Hilary Duff and Matthew Koma's first year as a married couple has been an eventful one to say the least.
On Monday, exactly one year after they tied the knot, the "Younger" actress and the musician, both 33, took to social media to post tributes to mark the occasion.
Duff decided to share a funny memory from their big day when they were "too nervous" to eat, posting a photo of them in their wedding attire with a large plate of food they enjoyed after saying "I do."
"This pretty much sums us up," the "Lizzie McGuire" alum wrote to her husband. "Snacking through life."
"Always with you babe. For you. Over and over I choose you," she concluded. "Thank you for being a damn good man. Best I've ever met."
For Koma's part, he shared exactly what his wife means to him.
"One year ago today looked a whole lot different. I can't imagine this last year without you to Clorox groceries and avoid the world with," he began, posting a photo of them walking down the aisle. "When I asked you to be my wife, we had no idea our first year would look like this."
"They always say 'the first year is the hardest,' but in our case it was for completely different reasons and I'm so in awe of your badassery," Koma continued. "How you're able to be the mom, individual, wife, spirit, and tie dye influencer you are, while making it look so easy is mind boggling and I don't know what I did right to deserve being on the receiving end of it."
He thanked Duff for being "the most steady, supportive, empathic, loving, and compassionate" partner.
"You make me so much better. You make our family what it is," Koma concluded. "I love you."