Longtime couple Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy posed for pics with their beautiful daughters – Sophia, 11, and Georgia, nearly 10 – as they were honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday (March 7).
The famous couple – who have been wed for 15 years – joined a distinguished few who got to take part in double Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony. “I got a lovely frock and Bill got a suit,” Felicity said of their duds for the event.
Joined by colleagues such as Aaron Sorkin, Marcia Cross, Vanessa Williams and David Mamet, the couple made a few statements at yesterday’s ceremony.
“The first time I saw Felicity she was doing a scene for acting class wearing a silk, cream-colored blouse with no bra,” William recalled. “I thought, ‘Man, this girl is talented,'” E! reports.
Felicity added: “The first time I saw Bill, he was wearing an Izod shirt with a tie. I thought ‘Man, is his wife gorgeous.’ ”
Felicity also took a moment to talk Desperate Housewives, admitting it will be hard to say goodbye after eight seasons.
“I still get chills when I arrive at the Universal gates,” she said. “It may be time, but it’s sad. We’re a family, I love the show.”
She also commented on former costar Nicollette Sheridan who is accusing series creator Marc Cherry of hitting her in the head and then killing her off when she spoke up about it.
“It’s been hard,” Felicity admitted. “I wish it wasn’t happening…It’s too bad, but, I have to say, it’s not really influencing what we do on set. We’re all still working and [doing] OK.”