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This also isn't the first time the John and Caitlin have shown off their fairy-tale romance.
"She said yes and we couldn't be happier for both," she added. I guess he had a lot of ideas and wanted to get it just right." John was married to actress Rebecca Romijn from 1998 to 2005.
stars recalled how the comedian -- who died last week at age 90 -- was always advising them to settle down and meet some good women. "He was worried about Bob." "He really did love John," Saget continued.
"I think it took him back to a different time in show biz when people were like John, just handsome and smart and didn't talk about show business.
Then the documentary came out, and people said, "Oh, he's still alive? " It was nice to be by his side and see all the accolades roll in from the young comics and actors. Jimmy [Kimmel] broke down on the air the other day. I knew Howard loved Don, but I couldn't get him to go on Howard's show. I set it up ahead of time: "Let me go in cold and say I'm dating a new girl and want to introduce her to everybody." So I did that and Don came in. Howard stood up and took his glasses off and called him "Mr. He'd razz me about girls, dating, about being Greek, but there was always that moment or two in the middle — he always wanted to sit next to me — and he'd whisper, "I love ya. "John give me a cookie." "John, don't give him the cookie — he has diabetes." And I'd sneak him a cookie under the table and he'd get so excited.
"And then he ended it with Sebastian from The Little Mermaid saying, 'Just ask the girl' to John." Aww!
"He put together some of the most romantic moments from Disney and Pixar animation [in a video]," co-anchor Lara Spencer revealed on Good Morning America.
He'd call me and say, "Johnny Depp called me today! "I don't want to go on there and talk about popping my wife! Rickles." They connected immediately on being dorky in school and having to win people over with their humor. I would go to Vegas and watch the shows and hang out. I love ya, kid." Up until six months ago he was as sharp as he was when he was 50. I used to talk to him about the mechanics of what he did. For every insult that he slung over his 60 years in the business he said and did just as many nice things, too.
I was always careful with slinging words like "second dad" around out of respect for his kids and family.