Aaron Taylor-Johnson Calls Wife His 'Soulmate' After Meeting Aged 18 When She Was 42
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The summer of 2022 is going to be one to remember for Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
The actor stars alongside Brad Pitt in new action comedy Bullet Train, and back in June he celebrated his 10-year anniversary with wife Sam.
The 32-year-old met the director on the set of Nowhere Boy in 2009, and they tied the knot in 2012.
The couple - who have a 23-year age gap - renewed their vows to celebrate 10 years together, with Aaron describing Sam as his 'soulmate'.
Sharing a smoochy snap, the Kick-Ass actor wrote: "Yesterday was the most beautiful day, summer solstice, our 10th anniversary… we renewed our vows to one another and confessed our love in front of our nearest and dearest friends and family it was a celebration of love and joy!
"A decade of marriage. It was a magical unforgettable day and the sun did not stop shining on us both.. we are blessed beyond belief.
"Sammy you are my love, my life, my soulmate, my wife, my world!"
The couple have two children together, and Sam also has two children from a previous marriage.
Celebrating the renewal of their vows on Instagram, the 55-year-old wrote: "10 glorious years.
"My incredible husband, father to all 4 girls.
"I love you, I love you, I love you. Love conquers all."
On top of the family he has built with Sam, Aaron said he found new family making Bullet Train.
He plays assassin Tangerine in the movie, the brother of Lemon, played by Brian Tyree Henry.
The pair formed a close bond, which Aaron said they tried to bring to the screen.
He said: "We really wanted to lean into that and bring that brotherhood in and there’s a lot of trust and I just have that respect for Brian anyway.
"And it's such a lot of love and care and we’re really close after making this movie… we did find a new, I think it's that thing where you shot it in the pandemic, so we all became a really close knit family and we had a lot of, you know, to lean on one another and we sort of brought the best out of each other."