"May 19th, 2020 23 years. We've come a long way baby," she captioned the black-and-white pic. Though Broderick is in a tuxedo in the shot and Parker is rocking a black dress, the image is not from their iconic secret wedding from 1997.
Parker famously wore a black dress to the event to not draw attention to herself.
In 2009, she told the Today show she'd do things differently if she were to get married today.
"I'd wear a beautiful, proper wedding dress, like I should have worn that day," she said at the time.
Though the pair don't have any public plans to renew their vows so Parker can wear her dream dress, they were set to collaborate on stage for the first time in decades.
The couple was set to star in the Broadway revival of Plaza Suite, directed by Jonathan Benjamin Hickey, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the show has been postponed to 2021. Last week it was announced that the pair would take to the stage on March 19 through July 18, 2021 at the Hudson Theatre.
In a statement, Broderick and Parker said, “We remain deeply committed to bringing Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite to New York as promised and cannot wait to help welcome audiences back to our beloved Broadway. Until then, everybody please stay safe.”
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Thank you Boston. Thank you @emersoncolonial for your hospitality and your divine audiences who welcomed us and filled us with encouragement and much joy. Thank you to the crew backstage who we will miss, the ushers who always offered smiles and kindness and to our local Boston wardrobe and hair team. Thank you friends and family who took trains, planes and automobiles to join our audiences. We are forever grateful. @plazasuitebway Onward to NYC. Goodnight. X, SJ
Prior to the shutdown, Parker spoke with ET about the production, saying, “When we re-read Plaza Suite, we were just reminded how freaking funny it was. How funny it is but also how moving it is. How much it is about relationships and marriage and milestones and betrayal. How much it is about marriages at different parts, at different points of years spent together and the absurdity of all of it.”