The 37-year-old Good Place star and her husband hilariously showed off their doppelgängers that they found while watching the women’s figure skating competition on Thursday night. In a picture shared on Bell's Instagram, the couple paused the television on Olympic figure skater Bradie Tennell’s mother, Jeannie, and brother sitting in the crowd. The Frozen star noted that Jeannie resembled an older version of herself, while Bradie's brother looked like a younger version of Shepard.
"Found footage: me +20yrs, @daxshepard 20 younger. #olympics," Bell captioned the snap of the two of them recreating the image on TV.
The twosome love to goof off and clearly that's what makes their successful marriage work. Last week on Valentine's Day, Bell shared a handwritten letter listing her tips and tricks to a happy and healthy relationship.
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Kristen Bell Reveals the Keys to Her Adorably Successful Marriage to Dax Shepard
Among the notes that the mother of two wrote were vulnerability, having your own space, understanding, unconditional love and appreciating your partner's individual interests.
"Vulnerability always begets connection and intimacy. Stay vulnerable with each other," Bell wrote in her candid note. "In 10 years, when the dopamine has waned, remember: life is a crazy ride. It's a privilege to go through it with a partner."
The couple has always been vocal about what makes their relationship so strong and the turbulent times they've faced together. Shepard even revealed last year during an interview with Good Morning America that early on the two attended therapy to work on their near-constant fighting in the early years of their relationship.
"We went to therapy early on to learn what our pattern of arguing was and where we needed to stop that," Shepard explained. "I think most people wait until the thing is exploding before they see a professional. So I thought maybe an ounce of prevention this go-around would be advisable."