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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard never fail to keep it real. But in case you had any doubt that these two were the ultimate chill couple, they just revealed that they can't ever seem to remember the actual date of their infamously low-key wedding. All well!
Bell revealed in an interview on the Late Late Show With James Corden that the actual date of their wedding is a hard one for her and Shepard to remember.
During the segment, Cordon congratulated the couple on their anniversary, saying "Kristen, you and Dax, you celebrated four years of marriage," to which Bell, seemingly surprised, replied, "I heard."
The actress went on to explain that she and her hubby decided on casual courthouse nuptials instead of the typically lavish celebrity weddings we're used to seeing. And thanks to their chaotic work schedules and raising two children together, the two have very little time to focus on their anniversaries.
"Here's the funny thingвЂ¦ neither of us remember, genuinely, what the day is of our wedding. I think it's October 17th, but that's because your segment producer told me that," she told Corden in the interview. "We only know because my mom reminds me. She's like 'Happy anniversary!' Dax and I wake up and check our texts and go 'Happy anniversary, honey.'"
But it's all good, you guys! Just because they don't prioritize their wedding anniversary doesn't mean the two aren't totally in love. Shepard, 42, and Bell, 37, have been publicly open-and very honest-about the ups and downs of married life. The Frozen actress once shared that she and Shepard will even go to couple's therapy to keep their relationship strong.
"We have a very healthy marriage and we got there by doing therapy when we needed it, and constantly doing fierce moral inventories," Bell told People in an interview.
See more: Dax Shepard Reveals Why He Proposed to Kristen Bell Despite His Beliefs on Marriage
In August, she admitted to Us Weekly, "I don't think people realize it is not easy to work around another human being, but if you commit to it, you can pretty much permanently respect that person, but then it doesn't really matter if you disagree because you still respect that person."
Luckily for these two, forgetting anniversaries doesn't seem to be a point of disagreement!