Kristen Bell Shares Photo of Dax Shepard in Bed: 'Look How Cute This Creature Is'

The actress posted a humorous and intimate glimpse at her husband on social media

<p>Elyse Jankowski/Getty; Kristen Bell/Instagram</p> Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.

Elyse Jankowski/Getty; Kristen Bell/Instagram

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.

After more than a decade of marriage, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are still finding ways to share intimate moments — sometimes with the world.

Bell, 43, posted a shirtless photo of Shepard, 48, under the sheets looking at the camera alongside the caption: "Look how cute this creature is. 💜💗❤️ He says 'it looks like you placed an old man’s head on a young strong body' so I said agree to disagree."

The couple tied the knot in an intimate courthouse ceremony in Beverly Hills, California, in 2013 after nearly six years of dating. They share two daughtersLincoln, 10, and Delta, 8 — and cofounded the all-natural baby products brand Hello Bello in 2019.

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The Frozen actress told PEOPLE that same year the reason she fell in love with Shepard.

“I didn't marry you for your pecs,” Bell said to Shepard then. “I married you for your mouth. I’ve second-guessed it quite a few times!"

“No, we stimulate each other a lot with debates, and the great thing is we disagree on 99.9 percent of topics on the planet,” she added. “There’s always spice to be had.”

<p>Jason Bollenbacher/Getty</p> Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell in Austin, Texas in March 2023.

Jason Bollenbacher/Getty

Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell in Austin, Texas in March 2023.

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The pair have faced their share of ups and downs in their years together, and Bell is a big advocate of therapy. The Good Place alum told PEOPLE in 2021 that working on their marriage has been crucial to their success as a couple.

"Every couple of years, we're like, 'We're being very antagonistic towards each other,' and we don't want that," she explained. "We go back to therapy and figure out what I'm not doing that's best for you and what you're not doing that's best for me, and how we can serve this team goal better. It's been incredibly helpful."

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