Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas split up in 2014 and officially got divorced late last year, but he is still the apple of her eye.
The actress took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a throwback of the two of them, as well as a sweet message on his 56th birthday.
"Happy Birthday to my ruggedly handsome ex husband @antoniobanderasoficial 🎉🌟👋🎉🌟 I will always love you💋," she said.
Clearly this is not your average divorced couple.
Just a few days prior she shared a photo of him with their son, Alexander, in which she said "love my men always."
Last year, in late December, the couple officially parted ways, and it was expensive!
Per the divorce documents, Antonio raked in the dough with several films, including "The Mask of Zorro," "Desperado," and "Spy Kids." He got to keep all the money he earned with those films.
Melanie, too, got to keep all the money she made from some earlier work.
However, the couple split money from every movie either of them did between 2004 and 2014, including "Shrek 2," "Puss in Boots," "Machete Kills," "Expendables 3" and a slew of others. Some of those films did huge box office numbers.
Aside from splitting money from some of his biggest hits, Antonio was also ordered to reach into his wallet and pay spousal support, to the tune of $65,000 a month. Mel also got to keep the former couple's house in Aspen, Colo., while they split the profits from selling their Los Angeles mansion.
She actually posted a photo of the Aspen home over the last weekend, calling it, "the greatest place ever."
While Antonio has moved on with girlfriend Nicole Kimpel, Melanie is only beginning to jump back into the dating pool.
"It's just sort of nice," Melanie told People magazine in July. "My kids are all great. They're beautiful people. I'm single, and lonely, and bored, and confused, but then at the same time, totally curious. It's almost like I have to throw myself out of the nest."
She continued, "I'm not really looking, I'm just being, and I figure if I'm meant to have another relationship, I will, and if I'm not, then I won't."