Adam Sandler Celebrates 20th Anniversary With Wife Jackie: “Lots of Love to Give You”
Adam Sandler is best known for his comedic roles, but if there’s one thing he’s serious about, it’s his wife, Jackie. The couple first met on the set of his 1999 film “Big Daddy,” and have pretty much been inseparable since. The two eventually tied the knot in 2003, and have since welcomed two daughters, Sunny, 14, and Sadie, 17.
On June 22, Adam celebrated their wedding anniversary on Instagram, posting a photo from their wedding day, writing, “Happy 20th my sweet Jackie! Your ‘I do’ was the best gift of my life.” He continued, “My heart has been yours since the first second I saw you and I love and appreciate your devoted soul more and more each day. Us. The kids. Lets keep going and going babe. Lots of love to give you. Always.”
The pair often attend red carpets and events together, and Jackie was, of course, there to celebrate her husband as he received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on March 19. In her speech at the event, Jackie said that it was “love at first sight” for her, per The Washington Post. “I would like to celebrate the real Adam,” she added. “The Pepto Bismol-chugging. . .air conditioning-blasting . . . backyard-peeing. . .disrupter. And, yes, he’s just as funny in real life as he is in the movies . . . And he’s just as good in bed as you’ve all imagined for so long. Adam, whether you’re awake or not, it’s always fantastic.”
The couple also seem to like to show off their love for each other on social media, and for the anniversary of their first meeting in July 2020, Adam shared a tribute for Jackie on Instagram, writing, “22 years ago today we locked eyes and fell deep. Look forward to the next 22, young lady. Love you my forever girl.”
When they’re not celebrating each other at events or online, they’re teaming up together on the big screen. Jackie has appeared in quite a few of Adam’s films, including “Murder Mystery,” “Just Go With It,” “Grown Ups,” and “50 First Dates.” She even has a small role in Netflix’s “The Wrong Missy,” which Adam’s Happy Madison company produced.
Ahead, see some of their cutest moments over the years.