Jon Cryer’s wife, Lisa Joyner, shares an adorable selfie to celebrate her 57th birthday: “I love you hubby!”

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Jon Cryer is one lucky husband!

In honor of his 57th birthday on Saturday, the 14-year-old actor’s wife Lisa Joyner shared an adorable selfie of the couple during their visit to the City of Love on Twitter.

“Happy birthday @MrJonCryer you are an international treasure,” she wrote alongside a photo of her and her husband with Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower in the background. “I love you hubby!”

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The 55-year-old TV personality also showed her hubby some love via Instagram to celebrate his big day. Joyner posted a nice photo of the two and a half men star surrounded by beautiful pink flowers as he posed for the camera.

“#Happy Birthday to my beautiful caring patient generous loving husband #joncryer may this year be one of your best,” she wrote in the caption.

Joyner and Cryer married in June 2007 in Mexico. The duo then adopted a baby girl named Daisy, born August 11, 2019. Cryer also has a son, Charlie Austin, whom he shares with ex-wife Sarah Trigger (their marriage ended in 2004).

In 2020, the actor shared an epic saga of losing his wedding ring while walking in the rain along the ocean in Vancouver. Luckily, he was eventually found with the help of a metal detector and Chris Turner from The Ring Finders.

“Chris, you didn’t just find a ring. You might have saved a marriage. That ring meant so much. It has so many memories behind it. Now Jon is going to have it resized!” Joyner later recounted the incident to PEOPLE.

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Joyner said her husband “timidly” called her from the park as he searched for the lost group after failing to find it on his first attempt.

“I was sad. I was sad but I didn’t want him to feel worse because I knew how bad he felt,” she said at the time.

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But the fact that Cryer went to such lengths to find the alliance made Joyner “love him even more.”

“I was really happy. I was especially happy for him because I knew he was really sad about it,” she explained. “It was meant to be. We’re not supposed to lose this ring. We’ve been through too much with each other. I felt so relieved.”

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