John Stamos and His Wife Caitlin Recreated an Iconic Movie Scene to Celebrate Their Second Anniversary
The duo marked the milestone with a pottery class.
On Sunday, the Fuller House star, 55, shared several Instagram photos of him and his wife, 33, recreating the pottery scene between Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze from the 1990 Oscar-winning film Ghost.
In the first photo, the model cuddled up behind her husband while making the clay in the exact pose as Moore, 57, and Swayze, who died in 2009 at the age of 57.
In the next photo, John goofed around while putting his clay-filled hands on Caitlin's face. And in the final photo, the happy couple smiled as they now both had clay all over their hands and faces.
"We 'Ghosted' the Super Bowl to celebrate our Anniversary," John captioned the post.
Ghost stars Moore as a potter named Molly Jensen whose lover Sam Wheat (Swayze) dies and becomes a ghost. The film earned five Academy Award nominations, and won best original screenplay and best supporting actress for Whoopi Goldberg.
After getting engaged in Disneyland in October 2017, John and Caitlin tied the knot on February 3, 2018, at the Little Brown Church in Studio City, California. The reception was held at John's home in Beverly Hills.
The couple returned to Disneyland for their first wedding anniversary last year joined by their baby boy, who turns two in April.