Steve Harvey Kisses Wife Marjorie before Flying Out after Their Vacation — See the Romantic Pic
It was an emotional goodbye as Steve Harvey flew out after a romantic Valentine's Day trip to see his wife, Marjorie, who shared photos of the moment on her Instagram page.
Marjorie Harvey was enjoying her time in a beautiful snowy location when her husband, comedian and actor Steve Harvey, surprised her by showing up on Valentine's Day and spending some time with her.
However, the romantic reunion was short-lived, and the "Family Feud" host had to say goodbye to his fashionista wife. Marjorie captured their last moments together to share on her Instagram.
Steve and Marjorie Harvey at the 2015 Miss Universe Pageant on December 20, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. | Source: Getty Images
The photos featured the stylish couple posing while standing on the tarmac of a picturesque airport surrounded by snowy mountains and cloudy skies. A small aircraft could be seen in the distance behind them.
Both Steve and Marjorie look cozy in their full winter gear, which consisted of thick winter coats, heavy boots, and warm headgear. Marjorie wore gray from head to toe while Steve rocked a white hooded sweater, white boots, and a colorful coat.
A second photo captured the loving couple sharing a passionate kiss moments before Steve stepped on the plane, while the last image showed his hand waving through the plane's tiny window. Marjorie captioned:
"Missing you already."
While the moment was sure to be emotional, Marjorie's followers could feel the love radiating from the photos and filled her comments section with messages of admiration.
[Steve and Marjorie] have been married for 13 years but their love story started nearly two decades earlier.
One fan commented, "That’s true love," while another added, "Definitely my LOVE GOALS!" A third fan chimed in, "Cutest couple ever I love y’all’s love."
Steve and Marjorie's love is almost like a fairytale. "The Steve Harvey Show" star and his wife have been married for 13 years, but their love story started nearly two decades earlier when they met at a Memphis comedy club in 1990.
Although Steve knew he would marry Marjorie the day he met her, his career and finances were not where he needed them to be, so he took time off to work on himself and his goals.
15 years later, Steve and Marjorie reunited, and by this time, they had both been married, divorced, and had children from their previous relationships. They took advantage of the second chance at love, and in 2007, they finally tied the knot.
The "Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man" author and his wife have been happily married since and are often seen celebrating each other and enjoying lavish vacations with their children.