Who said Hollywood couples can't last? Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick have just celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary! To mark the occasion, the couple appeared on Bacon's Instagram, serenading each other with the Bee Gees classic, "To Love Somebody."

In his caption, Bacon wrote:

30 years with this amazing woman. She is the music in my life. #luckyguy

If that melted your heart, don't worry. It was a common reaction from people all over the internet:

Sedgwick also celebrated the anniversary with a cute Instagram post:

Like in a fairy tale, Sedgwick and Bacon first met in a deli after 12-year-old Sedgwick saw 19-year-old Bacon perform in a play. Years later, they came back into each other's lives on the set of the 1988 TV movie Lemon Sky, and the rest is history.

Bacon and Sedgwick have offered similar advice when it comes to relationships: don't listen to celebrities! Bacon once told Entertainment Tonight:

Whatever you do, don't listen to celebrities on advice on how to stay married. That's my secret.

Sedgwick still gets "flutters" when Bacon walks into a room:

When he walks into a room, I'm still ― I mean, my heart gets a little fluttery and I think, 'Oh! He's so cute. He's so hot.' That's literally the first thing I think. You can ask people on the set — it's palpable. He's still a mystery to me. And getting older together is scary and exciting.

Bacon has also spoken to Good Housekeeping about what it's like to be in a 30-year relationship with your true love:

Being with Kyra is so natural for me. It's the easiest aspect of my life. I know that I don't need a beach or room service to be happy.

Twitter was obsessed with the Hollywood power couple's wholesome life together:

Happy anniversary to one of the cutest couples in Hollywood!

H/T: HuffPost, Entertainment Tonight

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