Robert Downey Jr. and Wife Susan Downey Celebrate 18 Years of Marriage: ‘Love Still in Bloom’

In August 2005, Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey married. Robert Downey Jr. is celebrating 18 years of marriage with his wife Susan Downey. On Sunday, the Iron Man actor, 58, shared two photos of him and his film producer wife, 49, to mark their wedding anniversary. In the first snap, which was taken from the couple’s 2005 wedding, Downey can be seen romantically pressing his face against Susan’s face as she looks down while wearing a silk wedding gown and holding a bouquet of pink and white flowers. In the second photo, Downey can be seen rubbing his face into Susan’s, this time when she is wearing a white T-shirt and holding a bouquet of yellow sunflowers. “18 years, love is still in bloom!!” Downey said in the description of his Instagram post.

A lot of celebrity friends wished the couple a happy wedding anniversary. “These are the best photos you’ve ever taken, Robert!” I adore you both!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️, Jeremy Renner, the actor who plays Hawkeye, wrote. “Lots of love, dearhearts,” Downey’s co-star Paul Bettany said, and singer-songwriter Skylar Grey added, “Love this.” Never miss a story again — subscribe to PEOPLE’s free daily newsletter to receive the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to intriguing human interest stories. Downey and Susan have a daughter, Avri, 8, and a son, Exton, 11; the actor also has a son, Indio, 29, with his former wife, Deborah Falconer. Downey’s tribute to his wife follows his admiration for Oppenheimer co-star Cillian Murphy’s performance in the popular film. Oppenheimer, known as the “Father of the Atomic Bomb,” was a scientist who oversaw the United States’ campaign to develop an atomic bomb during World War II. “I have never witnessed a greater sacrifice by a lead actor in my career,” Downey said in July to PEOPLE. “When Chris called him, he knew it was going to be a massive ask.” But I believe he also possessed the humility required to survive in a situation like this.” “We’d say, ‘Hey, we have a three-day weekend.'” We could go antiquing in Santa Fe. ‘What are your plans?’ ‘Oh, I have to learn 30,000 Dutch words. ‘Have a good time,’ said Downey. “But that’s the nature of the ask.”

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