Kristen Bell's Throwback Wedding Photo with Dax Shepard Is the Hope the World Needs

Kristen Bell's Throwback Wedding Photo with Dax Shepard Is the Hope the World Needs

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If Kristen Bell and her hubby Dax Shepard were running for most adorable celebrity couple of all time, they would definitely be ahead in the race right now. While it's not out of the ordinary for these two to share their love with their followers, yesterday's share was extra special, as it came in the form of a never-before-seen photo from the couple's wedding day.

Bell posted the snapshot of herself and Shepard sharing a smooch to Instagram with the caption, "On our wedding day." The actress added, “Just cuz,” with a ring, wedding bell, and heart emoji.

The photo dates back to their low-key-like, we don't even know our anniversary low-key-October 2013 wedding day at the Beverly Hills courthouse. Joined by just a few guests, the bride wore a casual black shirt and pants, and the courthouse gifted them a cake that read, "The World's Worst Wedding." Oh, and their big day only cost them $142 (including gas!).

Bell's post is the much-needed dose of Hollywood love we needed after learning the heartbreaking news that Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are calling it quits. Cheers to this celebrity couple, giving us hope in these trying times!

Bell and Shepard have also shared some marriage advice in the past. Back in February, Bell revealed some relationship tips she wrote for a fan who should definitely be taking note. "In 10 years, when the dopamine has waned, remember: Life is a crazy ride,” Bell penned. “It's a privilege to go through it with a partner.”

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"Our marriage took a lot of work, takes a lot of work. I don't think people realize,” the actress also said in an interview with Us Weekly last year. "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."

*Furiously scribbling down her advice*