This pic proves Jason Momoa and his wife Lisa Bonet were meant for each other
Though Jason Momoa uses Instagram to show off behind-the-scenes Game of Thrones photos and to celebrate his super cute kids, he hardly ever posts photos of his wife Lisa Bonet (aka The Cosby Show’s Denise Huxtable). Yet, a few hours ago, Jason gave us a rare gem of him and his lady – and we think it’s the most beautiful thing we’ve ever seen.
While in London with Lisa at the Bull in a China Shop bar, Jason posted the following photo with the caption, “Life goals. Find a goddess who drinks Guinness Make babies Live ALOHA.”
They. Are. The. Best. However, this isn’t the first (or second… or third) time we’ve seen Jason share his love for Guinness on Instagram.
Here he is sharing a pint with the High Sparrow:
We’re glad this is something Lisa and Jason can share, too. But it isn’t all they have in common. These two are also passionate about the environment.
Behold – a photo of them showing solidarity with the protests to stop building on Mauna Kea in Hawaii:
And most importantly, both Lisa and Jason seem to cherish family.
This pic shows the adorable pair supporting Lisa’s daughter/Jason’s step-daughter Zoe Kravitz:
During an interview with The Huffington Post a few years ago, Jason said that Lisa was his “dream woman.” (Yup – we’re melting right now.)
“She’s an angel,” said Jason. “She’s amazing. God bless her. She’s seeing this one through. I’ve done a lot of dumb things in my life.”
Momoa also told Katie Couric that he developed a crush on Bonet after seeing her on The Cosby Show and that he low-key stalked her (lol). “I was definitely … that was the first time when I was like, ‘I want that one. I want her. I’m going to get her.’ I didn’t tell her till after we had our two children,” he explained. “But I told her – ‘I kinda stalked ya. I was going to find ya.’”
Ultimately, it seems that Jason’s dreams came true and we couldn’t be happier for him (especially if that means we get to see more pics of him and Lisa living their beautiful lives).