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Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are soaking up marriage bliss.
The pair celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary Thursday by paying a visit to the place they tied the knot at San Ysidro Ranch in California.
“Happy Anniversary!! Mom and dads first night away in three years. Back to the spot where we said “I do!” Love you honey,” Pratt, 43, wrote on Instagram alongside a sweet selfie of the couple.
For her part, Schwarzenegger posted a series of snaps of the pair at the gorgeous venue, which features stunning floral displays and lush green landscapes.
“Came back to the place where it all happened ♥️ happy anniversary to my love angel face. I love life with you ♥️,” the 33-year-old wrote.
Schwarzenegger’s mom Maria Shriver responded with her congratulations for the couple.
“Love this love you both love being inspired by your love love watching how you treat each other laugh with each other respect one another love becomes you bravo ❤️,” Shriver, 67, wrote.
Elsewhere, the author’s brother, Patrick Schwarzenegger, left a heart emoji under the photos.
In one of the snaps, Pratt gifted his wife a beautiful bouquet of flowers and a card that read, “Happy Anniversary my love.”
Pratt and the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Shriver began dating in 2018, with the actor proposing in January 2019.
The pair tied the knot at the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, Calif., in June 2019 and have since welcomed two daughters together: Lyla, 2, and 11-month-old Eloise.
The “Parks and Recreation” alum was previously married to actress Anna Faris from 2009 to 2018.
The exes share a 10-year-old son Jack.
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Pratt recently opened up about his life before meeting Katherine, saying he “felt really broken” and was “really struggling” mentally.
“I met Katherine — now it’s been five, six years ago,” he said on The Drew Barrymore Show in April. “God has a fast-forward button, you know. When it’s right — boom — you’re hit. You fall in love, you get married.”
“Now we have two beautiful daughters to add to my family, and it feels really great,” he shared, adding that “there was a moment in my life that I was really struggling and felt really broken.”