Hugh Jackman shares wedding photo

Hugh Jackman has shared a sweet throwback photo to celebrate 20 years of marriage.

The X-Men heartthrob and actress Debora-Lee Furness tied the knot in 1996 after meeting on the set of an Aussie TV show, and are thought to have one of the strongest relationships in Hollywood.

Hugh recently told Australia’s Daily Telegraph that the couple are planning to relive their first days of married life to mark their anniversary – without their two children Oscar and Ava.

“It’ll be just the two of us,” he said. “We love the kids but they can rack off and find something else to do for a week. We want to relive our honeymoon.”

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