Actress Uzo Aduba is showing love to her filmmaker husband Robert Sweeting with a lovely post on Instagram celebrating their three-year wedding anniversary.
On Tuesday, actress Uzo Aduba shared a post on Instagram. It captioned:
“Our Anniversary. This is from our Traditional Nigerian Wedding Ceremony(Igba Nkwu),”
“This day meant so much to us,” she continued, before addressing her husband. “You have made my entire life better, more full. I am so thankful our souls found each other. I’ve loved sharing every step of this journey with you, @robertsweetinglife and cannot wait to experience new chapters, next chapters, new pathways with you.”
Along with her romantic anniversary message, Aduba, 42, posted photos from their Traditional Nigerian Wedding Ceremony in which she wore a red gown embellished with metallic thread and gems.For the ceremony, the bride’s new husband Sweeting wore an ‘Agbada’ traditionally worn by Nigerian men over their clothes for formal events, decorated with lions on the lapel and topped off with a Nigerian fila hat.
“I love you so much,” Aduba finished her post. “Thank you also for loving me. So much. Happy Anniversary. Your Wife, Uzo 📸: @peytonrbyford.”
The actress, who was born in Boston to parents from Nigeria, first announced her marriage to the filmmaker in 2021, one year after they secretly tied the knot in New York, via an Instagram post featuring a photo of her and Sweeting on their wedding day.
“‘When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible,'” the quote read.
Although the couple tends to keep their relationship out of the public eye, they occasionally share sweet posts about each other on social media and step out in support of each other at events.
At the 2023 Tony Awards in June, Uzo Aduba revealed she was expecting her first child with Sweeting. She showed off her baby bump as he placed a hand on it for photos. In August, she celebrated her baby shower with family and friends.
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