Dax Shepard wishes wife Kristen Bell a happy 41st birthday: ‘Here’s wishing you another 100 years in the saddle’
Dax Shepard took to Instagram on Sunday to wish his wife Kristen Bell a happy birthday as she turned 41.
‘Happy Birthday Cowgirl,’ said the Milford, Michigan-born actor, 46. ‘Your beauty is only surpassed by your heart and buns. Here’s wishing you another 100 years in the saddle.’
The Top Gear America host, who shares daughters Lincoln, eight, and Delta, six, with Bell, added five heart emojis to the post, along with a shot of Bell donning a black top with blue jeans and black boots.
The latest: Dax Shepard, 46, took to Instagram on Sunday to wish his wife Kristen Bell a happy birthday as she turned 41
She was seen sitting on a wooden chest in front of a fireplace in the shot. Bell and the Parenthood actor have been romantically linked since 2007 and wed in October of 2013.
Bell opened up a few weeks back about how she and The Ranch star have been to therapy individually – joking they ‘talk s*** about each other’ – in the wake of a rough patch after the COVID-19 pandemic started in March of 2020.
Speaking with guest host Chelsea Handler on Ellen, ‘At the beginning of the pandemic we were at each other’s throats and then all the doors locked in our house.
‘We had to stay inside and we were like “Woof! We need to get a handle on the annoyances.”‘
Shepard was seen recording an edition of his Armchair Expert podcast earlier this year
Bell and the Parenthood actor have been romantically linked since 2007 and wed in October of 2013. They were snapped in LA in 2019
Bell added that ‘the reality is if you’re living with one human being, I don’t care if it’s your partner, your husband, your wife or your roommate, you need to brush up on your toolbox because you will find that person annoying.’
She said that the therapy sessions she and the podcaster have had have ‘been great’ in helping their relationship through tough times.
‘When you have a third party moderating any disagreement, it’s always the safer place,’ she said.