At the premiere of the new movie Jungle Cruise over the weekend, the Hollywood star John Stamos, 57, could not stop kissing his “beautiful” 35 year-old wife Caitlin McHugh.

“Wild night last night! The premiere of @disneysjunglecruise What a ride! And btw- how beautiful does my wife look?” Stamos gushed on Instagram.


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Stamos and McHugh have been married for three years, and they are parents to a young son named Billy.

This comes after Stamos spoke out to say that he was not surprised that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen rejected the chance to star in “Fuller House,” the Netflix sequel to their show “Full House.”

“Were you surprised that the Olsens never made an appearance on the show, or you knew when they said, ‘We’re not doing it,’ that they weren’t doing it?” asked television host Andy Cohen.

“Yeah, that was pretty much it,” Stamos replied, according to Daily Mail. “I mean, you know, we were disappointed, but we understood. I remember Lori [Loughlin] saying to me, ‘They won two or three CFDA [Fashion] Awards.’ That’s like winning two or three Oscars. If you won three Oscars, would you come back and do this? I was like, “Eh, maybe not.”

Dave Coulier, who also starred on both “Full House” and “Fuller House,” commented on the Olsen twins not doing the show as well.

“They’re family members,” he said of the twins. “But I think they have a different perspective. When we get together and we reminisce, they were babies [at the time]. So they don’t share those same memories.”

Coulier added that it’s unlikely that the twins feel as connected to the show as the rest of the cast does.

“I can’t really speak for them but I would understand why they don’t have the same sentiments that we all do,” he said.

Stamos has admitted that it was bittersweet to say goodbye to “Fuller House” after it ended.

“When we did the original series, we got canceled, and we knew like a week before, and we were just doing a regular last show,” he said. “We never did the final show. So it was pretty emotional.”

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