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Pierce Brosnan, 69, wishes wife of 21 years Keely Shay Smith, 58, a happy anniversary

‘I could do it all again’: Pierce Brosnan, 69, shares a throwback wedding photo as he wishes 21-year-old wife Keely Shay Smith, 58, a happy birthday

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Pierce Brosnan shared a heartfelt tribute to his wife of 21 years Keely Shaye Smith on Friday as he wished her a happy wedding anniversary.

The James Bond star, 69, took to Instagram to share a throwback snap of the couple on their wedding day, gushing, ‘I could do it all again’.

His short but sweet love note read: ‘Happy birthday my dear Keely, we danced that night and are still dancing the dance today. I could do it all again. ️ [sic].’

Wedded bliss: Pierce Brosnan shared a heartfelt tribute to his wife of 21 years Keely Shaye Smith on Friday as he wished her a happy wedding anniversary

Wedded bliss: Pierce Brosnan shared a heartfelt tribute to his wife of 21 years Keely Shaye Smith on Friday as he wished her a happy wedding anniversary

Keeley, 58, shared the same image on her Instagram, simply writing, “Happy birthday my love.”

A large number of Pierce fans and showbiz friends quickly responded to his message, sending their well wishes on the special day.

Pierce exchanged vows with Keely in his native Ireland in August 2001.

Pierce met Keely, 57, at a party in 1994 after the death of Pierce’s first wife Cassandra Harris in 1991, and it clicked before finally deciding to tie the knot seven years later.

Sweet: The James Bond star, 69, took to Instagram to share a look back at the couple on their wedding day, gushing: 'I could do it all again' (pictured in 2018)

Sweet: The James Bond star, 69, took to Instagram to share a look back at the couple on their wedding day, gushing: 'I could do it all again' (pictured in 2018)

Sweet: The James Bond star, 69, took to Instagram to share a look back at the couple on their wedding day, gushing: ‘I could do it all again’ (pictured in 2018)

The couple have two sons together, Dylan, 25, and Paris, 21, and are the youngest of Pierce’s five children.

The Mamma Mia! hunk also has son Sean, 38, and adopted son Chris, 49, as well as his late adopted daughter Charlotte with Cassandra.

Pierce adopted Cassandra’s children Chris and Charlotte after their father Dermot Harris died in 1986.

Tribute: His short but sweet love note read: 'Happy birthday my dear Keely, we danced that night and are still dancing the dance today.  I could do it all again.  ️ [sic]'

Tribute: His short but sweet love note read: 'Happy birthday my dear Keely, we danced that night and are still dancing the dance today.  I could do it all again.  ️ [sic]'

Tribute: His short but sweet love note read: ‘Happy birthday my dear Keely, we danced that night and are still dancing the dance today. I could do it all again. ️ [sic]’

Pierce has often spoken out about how Keely saved him from depression after his personal tragedies, describing her as a ‘I couldn’t live without’ strength.

Pierce opened in April 2017 for People about how the couple enjoy each other’s company.

He said, “My wife and I took a short road trip to Santa Barbara – we went for a romantic weekend and to see houses and drink good wine,” he said.

“We didn’t listen to music, we just listened to each other’s voices and ordered the world.”

Romance: Pierce met Keely, 57, at a party in 1994 after the death of Pierce's first wife Cassandra Harris in 1991, and it clicked before finally deciding to tie the knot seven years later

Romance: Pierce met Keely, 57, at a party in 1994 after the death of Pierce's first wife Cassandra Harris in 1991, and it clicked before finally deciding to tie the knot seven years later

Romance: Pierce met Keely, 57, at a party in 1994 after the death of Pierce’s first wife Cassandra Harris in 1991, and it clicked before finally deciding to tie the knot seven years later

Meanwhile, the actor has a number of projects coming out this year, including the movie The King’s Daughter, in which he plays King Louis XIV; the DC movie Black Adam, in which he and Dwayne Johnson see Dr. Fate will play; and The Out-Law, an action comedy also starring Nina Dobrev and Michael Rooker.

Brosnan will also be featured in a project for The History Channel called History’s Greatest Heists, which will chronicle large-scale robberies that have taken place, Deadline reported Wednesday.

The series airs in eight episodes and chronicles events ranging from the 1899 Wilcox train robbery to the 1950 Great Brink Boston robbery, featuring “stylized” recreations of the crimes and visual effects, the outlet reported.

His rock: Pierce has often been vocal about how Keely saved him from depression after his personal tragedies, describing her as a force 'I couldn't live without' (pictured in 2020)

His rock: Pierce has often been vocal about how Keely saved him from depression after his personal tragedies, describing her as a force 'I couldn't live without' (pictured in 2020)

His rock: Pierce has often been vocal about how Keely saved him from depression after his personal tragedies, describing her as a force ‘I couldn’t live without’ (pictured in 2020)

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