Saturday Afternoon Fever? John Travolta and Kelly Preston were all smiles as they enjoyed a lazy weekend at home together. The longtime lovebirds looked sweeter than ever in a selfie the Jerry Maguire actress shared on February 8.
“Just hanging out on a Saturday afternoon!” the 57-year-old gushed via Instagram alongside a black heart emoji. In the super cute snapshot, Kelly can be seen beaming with joy as she snuggles up to John, 65, while spending some well-deserved R&R together. The pair kept it casual as the blonde beauty donned a makeup-free face and sweats, while the Saturday Night Fever star sported a black tee.
Fans of John and his beloved wife — who tied the knot in 1991 and share daughter Ella, 19, son Benjamin, 9, and late son Jett — flooded Kelly’s comments section with heartwarming messages. “Y’all look so happy! What a blessing!” one fan wrote, while another gushed, “I love you both so much!!” A third fan commented, writing, “Love! Love! Love!”
We can’t imagine how hard it must be to juggle two Hollywood careers while raising a brood of kids, but somehow Kelly and John make it happen. While chatting with Closer Weekly in November 2017, the Pulp Fiction star and the doting mom revealed how they keep their marriage stronger than ever.
“We really care deeply about each other and we protect each other — and we keep [our relationship] up to date,” John — who lost son Jett in January 2009 — exclusively shared at the time. “Keep checking in and keep growing and changing,” Kelly chimed in.
“Keep doing things, just the two of you,” the Grease actor added, noting how some couples “don’t explore what the new needs are for each other. If you take a little bit of energy to take inventory of ‘What are you interested in lately?’ then you can keep it fresh.”
The proud dad echoed his sweet sentiments in a previous interview with Closer in October 2014. At the time, John revealed how he and Kelly make their decades-long Hollywood marriage last.
“Honestly, after the first few years of a relationship, if you don’t create it, it’s not going to exist,” he shared at the time. “It’s not going to happen on its own. You have to feed it and you have to fuel it and if you let it go as if by magic, it will disappear by magic.”