Jamie Oliver and his lovely wife started dating when they were just 18-years-old, and are now celebrating their 17th wedding anniversary. 


The celebrity chef has marked his 17th wedding anniversary with an heartfelt throwback photo from their big day. 


The 42-year-old father of five posted the black and white image, showing the loved-up couple standing at the altar, looking lovingly into eachother's eyes. 


"Happy 17th wedding anniversary to my darling wife Jools Oliver thank you for everything you are the best !!! love you babe Jx5x go look in the bread bin there's a present for you!" read the post. 



The adorable wedding picture has been liked more than 134,000 times in just a handful of hours, with thousands of people sending their well wishes to the couple. 


The former blushing bride also shared a cute pic of the couple, and simply captioned it: "17 years!"


Many of the couple's fans congratulated them on their successful marriage, while some inquisitive users asked what Jools found in the bread bin. 


One fan even joked: "It's our 17th Anniversary this year and I can guarantee that the only thing my hubby would leave in the bread bin is an empty pack of bagels."



17 years 

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The couple have three daughters Poppy Honey, 15, Daisy Boo, 14, and eight-year-old Petal Blossom as well as two sons Buddy Bear, six, and ten-month-old River Rocket.


Sending huge congrats to the happy couple! 




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