Joshua Jackson Praises Wife Jodie Turner-Smith on Twitter — Before She Corrects His Typo

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Tommaso Boddi/WireImage Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith     

Joshua Jackson is so full of affection for spouse Jodie Turner-Smith, he cannot be bothered with little issues like spelling and grammar.

The Dawson’s Creek alum, 42, shared some love for the mom of his baby on Twitter Saturday. “Can I just take the moment to not [sic] that my wife has been absolutely smashing the photo shoot game this year,” he wrote.

Turner-Smith, 34, did not miss a beat, quote-tweeting her husband and mentioning that he truly misspelled “note” in his tweet. 

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“Spelling or no. I’m not wrong,” Jackson responded, posting her covers for Hunger and Stylist magazines in addition to a picture of her because the titular, doomed Tudor queen within the BBC Channel 5 restricted sequence Anne Boleyn. “Sheesh,” he commented for one picture, including with one other, “I mean.”

The Queen & Slim actress seems to be simply as enamored, not too long ago raving about their relationship to PEOPLE. “I think it’s really beautiful to be with someone who is so supportive and so loving,” she stated. “We’re so similar in so many ways. We’re like mirrors for each other. And I just really love that human being.”

“We high five each other all the time about how great we chose,” Turner-Smith added with fun. “We’re like, ‘You did a great job choosing,’ and then we’re like, ‘Yeah, you too.’”

She and Jackson tied the knot in 2019, which PEOPLE confirmed that December. In April 2020, the couple welcomed their first baby, a daughter named Janie, 14 months. Turner-Smith instructed PEOPLE on the time “being a pregnant person taught me to advocate even harder for myself.”

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“My child is watching,” she defined. “I have to, in my ways, show her how to be a person that loves themself. Loving yourself means having boundaries, means standing up for yourself, means standing up for what’s right in the world. We’re seeing so many things happen in the world that are not right.”

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