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Dax Shepard recently went on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to celebrate his birthday.

While he was there, his wife, Kristen Bell, visited and the pair's love is so strong that it made them both cry.


Shepard sat down with Ellen to discuss his show The Ranch.

On the show, he works with his buddy, Ashton Kutcher, which he says is "about as fun as it gets".

He went on to describe the experience as "really sweet" since Kutcher kick-started Dax's career with Punk'd.

Ellen also set Dax up for a round of "Ask Dr. Dax" — a session where guests can ask Shepard relationship questions.


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After discussing one woman's plight of disliking her husband's favorite sex position, his wife made a surprise appearance to ask him her own question.

Kristen Bell, currently starring on The Good Place, asked him:

"What would you recommend getting someone very special, like a spouse, for their birthday? Or how would you spoil them on their birthday?"

Shepard responded:

"In the bedroom."

After a laugh, Bell cheekily said:

"Let's say I have 'in the bedroom' covered."

She went on to give him a wink and specified she wanted "out of the bedroom" advice.

Dax's response to his wife was the sweetest imaginable.

"I would say please, please, please give that person love and support for 11 years. Give them two beautiful baby girls, and you're good."

As he listed the wonderful things his wife had given him over the years, tears came to his eyes.

Bell wasn't immune to the tears either and she called him out for his emotion saying:

"You're crying, too!

The internet is also overcome with emotion for this amazing couple.










Happy belated birthday, Dax!!

We are happy you found the woman who gave you everything you could have asked for.

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