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Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor Pose at the Premier of 'The Watch' (Photos)

Together for 12 years and still going strong!

Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor pose at the Hollywood premier of The Watch — a science fiction comedy starring Ben and some of his common co-stars including Jonah Hill and Vince Vaughn.

The couple have been married for what is considered a life-time in Hollywood and have two children together, 10-year-old Ella and 7-year-old Quinlin. They met back in 2000 while filming a tv pilot that was never aired.

Click through to see more pictures of Ben and Christine:

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  • Lovely Couple 1 of 5
    Lovely Couple
    These two have been married for a while, have children and a production company together. Wonder what their secret is.
  • Ben’s Suit 2 of 5
    Ben's Suit
    I don't quite get the suit or color combination. It also seems kind if ill-fitted.
  • Christine’s Dress 3 of 5
    Christine's Dress
    Christine keeps it simple in a one-sleeved black dress and simple accessories.
  • Looking Cute & Going Strong 4 of 5
    Looking Cute & Going Strong
    These two definitely look adorable and cute together!
  • Hair and Make Up 5 of 5
    Hair and Make Up
    I love her simple hair and soft-focused make up. Makes her look young and fresh!

Photo credits: PacificCoastNews.com

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