After posting a slew of new images, one of everyone’s favorite Home & Away couples has proven they’re more in love than ever.
James Stewart of Home & Away shared two poolside photos with his wife and former co-star Sarah Roberts on Instagram on Tuesday.
The couple was all smiles as they embraced in the pool, taking some time to unwind.
“Love ya baby x,” James captioned the post.
The actors were quick to be inundated with messages of support from fans and friends, with fellow Summer Bay dweller Georgie Parker commenting: “Beautiful.”
Sarah responded to the sweet tribute via her own Instagram, sharing a similar picture with the caption: “hey husby. I love u too 🤍.”
Georgie, who doesn’t like to play favorites, quickly added four red heart emojis to Sarah’s message as well.
Sarah and James met for the first time at her last audition for the role of Willow in Home & Away.
The actress was summoned again to take part in a chemistry test with James (who plays Justin on the soap). Needless to say, she acquitted herself admirably.
“Geoffrey the director came out and said: ‘Look I’m not going to bring you into the room first. I just want you to walk straight into the audition room and go straight into the scene’,” Sarah recalled in a video shared to the official H&A Instagram account.
“I was like, ‘You know what? This is my third audition for Home & Away, I’m just gonna go for it.’ Jimmy was tied up on the chair and I just strutted in, straddled him and started the scene. I guess the rest is history.”
Sarah has been putting her health and family first since leaving Home and Away. Scout, the daughter of her husband James and his ex-partner Jessica Marais, is nine years old and she is her stepmother.
Scout is “a lovely lady inside and out,” the actress said in an exclusive interview with New Idea in February.
“She loves art, she’s dramatic (just like her dad!) and she also has the biggest heart for such a little human,” the DJ said.
“I may be biased but I think Scout can grow up to be whatever she sets her mind to…
I just hope that that growing up doesn’t happen too quickly!”