Staying happily married for decades is no easy feat, but Cameron, 55, and Alison Daddo (nee Brahe), 55, have completed such a victory successfully.
On Monday night, the high-profile couple, daughters Lotus, 24, and Bodhi, 14, and son River, 20, who share three children together, took to Instagram to celebrate their 29th wedding anniversary.
In the touching messages, Cameron and Ali gushed over each other by posting throwback pictures of themselves together.
“Twenty-Nine years!! Thank you my love @alidaddo … here’s to having a sense of frickin’ humor, a big wise beating heart, and a whole smashing dollop of curious! I ❤❤❤❤you,” Cameron wrote.
“And thank the heavens for our three champion kids who’ve made the ride even more special! #love #patience #human swipe to see how 29years can appear. 😊✌”
As she also commemorated the relationship milestone, Ali echoed the sentiment on her blog.
“Happy Anniversary @camerondaddo. Thank you for an incredible ride so far. Here’s to another 29 years♥♥. Love you so, “Love you so.
Since tying the knot in 1991, Cameron and Alison have long been frank about the ups and downs they’ve shared together.
Cameron announced at the beginning of 2019 that when he worked in the US early in his career in 1994, he was unfaithful to his wife.
The Aussie actor said at the time, “I was the one who left the marriage,” revealing “honesty was the best policy” when it came to resolving his transgressions.
He acknowledges, however that marriage might never be the same.
In their Separate Bathrooms and Other Handy Marital Tips podcast, the pair also regularly explore relationships and marriage.
The pair talked about the value of apologies in relationships and the best way to handle them in one unforgettable episode earlier this year.
During the candid talk, the Home and Away star revealed that in the past he was guilty of gaslighting his mom.
The admission came as Alison, 50, admitted in the podcast that a real apology would deepen a relationship as “someone’s just validated the hurt” she feels because of her actions.
“The flip side of that is gaslighting. Like when I say, ‘that really hurt when you did that and you say, ‘I didn’t do that.'”
Cameron answered sheepishly on hearing this: “I’ve done that to you. I’ve done that And you know I’ve done that.”
He continued, “This is where it’s hard. This is why it’s so difficult to look at the way we hurt people. And I’ve done that with you, [told you] ‘you’re crazy, you’re nuts’ And I’ll apologize again.”