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Chris Meloni Shared Amazing Candid Pics From His Wife's Birthday Weekend

The Law & Order: Organized Crime star celebrated wife Sherman Williams in the best way.

By Jackie Manno
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Chris Meloni celebrated his wife’s birthday in the best way! 

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The Law & Order: Organized Crime star took to his official Instagram page on January 22 to honor his partner in crime, Sherman Williams, on her special day.

In the first snapshot of the heartwarming carousel, Williams is seen showing off a pair of black platform heels–bright red nail polish galore. We then get a glimpse of a gorgeous candid photo of her putting the shoes on and smiling towards something (her hubby maybe?).

In the next pic, the birthday girl in seen with a pink and silver tiara and a drink in front of her. And then, she jumps in Meloni’s arms while he is grinning ear to ear.

But for the best part of the carousel, he and his family get down to the classic disco song “Funkytown” by Lipps Inc in an adorable video. The clip gave us a close-up to their faces while they danced around and mouthed the words. How adorable!

“So…this happened. My gurl. Ageless. Timeless. Steppin’ out with the young-uns to show em how it’s done. #HBDbaby #Talkaboutit @sophiaemeloni @sherman.meloni @dante_melonii,” Meloni enthusiastically captioned the post.

Meloni and Williams tied the knot in 1995 and are as strong as ever in 2023. The two now share two children, 21-year-old Sophia Meloni and 18-year-old Dante Meloni. "It doesn't feel like 27 years. When the hell did that happen?" the actor told People about his marriage in October 2022.

He then revealed the couple’s secret to making their high profile marriage work. "We're doing good. It's her patience with me, and I really mean that. She's allowed me to grow at my speed, because she's always been more mature and more levelheaded in many ways," he said to the outlet. "She paints and I go in her studio, and it just makes me happy. We have her work all over the house. She wants to buy art, and I'm like, 'I don't want that. I want yours.'"

Watch Law & Order: Organized Crime on NBC Thursdays at 10/9c and next day on Peacock.