Rebecca Romijn is the ultimate fan wearing a bathing suit with her husband, Jerry O’Connell’s face printed on the front.
Wearing a statement bathing suit with her husband’s face beaming in the front, Rebecca Romijn just proved that she’s Jerry O’Connell’s biggest fan. Promoting his new show she writes:
“@JerryOShow @FoxTV stations tomorrow morning! Don’t miss it!”
The couple have been together for almost 12 years and share 10-year-old twin daughter’s Dolly and Charlie.
Matching in all black bathing suits with her daughters, Romijn stands, as her husband's face features across the front. Looking like they just came from a swim too, O’Connell and their dog join in for the adorable family picture.
Romijn's fashion choice clearly stole the show. The couple’s celebrity friends joined in commenting on her look.
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O’Connell and Romijn are known for their loving nature and constant public displays of affection. However, the adorable couple almost didn’t happen. O’Connell remembers his first time meeting Romijn. At the time she was married to “Fuller House” star, John Stamos. Speaking to PEOPLE he says:
“I met my wife and her ex John Stamos at a party when they were married. I remember thinking, ‘Wow. This girl is really beautiful and funny.’ I talked to her the whole party. My wife remembers that party and remembers us clicking. We clicked. My wife and I clicked. We clicked the first time we met.”
To say the couple “clicked” would be an understatement, their chemistry is undeniable and their child-like sense of humour is refreshing for a marriage that has lasted as long as theirs’s has.
Romijn continues to show her love for her husband as she supports him with his latest venture. O’Connell debut his own show, “Jerry O,” on August 12.
He is currently running his show during “The Wendy Williams Show,” segment. After stepping in for the host when she fainted during taping, O’Connell's comedic approach had audiences wanting more.