Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas marks 101st birthday in a matching chair to wife Anne, 98... and he even gets up to greet his guests
They may have a combined age of nearly two centuries but Kirk Douglas and his wife Anne were fighting fit as he rang in his milestone 101st birthday on Saturday.
The Hollywood legend looked healthy and happy as he rang in his special day with his 98-year-old wife of 63 years by his side in Los Angeles, with the happy couple posing for photos in matching wheelchairs underneath a stunning 101 floral wreath.
The Spartacus actor donned a navy blue cardigan and black trousers for his birthday as he joined his actress wife, who was clad in a pastel pink ensemble for the special photo.
And, of course, Anne Douglas, his 98-year-old wife of 63 years, was by his side for the celebration, which attracted the likes of Hollywood power players Ron Meyer and Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Last year, Oscar recipient Kirk's 100th birthday was celebrated with a party that was just as much of a hot ticket, with Steven Spielberg expressing his admiration for the silver screen legend in a gushing speech.
'I used to think 100 was a number that was the impossible dream,' he began, before explaining how impressed he was with 'what you have done with your life'.
After reminding Kirk that he was an 'honorary member of the Spielberg family', the movie mogul delivered what was perhaps the ultimate compliment.