Ellen DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi, hit the refresh button on their wedding vows after more than 14 years of marriage.
The former talk show host took to social media on Thursday to share videos from their surprise ceremony, which was officiated by Kris Jenner and featured a performance by Brandi Carlile.
“Portia surprised me at her birthday party by renewing our vows,” DeGeneres, 65, captioned the Instagram post.
”Thank you @KrisJenner for officiating and @BrandiCarlile for performing, and Portia for being the greatest gift to me, even on your birthday.”
In the clip, de Rossi walked through a crowd of people wearing the same white halter-top gown she wore when she first wed DeGeneres in 2008. As she found her way to the “Finding Dory” star, who sported a blue jacket, khaki slacks and blue sneakers, she handed her a bouquet of white roses.
“Welcome to Portia’s birthday party and to the newest homes of one of my favorite couples,” Jenner, 67, said, as the couple stood before her, looking happy as ever.
“You don’t have to say anything at all,” the “Mockingbird Lane” actress, 50, said to her partner, who stood there in disbelief.
The pair was met with tons of love from their close friends in the comments sections of DeGeneres’ post.
“Best day ever!!! what an honor to be there for two of my BFF’s who I adore and who love each other so much! ❤️😍🙏🥰,” Jenner commented.
“❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️,” wrote singer John Legend.
DeGeneres and de Rossi tied the knot in August 2008 in Los Angeles. At the time, an insider told Page Six that the couple only had 20 wedding guests at the intimate ceremony.
Last August, the comedian celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary by sharing a montage of some of her and de Rossi’s most unforgettable moments on her now-defunct daytime talk show.
“It’s good to be loved. It’s profound to be understood.” I love you, @portiaderossi. Happy 14! ❤️,” DeGeneres captioned the post.