In one of her first public posts about her relationship with Jackson, Turner-Smith shared an image of a Pablo Nerud poem, as well as several sweet snapshots of her and Jackson. She also included a short video of an affectionate Jackson rubbing his partner's pregnant belly. our 2nd valentine's day and it's even more magical than the first! here's to a lifetime of them, the Queen & Slim actor captioned the post. happy valentine's day to the man who sees my soul and holds my heart love you, baby daddy, Turner-Smith concluded in the caption. Turner-Smith gave birth to the couple's daughter in April 2020, during the early days of the pandemic. For Turner-Smith's first Mother's Day a month later, Jackson sang her praises in a lengthy Instagram post. Dear Jodie, On this most special of mothers days I want to thank you for the being the light that you are. For the the passion with which you threw yourself into nurturing and protecting our child when she was in your womb. For the dedication and will you showed bringing her into the world, Jackson captioned an image of Turner-Smith holding their child. He continued: I have never witnessed a more powerful being than you through those moments. Thank you for the depth of grace you have found since our daughter has arrived. The commitment that you make look so effortless but I know is anything but. Jackson concluded his post by thanking Turner-Smith for making him a father and for trusting him on their journey through parenthood. I am humbled more and more every day by that. I love you. I love seeing you enter the pantheon of mothers. And I look forward to walking this path by your side as we nurture this little engine of joy you have blessed the world with, the actor wrote. Turner-Smith also shared a short but heartfelt message to Jackson via Instagram, along with a photo of her husband staring into the camera with the sun shining on his face.big soulmate energy. #1 daddy. just checking in to say that us girls are so lucky to have ya, the actress wrote, adding several emojis. In her September 2020 cover story for Net-a-Porter, Turner-Smith revealed that she gave birth at home, partly due to the discrimination many Black women face within the American healthcare system. According to the actress, Jackson supported her throughout her four-day labor, along with her team of midwives and doctors. Right after I gave birth, my husband washed her, and the midwife and doula cleaned everything up, Turner-Smith told Net-a-Porter. Then me, my husband and my daughter, we just slept for a good 12 hours. I needed that. We needed that. Later on in the interview, the actress gushed about her love for her husband. I'm really in love with my husband. That might be weird for people, but I'm doing a pretty good job of not shouting that from the rooftops as much as I would like to, Turner-Smith said. She went on to call Jackson a really amazing dude, and said that she'd love to act with him on stage.I think he's hot, I think he's smart and he's incredibly talented, Turner-Smith said of Jackson, adding: I feel so lucky to be in a relationship with somebody who feels the same about me, who is not shy about telling me that or uplifting me.Happy Birthday my beautiful wife. Thank you for choosing to share your light with me, Jackson captioned a photo of Turner-Smith smiling with the ocean in the background. Thank you for walking this path of life as my wife. Thank you for bringing our daughter into the world.This last year has been the happiest whirlwind of my life. I can't wait to see what all the years to come bring our way, the actor continued, before signing off with: Love, Josh. In an interview with People, Turner-Smith made it clear that both she and Jackson are incredibly happy in their relationship.I think it's really beautiful to be with someone who is so supportive and so loving. We're so similar in so many ways. We're like mirrors for each other, the actress said of Jackson. And I just really love that human being. Turner-Smith added: We high five each other all the time about how great we chose. We're like, 'You did a great job choosing,' and then we're like, 'Yeah, you too.' The actress also revealed that she regularly picks Jackson's brain for acting advice because he's been in the industry for many years.He has a wealth of experience to offer and advice to offer that's based on experience. And I love that, she told People. During an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Turner-Smith discussed her and Jackson's sultry first night togetherWhen I first met my husband, we had a one-night stand. We're in a two, three-year one-night stand now, the actress joked to Meyers, according to People. According to Turner-Smith, she played hard to get with Jackson when she first spotted him at a party, even though she knew she wanted to get to know him more. I saw him before he saw me and when I saw him, I was like, 'I want that,' she revealed, adding: And then when he saw me, I just pretended like I didn't see him. The actress reminisced about her pregnancy, sharing a photo of Jackson laying atop her pregnant belly. it is apparent, by the effortlessness and fearlessness with which you father our child, that this is your destiny. your birthright. your joy, Turner-Smith wrote to her husband in the post's caption, adding: i thank god every day that you hold the both of us in your strong, capable hands. you are loved. you are adored. you are the best father and husband and friend, the actress continued.She concluded her post by telling Jackson: thank you for waiting for us. happy father's day to you. Can I just take the moment to not [sic] that my wife has been absolutely smashing the photo shoot game this year, the Dawson's Creek star tweeted at the time. Turner-Smith subsequently retweeted her husband and pointed out that he misspelled note in his initial