Tracy Moore is taking fans back to the 2000s.
On Wednesday, the "Cityline" host took to Instagram with a heartfelt message for her husband, Lionel Perron, paired with a video comparing an old photo of them from the early years of their relationship to the last photo they took together.
"The first pic you took together and then the last," the on-screen text reads before showing a photo of the couple smiling together in 2003.
"Still smiling," she captioned the Instagram Reel for her 150,000 followers. "Our first actual pic was probably sometime in 2001 when we met. But I'm too lazy to dig through our gigantic Rubbermaid container to find it. That's right, kids. Our pictures were printed out and placed in an album or a huge plastic bin. Why does the turn of the century feels like a lifetime ago? #MyGuy #ThenAndNow."
Fans quickly applauded the mom-of-two for sharing such an "adorable memory."
One fan wrote: "Thank you for sharing such an adorable memory, I love this!"
"It's the smiles and the laughter for me!" another added.
Someone else penned: "So cute! You guys are the ultimate power couple!"
"Radiating happiness in both pictures," a fan pointed out.
In September, Moore shared another memory with fans: A throwback with her 12-year-old daughter, Eva, whom she shares with Perron, as well as a 15-year-old son, Sid.
"A little flashback. TIFF 2012 vs. TIFF 2022," she captioned the post. "Back then, she'd watch me get ready and ask, 'When can I come?' and I'd say, 'As soon as you're old enough.'
"I didn't think that would be age 12. But [Natasha Koifman] was kind enough to let me be a mom while enjoying her extravagantly beautiful 20th anniversary of [NKPR] and TIFF Festival Kick-Off Party."