Michael J. Fox gave a touching tribute on Instagram to his wife of thirty years, Tracy Pollan. It was her birthday and he wanted to celebrate her in style.
Fox posted a series of three photos on his @realmikejfox Instagram as a celebration of her birthday. Perhaps it was apt: one for each decade that they have been together. The photos that he chose were real indicators of the affection that they have for one another.
The first shows Tracy looking back at the camera in a red long sleeved shirt walking towards the waves on a secluded beach in twilight lighting. The second was a glamor shot of Tracy dressed up for dinner at a table by the ocean. And the last was another restaurant shot of the two of them smiling for the camera.
His sweet caption read, “Happy birthday @tracy.pollan. You are a perfect summer day. Bright, hot and beautiful. Forever love. Xoxo❤️?????”
Tracy responded to his adorable caption with the comment, “Thank you sweetie! Love you so much and impressed by your swipey abilities! #nina”
Tracy and Michael met decades ago on the seminal TV show “Family Ties,” but Tracy was dating Kevin Bacon at the time. The two got together years later when they were filming “Bright Lights, Big City” together, and after just a seven month relationship, they got married reported E.
Now, it’s clear that the couple have a true love connection.The couple have four children together and Tracy has stood by Michael after his Parkinson’s diagnosis at the tender age of 29. She reportedly just took the challenge of his diagnosis head on.
“Tracy was just like, ‘You’ve got a stone in your shoe. We’ll do what we can until you can get it out.” Michael told AARP magazine, “In the meantime, if you limp with the stone, that’s all right. You can hold my hand, and we’ll get over that.’”
Watch a timeline of their story in the video below:
What a true blue romance. Do you know a couple who has been together for thirty years? Show them this article, they’ll love to reflect on their own strong relationship.
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