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Renee Felice Smith, alum of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ wishes her ‘Dually Talented’ longtime boyfriend a happy birthday

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Renee Felice Smith, alum of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ wishes her ‘Dually Talented’ longtime boyfriend a happy birthday

Renee Felice Smith, alum of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ wishes her ‘Dually Talented’ longtime boyfriend a happy birthday

Renee Felice Smith of “NCIS: Los Angeles” has shared a sweet Instagram post in honor of her boyfriend’s birthday.

Renee Felice Smith is madly in love with her boyfriend. This is evident in every cute caption and picture she posts. The couple does everything as a team, from writing a children’s book together to road-tripping across the United States. Today, the “NCIS: Los Angeles” alum wishes her coworker a happy birthday.

Smith expresses her love for her partner by sharing a cute photo of Christopher and their dog.

“Happy birthday to my number one, you ridiculously talented MF’er,” she says. “You’re a gift, and I consider myself the luckiest to have been born eleven days apart in the same small town on an island called Long.” WHAT A PERFECT TIME.”

Renee and Chris’ fans and friends are wishing the couple a happy birthday.

“Yeah, happy birthday, Chris, but can we talk about this beard/haircut combo?” “I’m on fire right now,” It’s @itsmattbush who writes.

“Magic exists in the world!” exclaims another.

Chris discusses his relationship with the “NCIS: Los Angeles” actress just as much. The couple has grown up together since they met in sixth grade. He is grateful for his loving relationship and his four-legged companions.

We’re looking forward to seeing what the couple does together this year. What’s next for them now that they’ve published a children’s book and made a feature film?

After ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ What’s Next?

Renee Felice Smith discusses her decision to leave the CBS drama in an interview with TV Line. She says she wanted to learn more about the entertainment industry.

“I believe I’ve been preparing for my next chapter, in whatever form it may take, for quite some time.” But it will undoubtedly revolve around storytelling. I’m hesitant to join the bandwagon of ‘cliché actresses’ who call themselves storytellers, but I am one. I work as a writer. “I work as a director.”

Smith also foreshadows the publication of Hugo and the Impossible Thing, her first children’s book. “Tells the story of a brave little dog on a mission in the forest,” according to the book’s description. It is also inspired by the star’s late dog Hugo, who d1ed after a battle with cancer.

“I want to tell compelling stories, poignant stories that offer the viewer an escape and a chance to reflect, so that’s where my focus is.”

She hopes that her book will inspire people to live their lives to the fullest.

“Our hope for the book is that Hugo will inspire readers, young and old, to politely ignore the naysayers and set out to conquer their own impossible thing, whatever it may be.”

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