Hugh Jackman has shared his secret to a long and happy marriage.
The X-Men star, who has been married to his wife Deborra-lee Furness, 60, for nearly 20 years, revealed his top tip during a live interview with Australian morning show Sunrise on Wednesday (30Mar16).
When asked if there was a slogan he lived his life by, the action man admitted how important it is to prioritise his wife's happiness above all else.
"The most important one, is drummed into me everyday. Happy wife, happy life. That's the slogan. We're about to celebrate our 20th (anniversary)," he beamed.
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Hugh Jackman Paid Tribute To His Wife Deborra-lee Furness By Singing To The Actress At Her Star-studded 60th Birthday Party.
Deborra reaches the milestone on 8 December (15), but her husband marked the occasion early by putting on a lavish bash at a restaurant in Melbourne's Botanic Gardens on Saturday night (28Nov15).
Guests at the party included Hollywood star Eric Bana and Australian actress Sigrid Thornton, and Hugh proved his love for his wife of nearly 20 years by serenading her, according to the Sydney Daily Telegraph.
The X-Men star also presented Deborra with a video tribute from the couple's famous friends, including Barbra Streisand and Jerry Seinfeld, who were unable to attend the event.
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Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has revealed his sex life was helped by playing Blackbeard in 'Pan'.
Hugh Jackman's sex life was helped by playing Blackbeard in 'Pan'.
The 46-year-old actor - who stars as Peter Pan's nemesis in the prequel to JM Barrie's classic novel - has revealed his actress wife, Deborra-lee Furness, was turned on by his distinctive-looking pirate outfit.
Asked about his family's reaction to his appearance as Blackbeard, Hugh said: ''The kids really don't talk about it much. I think when I get home they just like me to be dad, but from my wife's perspective she said, 'This is one of the sexiest characters you've played.'
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Hugh Jackman felt ''powerless'' when he was abandoned by his mother at a young age.
Hugh Jackman felt ''powerless'' as a boy.
The 'Wolverine' star was abandoned by his mother at a young age and he admits it has had a drastic effect on his life.
He said: ''From the moment mom left, I was a fearful kid who felt powerless. I was the youngest. I used to be the first one home and I was frightened to go inside. I couldn't go into the house on my own. I'd wait outside, scared, frustrated. Growing up I was scared of the dark. I was scared of heights.
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Hugh Jackman has revealed he would like to date George Clooney if he was a woman because he thinks he's ''naughty'' and ''cheeky.''
The 'Wolverine' star may have been happily married to his wife Deborra-lee Furness for 18 years but he has admitted he would quite like to romance the 54-year-old actor if he was the opposite sex because he's ''naughty'' and ''cheeky.''
Sharing part of an interview on his Twitter account, Hugh, 46, said: ''Who would I date if I was a woman? I reckon George Clooney because he's funny and he's naughty and he's kind of cheeky. And he just looks like fun.''
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Hugh Jackman was ''a little intimidated'' when he met wife Deborra-Lee Furness for the first time in a car in 1995 because ''she was a big star.''
The 'Wolverine' star, who is set to celebrate his 20th wedding anniversary with the 59-year-old actress next April, was very nervous when he was forced to share a car with her to the set of their Australian TV show 'Correlli' in 1995.
He said: ''I was a little intimidated because she was a big star. I get into the back and say hi, she takes off her seatbelt and turned around in the front seat and she reached her hand out and she was like, 'Hi. I'm Deborra-Lee.' She took her sunglasses off and I loved that. First of all, she was stunning, took the sunnies off and she was just cool. From then on we were best buds.''
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Hugh Jackman has admitted that his strict diet and exercise regime for 'Wolverine' makes him angry
Hugh Jackman's 'Wolverine' preparations make him ''angry''.
The 46-year-old actor undergoes a dramatic transformation when he has to bulk up to play the mutant and gets increasingly ''annoyed'' by the weight-gain diet plan and regular exercise regime he has to follow.
He said: ''Wolverine is very determined and visceral. It's not just his anger that drives him, although he obviously uses anger to his advantage.
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Hugh Jackman has always wanted to ''explore the world'' because his childhood heroes were captain's who travelled across the planet.
Hugh Jackman has always wanted to ''explore the world''.
The 'Wolverine' actor - who has kids Oscar, 14, and Ava, nine, with wife Deborra-lee Furness - enjoys the ''romance and adventure'' of visiting new places and having different experiences.
He said: ''As a child, one of my heroes was Captain James Cook, who explored the oceans and another historical figure who fascinated me was Lawrence Of Arabia.
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Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has revealed that his wife is ''much more liberal and generous'' than he is.
Hugh Jackman thinks his wife is ''much more liberal and generous'' than he is.
The Hollywood star - who married his wife Deborra-lee Furness in 1996 - has revealed there's a marked distinction between the way he and his wife treat their kids, Oscar, 14, and Ava, nine.
He said: ''Deb has a much more liberal and generous attitude than I do though.
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Hugh Jackman is ''concerned'' about spoiling his children and wants them to appreciate the value of money.
Hugh Jackman is ''concerned'' about spoiling his children.
The 'Wolverine' actor - who has kids Oscar, 14, and Ava, nine, with wife Deborra-lee Furness - wants the youngsters to understand the value of money and not expect to have everything handed to them.
He said ''It's a concern to me. My own father was very generous with money and neither me nor my brothers ever had to worry about getting a good education and a good start in life.
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