Pierce Brosnan is still in Loverville — and he’s not going anywhere.
The actor, 70, celebrated his wife Keely Shaye Brosnan’s 60th birthday by showering her with 60 red roses on her special day.
“Sixty roses for my brown eyed girl on her 60th birthday,” Brosnan captioned his Instagram post, which showed a picture of the pair smiling behind the bouquet.
“Forever happy and blessed was I to be sitting there when you walked around the corner early one morning in Cabo San Lucas @keelyshayebrosnan.”
The pair recently celebrated their 22nd wedding anniversary last month, and Keely marked the special occasion with a heartwarming Instagram post of the pair’s nuptials in Ireland.
“Happy Anniversary @piercebrosnanofficial,” she wrote on August 5. “Thank you for always being up for this adventure called life.”
In the caption, Keely wrote the wedding date, as well as April 8, 1994 — the day they met.
And the proud wife also marked her hubby’s 70th birthday in May with a sweet snap of the “James Bond” actor standing in front of a floral field.
“Happy Birthday my darling @piercebrosnanofficial 🥂 Wishing you a blessed, bountiful and adventurous new trip around the sun. It’s not how old you are … it’s how bold you are in life. I love you with all my heart,” she wrote in an Instagram post.
Since getting hitched in 2001, the couple went on to welcome two kids together; sons Dylan, 26, and Paris, 22.
Pierce is also a dad to three children he shared with his first wife, Cassandra Harris, who tragically died from cancer in 1991.
While Pierce and Keely’s sons prefer to share little of their lives in the public eye, the proud sons gushed over their famous father in a British GQ cover shoot in October 2022.
The siblings gushed about their dad in the interview, calling the “Survivor” star the “nicest guy” they know.
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“I always thought he had a lot of friends, growing up because people would come up to him in the street, and … he talk[ed] to everyone for a really long time,” Dylan told the magazine, noting that he doesn’t “tell anyone” who his father is.
He went on to reflect on their normal childhood spent between Los Angeles and Hawaii homes.
“[We were] a bunch of kids running around a forest, looking for something to do, riding bicycles down the street, going to caves and swimming and surfing and stuff,” he explained.