Bryan Greenberg made sure his wife Jamie Chung received plenty of love on her big day!
The longtime Hollywood sweethearts have never shied away from flaunting their dynamic romance on social media, especially on special occasions.
On April 10, “The Real World” alum turned 39 and her husband marked this milestone by professing his everlasting love to the actress.
Bryan Greenberg Says He ‘Suckered’ Jamie Chung Into Marrying Him
In honor of his wife’s birthday, Greenberg took to Instagram with a stunning picture of Chung lounging by the pool in a beige dress designed with a deep plunge neckline.
The birthday girl looked breathtaking as she gave the camera a pearly white smile while enveloped by a scenic sunset and several Palm trees.
The sweetness radiating from this photo increased with the “How to Make It in America” star’s endearing tribute to the woman of his dreams. The loving husband wrote:
“Happy birthday to my rock, my muse, my love. Can’t believe I suckered you into marrying me @jamiejchung”
The actor’s playful post received over 15,000 likes plus numerous comments from fans and friends, who sent birthday wishes to the “Dragonball Evolution” actress.
The list of well-wishers included actresses like Kat Foster, Cara Satana, Christina Ochoa, Odette Annable, Claire Holt, Hilarie Burton, and Sophia Bush, who penned delightful messages to the birthday girl.
In response, the “Once Upon a Time” star expressed her gratitude for these heartfelt tributes by writing, “Thanks everyone for the bday wishes,” completing her comment with a red heart emoji.
Looking back at the couple’s iconic relationship, US Weekly revealed that the pair initially crossed paths years ago before they began dating in 2012.
Chung previously admitted to the news outlet that her interest in Greenberg began when the couple worked with the “same producers.”
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At the time, the “Samurai Girl” star thought the actor was “really cute” and eventually scored a date with the Nebraska native after the duo met in New York City.
But their love story did not officially begin until 2012. Recalling the start of their relationship, the “Lovecraft Country” actress said:
“It really was like missed opportunities, missed timings, different cities, and then finally we ended up in the same city together.”
Not one to miss another opportunity, the “One Tree Hill” alum proposed in 2013, while visiting Chung’s California hometown and the pair also tied the knot there in 2015.
In honor of their nuptials, which fell on Halloween day, the lovebirds hosted a three-day celebration beginning with a costume-themed welcome dinner followed by their non-denominational wedding in Santa Barbara.
Regarding the memorable occasion, the “Sorority Row” actress stated that she had “so much fun” planning the three-day event while her husband gushed about the wedding being “one of the best days” of his life.
Given their careers as entertainers, the spouses were repeatedly tested with distance; however, the couple learned to respect each other’s freedom.
The “Sucker Punch” actress explained that the pair cherished their independence as much as they enjoyed being together. Her husband also agreed, citing trust as the foundation of their long-term romance.
In October 2021, the Hollywood sweethearts’ received double blessings in the form of twin sons, who Greenberg proudly showed off on social media.
“The Gifted” Actress Opened Up About The Struggles Of Raising Twins
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Last month, Chung touched the hearts of mothers around the world by sharing her struggles as a parent to twin sons.
In the clip, the mother-of-two looked tired as she rested her head in her hand while the words, “This is what it’s really like raising twin 5-month-old babies,” were written on the screen.
The camera then turned to the “October Road” actor, who struggled to stay awake while bottle-feeding one of the twins.
The 43-year-old was half-asleep with his head on a pillow while the couple’s son enjoyed the bottle from the comfort of his baby rocker.
Earlier this year, the “The Man with the Iron Fists” actress admitted that she suffered from postpartum depression and required therapy to mentally prepare for her motherhood transition.