Green’s Dictionary of Slang

love and kisses n.

[rhy. sl. = missis n.]

one’s wife.

[UK]J. Franklyn Cockney 294: In order to keep the love and kisses (missis) quiet he’d had to buy her a bottle of Tom Thumb (rum).
[US]Wentworth & Flexner DAS.
D. Shaw ‘Dead Beard’ at www.asstr.org [Internet] Lingers Longer had gone for Dionne in a big way, even made her love and kisses Longer in a church wedding, spending bees and honey on her like it was going out of fashion.