tweet, according to People. (Turner-Smith appears to have deactivated her Twitter account in the years since.)That didn't deter Jackson from continuing to publicly celebrate his spouse — he shared an image of Turner-Smith's cover for Hunger magazine, writing: Spelling or not, I'm not wrong. In a subsequent tweet, Jackson captioned an image of Turner-Smith from her Anne Boleyn series, Sheesh. And in response to a follower telling him that he became a stan of Jackson's when he discovered the actor was married to Turner-Smith, the Dr. Death star replied: Honestly...I Stan myself for marrying Jodie. While Turner-Smith had previously said the pair had a passionate one-night stand upon first meeting in 2018, Jackson told Insider that it was technically a three-night stand and that he and Turner-Smith definitely hit it off. It was sealed with a kiss that night and then we didn't leave each other's sides for, well, three years now, the actor explained in the interview while promoting his Peacock show Dr. Death.I mean, when we tell the baby the story, I think I'm probably going to lead with, 'I saw your mother from across the room and just like knew I had to be with her,' which is also true, Jackson quipped to Insider. But my wife is not telling a lie when she says we'd started off mostly with sex. Not only was Turner-Smith the one to pop the question, Jackson explained, but she was also adamant about their engagement.She asked me, yeah, on New Year's Eve, Jackson revealed to Jimmy Fallon during an appearance on The Tonight Show in July 2021.We were in Nicaragua. It was very beautiful, incredibly romantic. We were walking down the beach, and she asked me to marry her, Jackson continued, adding: There was, like, a preamble. There was a lead-up to it … I did not know, but she was quite adamant, and she was right.The couple shared photos from the festive ads on their respective Instagram accounts. As Jackson pointed out in one post, he'd previously modeled for the brand in 1998 along with the rest of the Dawson's Creek cast.Turner-Smith, for her part, joked in a separate post that she wanted an oversized, autographed version of Josh's 1998 J.Crew catalog cover. And in another post, Jackson shared an image of him embracing Turner-Smith as both of them smile. Tis the season for @jcrew cashmere,eggnog & mistletoe makeouts with @jodiesmith, the actor captioned the sweet post. After Turner-Smith was nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Limited Series for her work on Anne Boleyn, Jackson took to Instagram to sing his wife's praises.Congratulations on this well deserved nomination. This performance is, just for what is on screen, a truly powerful depiction of a woman standing firm against the tools of her oppression, the Dawson's Creek star captioned an image of Turner-Smith from the historical drama. But when I think of what you were dealing with off camera and that you were still nursing our baby girl and still able to deliver like this, It makes me think of that quote about ginger rogers 'she could do everything he did, just backwards and in high heels,' he continued. If you haven't seen it yet…go watch. A more regal Queen there has never been. Jackson concluded his message by urging followers to vote for Turner-Smith at the link in his bio. Turner-Smith ultimately lost out to Taraji P. Henson, who took home the award for her role in Annie Live!Unsurprisingly, Turner-Smith and Jackson had nothing but good things to say about one another when interviewed by People ahead of the Met Gala in 2022. Of their preparation for the event, Jackson said he noticed Turner-Smith really enjoys the times that she gets to get the glam done and put on a fabulous dress, and put on all the jewels. It is so much fun to watch her have that much fun. It gives us an opportunity as mom and dad to go have a night out, which is also great, the Dr. Death star told People. Jackson also joked that he decided to wear a suit jacket with tails to the event because he was envious of Turner-Smith's gowns with trains. I've seen you in all these beautiful gowns with these long trains and I was like, 'I gotta get some of that,' he said. The couple partnered with Motorola to promote the company's Razr phone. During an interview with Forbes for the campaign, Jackson and Turner-Smith didn't hold back when it came to praising one another. Jackson said he loved his wife's sense of fashion and her desire to highlight Black creatives within the fashion world.I love how empowered my wife is inside of that fashion space — how much it is a source of joy and that bleeds into her home life, as well, he told Forbes, adding: I love watching my wife be able to be uplifted and celebrated and seeing how fed she is by that makes me a very, very happy man when I get to see that. Turner-Smith, on the other hand, gushed about Jackson's ability to uplift her while also having a successful career of his own. When I met Josh and one of the biggest reasons why I married him, wanted him to be my husband, is because of how loved and supported I felt by him, the Queen & Slim star said. I had never been with anyone who I thought was wanting to lift me up the way that I felt that he was lifting me up. That is one of my favorite things about him. When speaking with People to promote the couple's partnership with Motorola, Turner-Smith named the 2000 thriller The Skulls as one of her favorite films of Jackson's.The actress also revealed that she and Jackson plan on showing their daughter Janie his other film The Mighty Ducks once she gets older.We are 100% going to play 'Mighty Ducks' for her. I can't wait, Turner-Smith said in the interview. Not yet though. I want her to be a little bit more older. There's more older kid themes in that. Turner-Smith added: Also, we got to figure out how weird it's going to be for her to see her dad as a child.