She Has Been Terence Hill’S Devoted Wife For 56 Years, In Good Times And Bad.

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Terence Hill is a living legend today thanks to his films with Bud Spencer, which made him a household figure. He was once regarded as one of the most endearing actors in the world, and he also represented a certain kind of male ideal. Who wouldn’t be curious about the star’s wife, to whom they have been blissfully married for the past 56 years? Their relationship is so strong that it even remained intact after their younger son’s terrible death.

They got to know each other at the same time that Hill became friends with Bud Spencer. They knew from the very beginning that they were destined for each other, so they didn’t wait long for the wedding, they got married after a few months. They said their happy yes on July 23, 1967, and have been inseparable ever since.

In the 60s and 70s, Terence Hill charmed his many female fans on screen with his blue eyes. Even though many people were there for him, his heart was occupied, life brought him together with the beautiful Lori Zwicklbauer in 1967, and after a few months he led her to the altar.

When asked about the secret of their marriage, Terence Hill just smiled: first of all, acceptance: both of them are in their own separate world, but they treat each other with respect, they accept each other and they don’t fight. If they do argue, they try to resolve the conflicts. His wife is a very quiet woman, and he respects that to the utmost.

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“The secret of our long marriage is that we really love each other and respect each other’s feelings and habits. Of course, we also have conflicts, but we never fight.”
“It was as if he had been struck by lightning! I immediately fell in love with Lori, because not only her appearance, but also her radiance and personality swept me off my feet.”

Hill told a Hungarian newspaper in 2019, and then added that his wife is quite a withdrawn type. Their son, Jess, was born in 1969, Ross was adopted in 1973, but he unfortunately died in a car accident in 1990, which was a huge break for the couple.

Terence Hill’s wife also helped him a lot in filming. So much so that he wrote the script for the western comedy Lucky Luke, released in 1991. This production was a family business for them, since in addition to playing the main role, the world-famous actor sat in the director’s chair.

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