Precious! Barry Williams — most known for playing Greg Brady on the ABC comedy The Brady Bunch — is absolutely head over heels for his wife Tina Mahina, and he was quick to remind everyone of that on their second wedding anniversary.

The 64-year-old took to Instagram on Wednesday, July 10, to share a photo of him smiling next to his partner in crime. “My lovely bride and I celebrated our 2nd Wedding Anniversary last evening at #chateauonthelake,” the actor captioned the pic. Sweet! Take a look at the lovely snap below!

Fans couldn’t help but to feel quite joyful about the couple’s special day, as they took to the comments section to respond. “Happy Anniversary. May you enjoy many more years together,” one person wrote. Another added, “Congrats to two wonderful people!”

The happy pair tied the knot in 2017, but it was not the first time that the Hollywood star has said I do. Back in 1990, he married Diane Martin. The duo split in 1992. Seven years later, Barry once again found love, this time marrying Eila Mary Matt, before parting ways in 2005.

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Along the way, Barry has welcomed three children — son Brandon, who he shares with Eila — and daughter Samantha, who he had with his ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Kennedy. While the TV legend is living quite the life these days, he of course still gets asked about his days on The Brady Bunch — and he’s all about taking a trip down memory lane sometimes.

“There are a couple of things that differentiated us from many of the other sort of, what you’d call, child stars of the day,” Barry recalled in an exclusive interview with Closer Weekly. “Chief among them is there were six of us as opposed to one or two in the show. And that creates a whole different dynamic because it’s not just the kid trying to figure it out. There’s six of us trying to figure out what’s going on, and what all this attention is about, and the workload, the responsibilities, the people coming up to us, adjustments in school, adjustments in public, being recognized, traveling — all of that kind of thing.”

We just love that Barry is still remembering his Brady Bunch days, all while embracing a new chapter in his life.