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From on-screen longing looks to real life love: Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor’s family in pictures

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Even though they both starred in Australian soap operas, Home and Away and Neighbours, and were Australian citizens, Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor had never met before, until they were cast in the 2011 sci-fi thriller The 100.

Because of the way Bellamy and Clarke held each other and the expression in their eyes, viewers of The 100 pleaded for their characters to end up together. We had no idea, though, that the characters were only a trinkling of their true love tale.

The couple had a highly secretive connection over the years. Even their May 5, 2019, Hawaii wedding ceremony was kept incredibly quiet until Eliza made her shocking announcement.

Eliza posted on Twitter, “I recently got married to my best friend and soulmate, @WildpipM.”

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“We are very happy and ask that you respect our privacy and be kind in your comments at this time.”

Bob said, “This is something we both cherish very deeply and are beyond happy,” in response to the post. Please keep in mind to treat one other with kindness and respect.

Their family grew when Henry, a boy, became their first child together in March 2022. But because Eliza had a loss a year earlier, it was not an easy journey to a happy day as “Mama” and “Papa” bear.

Bob got a father penguin and his chick permanently tattooed on his bicep as a memorial to their passing.

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He posted on Instagram, saying, “I got this tattoo at a turning point in my life. Things don’t always work out as planned, but the lessons learned have made me a better human.”

Eliza and Bob have avoided putting their son’s face in the media due to their highly visible public lives as actors. Frequently sharing pictures of the infant with his face obligingly hidden from the camera or from behind.

We do, however, know that the now one-year-old adores Australia—that is, Bob enjoys showing him the fauna there.

“The galahs, the kookaburras, the cockatoos…” It’s very amazing, particularly if you have a small child and they say something like, “Wow, look at that.” Bob stated to TV WEEK.

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“Returning to your childhood home after having a child makes you realise there are some pretty amazing things.”

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