Tim McGraw and Faith Hill celebrated their 22nd anniversary on Oct 6 and it's clear that the couple is just as in love as they were from the start.
The husband and wife shared sweet messages to each other on their Instagram pages.
McGraw called Hill "my soulmate" and "my life" and asked "Whatcha say...up for 22 more?"
Hill responded to her husband of two decades, sharing a collection of photos from throughout their relationship. The singer said that even after 22 years of marriage, McGraw "still takes my breath away."
"To the love of my life, the one who still takes my breath away after 22 years of marriage," Hill wrote. "My soul man, my soul mate, my everything. My one and only. Another 22 years is a good place to start. Happy Anniversary my love."
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The couple first met when Hill was an opening act on McGraw's Spontaneous Combustion Tour. They married on Oct. 6, 1996 in Louisiana.
The couple has three daughters: Gracie Katherine, Maggie Elizabeth and Audrey Caroline.
Throughout their incredible careers, the husband and wife have released several collaborations and duets. In 1997, the two released "It's Your Love," which went on to win the Country Music Association award for Vocal Event of the Year. They followed up that success with "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me" in 1998 and the Grammy award-winning "Let's Make Love" in 2001.
In 2000, McGraw and Hill kicked off the first Soul2Soul Tour, a joint tour featuring the couple performing their individual hits along with their duets
Last year, the couple released their first duets album The Rest of Our Life.
Last week, McGraw released two new songs, "Neon Church" and "Thought About You," from an upcoming project.
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