The actress has been married to Zach Martin since 2016

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Becca Tobin is celebrating her "person" on their special day.

The former Glee star, 35, shared a heartfelt tribute for her husband, Zach Martin, on his birthday, Tuesday. Her sweet message was accompanied by a photo of the couple, in which Tobin wore a patterned red jumpsuit and white heels while Martin dressed in a black suit and black shoes.

"It was my favorite person's birthday today," Tobin wrote, "and every year I feel luckier than the one before that he's my person. I love you @z.mart ❤️."

The Turner & Hooch actress and Martin tied the knot in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in December 2016. Their ceremony was officiated by her Glee costar Jane Lynch.

Last year, the twosome celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary. They commemorated the occasion by sharing intimate photos from their winter nuptials.

"Happy Anniversary, Mr. Martin. ❤️," The LadyGang podcaster captioned her post, while Martin wrote alongside his own, "Best day ever. Happy Anniversary B."

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Tobin has previously opened up about the couple's fertility struggles. After suffering from her second miscarriage, the pair visited a fertility specialist per her OB-GYN's suggestion and opted to freeze their embryos.

Months after revealing her story, Tobin said that she's received dozens of messages from concerned fans, some of which have proven to be painful amid her challenging journey.

Becca Tobin
Credit: Becca Tobin/instagram

"I know that everybody's hearts are in the right places, but the amount of messages that I now get about being pregnant: 'Enjoy that tequila, girl, because you're not going to be able to soon!' I know people are just trying to connect, I know they're excited for me. If they didn't care, they wouldn't message," she told PEOPLE in November 2020. "But my first video [about the news] was, I'm not pregnant. So please don't text me. We just need to understand that: Stop asking women about their fertility, and let them volunteer the information and read the room."

She continued, "I know that the next couple months, there are going to be a few comments on Instagram. Like, 'Is that a baby bump? Are you pregnant?' That stuff is really tough. And I can't stress it enough that we just have to stop. We have to allow women to share their news when they're ready, and the speculation and the questions just adds more stress and pressure to a family."