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Joshua Jackson said he and Jodie Turner-Smith had a "three-night stand" when they first met.
"We definitely hit it off," the "Dawson's Creek" star joked in a recent interview with Insider.
Turner-Smith opened up about her first time meeting Jackson in a May interview with Seth Meyers.
According to Joshua Jackson, he and his wife Jodie Turner-Smith had a "three-night stand" the first time they met.
While discussing his role on the new true-crime series "Dr. Death" with Insider, Jackson opened up about the beginning of his relationship with Turner-Smith.
"We definitely hit it off," he joked.
Even though the "Queen & Slim" actress had previously said the pair had a passionate "one-night stand" upon first meeting in 2018, Jackson clarified to Insider that it was "technically a three-night stand."
"It was sealed with a kiss that night and then we didn't leave each other's sides for, well, three years now," the "Dawson's Creek" actor explained.
"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. "But my wife is not telling a lie when she says we'd started off mostly with sex."
Turner-Smith similarly told Seth Meyers in May that the minute she first saw Jackson at a party they were both attending, she knew she wanted to be with him.
"First of all, I saw him before he saw me, and when I saw him, I was like, 'I want that,'" the actress remembered. "And then when he saw me, I just pretended like I didn't see him."
According to Turner-Smith, after bonding over the film "Sorry to Bother You," Jackson "basically followed me around the party" for the rest of the night.
"We're in a two-, three-year one-night stand now," she joked.
Jackson is currently starring as the murderous spinal surgeon Christopher Duntsch on Peacock's true-crime drama "Dr. Death," based on the podcast of the same name. Turner-Smith most recently starred in the sci-fi drama "After Yang," attending the film's July 8 premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
Read the original article on Insider