On the 4th anniversary of their marriage, John Stamos honors his wife Caitlin and expresses gratitude for her support following Bob Saget’s death.
A love story from a fairy tale. In a Disney-themed anniversary homage celebrating nearly half a decade together, the ‘Full House’ actor gushed over his wife.
In a romantic Instagram post commemorating their 4th anniversary on Feb. 3, John Stamos, 58, gushed about his wife Caitlin McHugh, 35. Following the death of John’s close friend and Full House co-star Bob Saget on Jan. 9, 2022, the 90s heartthrob took to social media to thank his other half for his support.
John captioned images of the adorable couple, who have been married since 2018, taken at Disneyland with a remark on their love. «Some couples meet at work,» he said, mocking their meet-cute. Some people meet through mutual friends. Some people use dating apps.
I met my wife on the TV show ‘SVU Law and Order,’ when I played a serial reproductive abuser attempting to discreetly pregnant her by inserting a hole in a condom—I already had 47 children and wanted one more.»
In time, the couple would have their own family, having a son in April of 2018. «It took me seven years, but I finally had a child with my Disney Girl @caitlinskybound and I’ve never been happier!» John continued.
«Happy anniversary to the best wife, mother friend, and support system- especially during the last three weeks!» John said, referring to Caitlin’s incredible performance in the weeks since his friend’s death. Caitlin, I’ll always love you.»
«This is us at #sweetheartsnight at [Disneyland] couple days ago- we had a great night,» John said of the photos, which showed the couple dressed in plush pink and blue onesies for a night out at Disneyland.
Despite the fact that she made me dress up as Stitch for her Angel. «Happy wife, happy life!» the caption reads, under the hashtag #disneyafterdark.
Following the death of his longtime friend Bob at the beginning of January, John was fortunate to have Caitlin by his side. During his burial rites on Jan. 14, the Big Shot actor had a poignant message for «America’s Dad,» calling him «my guardian angel with the filthy mouth and a heart as big and kind as forever.»
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Lori Loughlin, David Coulier, Dave Chappelle, Judd Apatow, Kathy Griffin, John Mayer, and Kelly Rizzo, Bob’s late comedian wife, were among those in attendance.