John Stamos wishes TV wife Lori Loughlin 'Happy Birthday'

Actress Lori Loughlin turned 54 Saturday. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

By Karen Butler, UPI

John Stamos took to Instagram to wish a "Happy Birthday" to Lori Loughlin -- his co-star in Full House and its sequel series Fuller House.

"Been Jesse to your Rebecca for 30 years. 30 more, then that's it! I don't for one second take for granted your talent, your heart and most importantly, our friendship. Happy Birthday Lori, XO," Stamos captioned a throwback photo of him and Loughlin, smiling together on a boat.

Loughlin turned 54 Saturday.

Actress Andrea Barber, who played Kimmy Gibbler in the original sitcom and its followup, also shared kind words on social media for Loughlin on her special day.
"Happy birthday to my beautiful friend @loriloughlin, who has the best laugh, the prettiest smile, the funniest dog, and the biggest heart. I love you, Lori!" Barber wrote.

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