Harrison Ford's reaction to his wife Calista before Indiana Jones premiere has become a meme
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Harrison Ford definitely has the look of love.
The veteran actor, 80, has become a meme after a hilarious photo of him admiring his wife, Calista Flockhart, 58, was uploaded to Instagram.
The behind-the-scenes pic came ahead of the red carpet at the premiere of Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny at Cannes Film Festival on Thursday (18 May).
Despite being married for over 13 years, Ford still seems besotted with his Ally McBeal beau.
The pair married back in 2010 but are notoriously private about their marriage and rarely appear in public together.
However, this didn’t stop Hollywood stylist Elizabeth Stewart from uploading candid photos of the couple as they prepared for the premiere of the final Indiana Jones movie.
The pics showed Flockhart in a black halter neck dress, by Zuhair Murad, with her brown locks beautifully styled.
While all eyes should have been on the 58-year-old’s stunning designer gown, most fans were distracted by Ford’s, um, enthusiastic reaction to his wife as he peeked into the room.
The Star Wars actor looked awestruck as he gazed at his wife, despite his usually cool demeanour.
Understandably, the Instagram post has gone viral with the star’s expression being turned into a meme.
A close-up of the A-Lister face has even been shared multiple times on Twitter, with fans loving Ford’s look of love.
One person wrote: “This picture deserves an Oscar... It belongs in a museum... Same energy, love it.”
Another added: “If my man don’t look at me the way Harrison Ford looks at Calista Flockhart then I don’t want it.”
While a third said: “Love a man who loves his wife. I live for pics admiring their wives... Men loving their women is hot!... They always look so happy together...”
Meanwhile on Instagram, fans have continued to lavish praise on the adorable couple.
In the comments, one wrote: “2nd pic is amazing - Harrisons face.”
Even actor Selma Blair got in on the act, writing ‘better than ever’ and ‘makes me so happy’.
While Indiana Jones may have had his fair share of leading ladies, it clear who takes pride of place in Harrison Ford’s heart.