted to take my pillow and smother him in the middle of the night. But I’ll tell you what. The more time I spend with this guy the more deeply I begin to understand that he is the best of me. When the whole world falls into disarray and nothing makes sense to me he is my shelter, my safe harbor. When self doubt and self loathing creep into my soul he is my champion, my number one fan. He has bolstered my spirits more times than I can count and he has led me through the darkness back into the light even more times than that. In quiet moments of reflection I feel an overwhelming gratitude that I married this man. This man with his giant, compassionate heart. His laugh so hard I cry sense of humor. His passion and positivity. His talent and drive. His broad chested, sexy “ I got this” attitude. His joyful, unconditionally loving parenting style. I don’t think there’s a person who’s met him that doesn’t love him and I get to call him mine. He makes me better in every way by loving me and believing in me and for never giving up on me. So here’s to 10, 20, 40 more years of us! I love you @joshbkelley more than you can probably imagine and then some! #10thweddinganniversary #We’reStillTogether!

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"A few things have changed since then. I quit smoking, thank God! I've put on a few pounds. I don't often do spontaneously weird things like take random bathtub photos in the middle of the night anymore. But what hasn't changed, is that burning desire in me to be with this man. I gotta be honest. There have been moments where I didn't think we'd make it. Where I wanted to take my pillow and smother him in the middle of the night. But I'll tell you what. The more time I spend with this guy the more deeply I begin to understand that he is the best of me," the former Grey's Anatomy star continued.

"When the whole world falls into disarray and nothing makes sense to me he is my shelter, my safe harbour. When self doubt and self loathing creep into my soul he is my champion, my number one fan. He has bolstered my spirits more times than I can count and he has led me through the darkness back into the light even more times than that. In quiet moments of reflection I feel an overwhelming gratitude that I married this man. This man with his giant, compassionate heart. His laugh so hard I cry sense of humour. His passion and positivity. His talent and drive. His broad chested, sexy 'I got this' attitude. His joyful, unconditionally loving parenting style. I don't think there's a person who's met him that doesn't love him and I get to call him mine. He makes me better in every way by loving me and believing in me and for never giving up on me. So here's to 10, 20, 40 more years of us! I love you @joshbkelley more than you can probably imagine and then some!"

The photos were inspired by Wes Anderson's 2001 movie The Royal Tenenbaums.

 

This story originally appeared in the New York Post and is republished here with permission.


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