Jennifer Flavin shared a selfie with her husband Sylvester Stallone marking their 23rd wedding anniversary while on lockdown in Los Angeles.

The couple cozied up for a sweet photo as she wrote ‘Happy anniversary to us! 23 years.’


Sylvester, 73, took the snap, wearing a dark blue zip-up sweater, while Jennifer placed her arm and rested her chin on his shoulder.

The couple initially met in 1988 and began a relationship that ended in 1994, when the actor had a relationship with model Janice Dickinson.

He reconciled with Jennifer, 51, in 1995 after a DNA confirmed he was not the father of Janice’s daughter Savannah. 

They welcomed daughter Sophia in 1996 and wed in a civil ceremony at The Dorchester Hotel in London on May 17, 1997.


Together the actor and former model went on to welcome two more daughters Sistine in 1998 and Scarlet in 2002. 

Sistine shared a snap of the couple from their civil ceremony with Jennifer in a white crop top, veil and low-rise jeans, and Sylvester in a plain black tee and dark jeans. 

’23 years of marriage,’ she wrote with a heart emoji. ‘Their second wedding lol.’ 


Scarlet also celebrated her parents with a post to her Instagram stories on Sunday. 

Sharing a photo from an unknown date, the couple looked retro both rocking plain tees in beige and blue. 

Sylvester posed with his middle fingers touching, and Jennifer placed her hand on his stomach. 

She simply wrote ’23 years,’ with a red dancing emoji.


Before his relationship with Jennifer, the Rambo actor was married to Sasha Czack for 11 years.

They had two sons, Sage and Seargeoh. Tragically Sage died of heart disease in 2012 at the age of 26.

After the demise of his relationship with Sasha, Stallone was married to model Brigitte Nielsen for a tumultuous two years.

But the actor has said he truly met his match with Jennifer, telling The Daily Telegraph: ‘I’ve never had more fun’ than with his other half.

‘I learned that from my wife … It took me 19 years to realize she’s always right,’ he went on, adding: ‘I realized that women have a knack, at least Jennifer, for making incredibly erudite, wise, smart decisions. I always leap without looking.’