We know that these two are totally in love with each other, but Keith Urban's anniversary message to Nicole Kidman is truly just so darn adorable.
Urban posted a series of selfies, which show the Oscar-winning actor having her arms wrapped around him, while the country singer is giving her a peck on her cheek in another image.
"Eleven years and you still feel like my girlfriend!" he captions a photo of Kidman hugging his neck.
Fans showered the couple with well-wishes on the comment section as well as pointed out how cute they are together.
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The duo shared two handsome daughters together, Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret. I love the 'you still feel like my girl friend.' Such sweet words!
"Happy Anniversary Babygirl", Keith wrote on a morning tweet on June 25. @Rach3015 commented. "You two are so cute", wrote @blanche.ward, while @rlcollop added, "Two lovely people making a different in a big world!" "You have no idea how much of what I do, she's involved in every little piece of it".
Kidman also took to Facebook where she shared a throwback photo from their wedding day. "That's what Keith and I have as well" she revealed.
Of course, the pair have now been married for 11 years, so we're pretty sure that Keith was just playing it coy and hard to get to begin with.
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