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Kevin Bacon And Kyra Sedgwick's Throwback Photos Prove What Love Really Is

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Kevin Bacon was one of the biggest stars in the 80s, and Kyra Sedgwick has been by his side the entire time.

Bacon and Sedgwick met on the set of the TV movie Lemon Sky. They were married on September 4th, 1988. That's 29 years ago! Based on Hollywood standards they have been married forever now!

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The couple also has two kids together, Travis and Sosie.

How have they managed to stay together for all these years? Sedgwick says that they stay together because, "that desire is there." She added, "when he walks into a room, I’m still ― I mean, my heart gets a little fluttery and I think, ’Oh! He’s so cute. He’s so hot.′ That’s literally the first thing I think,”

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Bacon has been asked the same question over the years, and his answer was a little sillier, saying that "Whatever you do, don’t listen to celebrities on advice on how to stay married. That's my secret."

While everyone else in Hollywood was getting divorced, Bacon and Sedgwick were building their life together. They grow closer every year, but they still take the time to remember the good ol' days and wish each other a happy anniversary.

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Both Bacon and Sedgwick gave each other adorable tributes online and it really makes you remember that love does exist...

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