Cameron Daddo shares a sweet tribute to his wife Alison Brahe as they celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary after their marital woes
Cameron Daddo shared a gushing tribute to his wife Alison Brahe as they celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary on Wednesday.
The Australian actor, 59, posted a sweet photo to Instagram of himself embracing his wife and professed his love for her.
‘Waking up 30yrs married and messing around trying to do a “cool shot” to say thank you to the @parkhyattsydney for leaving this pic of us taken 30years ago with a bottle of champers,’ he wrote.
Milestone: Cameron Daddo shared a sweet tribute to his wife Alison Brahe as they celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary on Wednesday
‘It was a fun, kind and thoughtful gesture that we really appreciated. PS it was also brilliant to revisit the place we spent 5hrs at 30yrs ago and finally really enjoy the majesty of the hotel and location. #notapaidadvertisement.’
The couple wed in 1991 and have three children together, daughters Lotus, 24, and Bodhi, 14, and a son, River, 20.
Back in 2019, Cameron revealed his marriage was never the same again after his extra-marital affair in 1994.
‘Waking up 30 years married’: The Australian actor, 59, posted a sweet photo to Instagram of himself embracing his wife and professed his love for her
Alison added that the couple had to go through a ‘hell of a lot of work’ before they could finally reach a happy place.
‘I was the one who left the marriage,’ Cameron told Woman’s Day, clarifying that he had been unfaithful, not Alison.
His infidelity took place in America, after he had relocated there for his acting career.
Alison admitted that their marriage was hardly ‘couple goals’, but they worked on it and are better off today.
‘You don’t get to 28 years of marriage without a hell of a lot of work and struggles – and a fair chunk of pain and tears,’ she said.
Family: The couple wed in 1991 and have three children together, daughters Lotus, 24, and Bodhi, 14, and a son, River, 20
In 2017, the pair also discussed the financial struggles they’d experienced in the mid-2000s, when Cameron was a struggling actor in Los Angeles.
In an interview with Stellar magazine, Alison revealed that their friends were leaving groceries on their doorstep just so they could feed their three children.
‘Cam still deals with feeling, you know, a lot of angst or shame around that,’ she said.
At one point, Cameron thought he’d made it after he landed a part in David Lynch’s Inland Empire, only to find out that the role paid just $500 in total.
‘It looks great on the résumé,’ he confessed. ‘But that’s the going rate for those low-budget projects. The father part of me just went, ‘I’ve got to get cash.”
The family have since returned to Australia, where Cameron works as an actor and radio presenter for Smooth FM.
Marriage: Back in 2019, Cameron revealed his marriage was never the same again after his extra-marital affair in 1994