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Isla Fisher Reveals Husband Sacha Baron Cohen's Hilarious Valentine's Day Tradition

"Couple goals," Kelly Clarkson told Fisher as the actress shared how she and her husband celebrate

<p>Rick Rycroft-Pool/Getty</p> Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher.

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Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher.

Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen have a funny Valentine's Day tradition.

During a visit to The Kelly Clarkson Show, Fisher, 48, revealed the one thing Baron Cohen, 52, does for her every year for the romantic holiday.

"I wouldn’t say we’re particularly... I think just having a lot of kids and being busy, we don’t do a lot," the Wedding Crashers actress said of whether she and her husband celebrate Valentine's Day.

"But every year Sasha does give me a card that’s like, ‘Happy Valentine’s from’ and then there’s a massive question mark," she added.

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Fisher joked, "As if anybody else would send me... as if I have any other Valentines. I’m a mother of three. I mean, I’m always like, ‘Ooooh. So many men.' "

"You just seem like a fun couple. Couple goals," host Kelly Clarkson responded.

Fisher and Baron Cohen, who tied the knot in 2010, keep their personal life private, especially when it comes to their three kids.

<p>Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic</p> Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher.

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Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher.

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Back in 2022, Fisher explained why she doesn't speak too much about their marriage during an interview with The Australian Women's Weekly.

"I get nervous talking about it because I feel like, by not having my relationship in the public domain and not having spoken about how we met or really talked about our marriage publicly, it's remained something private and valuable to me," she said.

"I don't know if that's the secret. But having a shared ability to find humor in the sharpness of life is always going to bring connection," she added. "And, otherwise, I just think it's nice to keep some things for yourself."

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