Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are about to celebrate a big anniversary. The Daily Mail reports that on Sunday, October 19, the couple will mark two years of marriage. Leading up to the big day, the pair are stealing away for some private time in the idyllic environment of New Zealand. Timberlake posted some pictures on Instagram of the couple's view of the ocean, including one that appeared to show a back view of the couple taking in the landscape.
Timberlake seemed to invoke solace in his caption, which read: "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." The quote is from the movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the classic 1980's film in which a high schooler takes an unauthorized day off.
The Mail notes that Timberlake will take a month off around the time of his and Biel's wedding anniversary before resuming his tour in North America. US surmised the photo was taken between Timberlake's gigs at Auckland's Vector Arena. Justin has been doing shows around Australasia on his 20/20 Experience World tour.
In addition to the picture of Biel and Timberlake on a wooden bench high atop the water, Timberlake also posted snaps of a high mountaintop with the hashtag "#OnTopOfTheWorld." Another photo appeared to show Timberlake in "Rocky" pose, wearing the same hoodie as in the shot with Biel and his biceps flexed as he faced the water. The photo was captioned "Flexin," with hashtags "#ThisLife" and "#NewZealand."
BBC News recalled that Timberlake and Biel were married October 2012 in a beautiful location that may rival the New Zealand vista; the Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia, Italy. Both Timberlake and Biel are in their early 30s, and Biel told Elle magazine in 2012 what marriage means to her.
As quoted by US, Biel said tying the knot is about the simple things.
"[Marriage] means always having someone there to open the pickle jar. To share the ups and downs with, have adventures with. Someone to go swimming naked with. That kind of thing."
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