Isla Fisher is protecting what’s most special to her.
When asked about the secret to her relationship with Baron Cohen, 51, Fisher said, “I get nervous talking about it because I feel like, by not having my relationship in the public domain and not having spoken about how we met or really talked about our marriage publicly, it’s remained something private and valuable to me.”
“I don’t know if that’s the secret. But having a shared ability to find humor in the sharpness of life is always going to bring connection,” ela adicionou. “E, de outra forma, I just think it’s nice to keep some things for yourself.”
Nunca perca uma história - inscreva-se em Boletim semanal gratuito da PEOPLE para receber as maiores notícias da semana em sua caixa de entrada todas as sextas-feiras.
Mais tarde, while discussing traveling for work and moving away from Australia after finishing season 2 of her show Wolf Like Me, Fisher said of her family, “I’m not just responsible for myself. I have four other human beings [na minha vida] and I need to keep everybody happy.”
De volta em dezembro, Baron Cohen marcado 20 anos de casamento with Fisher on Instagram, sharing throwback photos of them together. He joked in the caption, “Happy Anniversary my love. I’m writing this rather than getting you a card. Our duration is largely due to our location – after all Hollywood is the bastion of lengthy marriages.”
Em maio 2021, Fisher told Maria Clara Austrália about her goal to facilitate a “normal childhood” for their kids.
“Motherhood is actually my favorite topic, but I keep it private. I think all parents are trying to protect their kids, especially in the social media age,” Fisher said at the time. “I want our children to have a normal childhood, being able to play outside without pressure or scrutiny.”
“All kids have the right to just be kids,” ela adicionou, “and I would never sell a film or magazine by speaking about [mine].”