Heather and Terry marked the big day on Sunday with a song and a kiss. "HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO THE LOVE OF MY LIFE ! @drdubrow feels like yesterday we were dancing at our wedding ... Couldn't love you more," the RHOC actress captioned the clip of the couple serenading each other on Instagram.
The couple was married on June 5, 1999 and basically put the "fairytale" in "fairytale wedding" with this lovely wedding photo.
But when you've been married for nearly two decades like Heather and Terry have, it's easy to be off by one when you're counting the years.
It looks like Heather and Terry had a few days full of fun — and some work — which she dubbed their "anniversary weekend" on Instagram. Though Terry had to do some filming for Botched during the weekend, the couple later spent some time together at a charity event.
They also included their children in the festivities, and of course, Heather sipped on some Champs to commemorate the occasion.
Taking their relationship to a professional level with their TV careers, Consult Beaute skincare line, and upcoming book Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig Present the Only Guide You'll Ever Need to the Best Anti-Aging Treatments has been a key part of their evolution as a couple over the years. "I think when you're a couple, you either grow together or grow apart, and we've grown together in such a beautiful way as a romantic couple and everything that we do personally, we've merged together into one career," Heather recently told The Daily Dish about how their romantic relationship became professional.
Terry sweetly credits Heather with his personal and professional transformation. "When I met Heather, apart from the name, she was Heather Dubrow, she's the person she is today. But she made me, Terry Dubrow, the person I am today," he told The Daily Dish. "What I mean by that is she's more of already this formed, mature expert and entertainer, and I became whatever I am right now because of her. So it's her fault."
Well done, Heather.
Check out more romantic pics of Heather and Terry through the years, below.