Hilary Duff couldn’t wait for the actual date to start celebrating her first wedding anniversary with her husband Matthew Koma.
The 33-year-old Lizzie McGuire star shared a lovely photo on Friday of herself passionately kissing her 35-year-old musician husband from their wedding on December 21, 2019.
‘Coming up on a year,’ she began her caption,’My husband. Love you so. Thanks for not saying anything about the sweet potato fries i ate in bed last night at 10 pm …’ she joked.
In the wedding photo, Hilary looks stunning in her white gown with its exposed back and draped sleeves.
She cups her husband’s face in her hands as they kiss, while he wraps his arms around her. Hilary’s whirlwind romance with Matthew began on a professional note during the recording of her 2015 album Breathe In. Breathe Out.
Matthew, who’s a singer–songwriter and producer, co-wrote and produced multiple songs on her album.
It wasn’t until January of 2017 that the two began a relationship, and they announced in June 2018 that they were expecting their first child together, before welcoming their daughter Banks, now two, in October.
It wasn’t until May 2019 that the lovebirds got engaged, and they tied the knot in December in an intimate backyard ceremony at their Los Angeles home.
In addition to Banks, Hilary shares her eight-year-old son Luca with her ex-husband Mike Comrie.
She and the former NHL star began dating and married in August 2010, before separating in 2014.
Hilary has been based in New York City in recent weeks as she films the upcoming seventh season of her TV Land series younger, but Luca appears to be staying with his father while she and the rest of her family are on the East Coast.
‘Miss you stinky,’ she captioned a photo of her son masked up and wearing a stylish olive coat while riding a scooter.
She looked bored out of her mind in another short clip in her Insta Stories as she bemoaned ‘When they call you into work too soon.’
She was on a thick gray sweater and scarlet lipstick as she appeared to be lazing about while waiting for her turn to shoot a scene.