• Pierce Brosnan surprises his wife Keely with a romantic gesture on her 60th birthday - 60 red roses.
  • The couple has been happily married for 22 years and recently celebrated their wedding anniversary in Ireland.
  • Pierce Brosnan's net worth is $200 million and he owns a stunning $100 million Hawaiian estate called 'Orchid House', complete with luxurious amenities and direct access to the beach.

Pierce Brosnan had a romantic (and likely expensive) gesture for his wife Keely as she celebrated her 60th birthday recently.

Pierce showcased his thoughtful gift in an Instagram post – 60 red roses – featuring the two of them locked in an embrace while smiling behind the bouquet. "Sixty roses for my brown eyed girl on her 60th birthday,” he wrote. "Forever happy and blessed was I to be sitting there when you walked around the corner early one morning in Cabo San Lucas @keelyshayebrosnan,” the actor continued.

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Pierce and Keely have been married for 22 years – a feet by any measure, but especially Hollywood standards. The couple marked their 22nd wedding anniversary in August. In honor of the milestone, Keely posted a collection of photos from their wedding in Ireland on her Instagram account.

“Happy Anniversary @piercebrosnanofficial. Thank you for always being up for this adventure called life,” she sweetly wrote.

Pierce Brosnan’s net worth is $200 million, a fortune he’s built through his lucrative acting career, with some of his best-known roles being Mamma Mia! And The World Is Not Enough.

Though he’s had many properties to his name, nothing is more impressive that Pierce’s $100 million Hawaiian estate.

In 2000, Pierce and Keely acquired a the beachside plot of land and undertook the construction of a sprawling 13,000-square-foot estate that would, over the course of a decade, evolve into the magnificent retreat they affectionately named 'Orchid House.'

Their sprawling property boasts 5 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and an impressive 117 feet of oceanfront space, complete with an expansive open deck designed for entertaining.

Inside, the residence is a true masterpiece, featuring a gourmet kitchen with a fireplace, top-of-the-line appliances, a butler's pantry, and custom wine storage. A grand dining room with its own fireplace adds to the property's allure. The lower level seamlessly connects to an outdoor space adorned with a fire pit, offering multiple seating options for al fresco dining or basking in the sun.

Nestled in front of a two-story guest house is a salt-water pool, and the landscape surrounding the estate is adorned with graceful palm trees, tropical flowers, and a scenic path leading directly to the sandy beach.

The couple have put the tropical paradise n the market multiple times over the years, including in 2000 and again this April, though they’ve yet to sell the property. And given the luxury amenities, it’s not hard to see why they’re struggling to let go of it.