Three years of marriage and one baby later, the honeymoon isn't over yet for Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake. Case in point: While being inducted to the 2015 Memphis Music Hall of Fame, Timberlake emotionally thanked his wife Biel for her continuous support throughout his career.
"My beautiful, loving and incredibly-understanding-of-her-husband's-shortcomings wife, Jessica," Timberlake sweetly said during his acceptance speech. "Baby, I love you more than I could put into words or more than any song I could ever write."
The gushing didn't stop there: Timberlake went on to call the actress his "rock," saying, "She is tough as nails." He also mentioned their recent third anniversary, a novelty among more famous unions. "That's like 15 years in Hollywood!" joked Timberlake. (The pair dated for nearly five years before tying the knot in Italy in October 12.)
But this isn't the first time the couple has charmed us. Here, a few more reasons why they are one of our favorite Hollywood marriages.
They are each other's biggest fans.
On Biel's 33rd birthday, Timberlake called his wife "the sweetest, most gorgeous, bad-ass" woman he knows on Instagram. And the public praising isn't just a one-way street—Biel has openly discussed her love for her husband, too. In September, Biel called Timberlake a supportive and "wonderful partner," during an appearance on Good Morning America.
Because baby makes three.
Biel gave birth to the couple's adorable son, Silas Randall Timberlake, in April 2015. To announce the pregnancy, Timberlake proudly posted a picture of Biel's growing baby bump on his birthday, calling it the "greatest gift ever." Stating he "can't wait," Timberlake shared the personal photo with his 16.3 million followers.
Then, luckily for us, the proud parents started sharing photos of their bundle of joy with everyone on Instagram. Our favorite pic? The shot of baby Silas repping his dad's hometown in a Memphis Grizzlies basketball jersey! Too cute.
Biel is Timberlake's best muse.
In a post on the singer's website when the music video debuted, Timberlake alluded that the song "Mirrors" is meant for the person we each view as our other half. Pick your favorite idiom—a cup for every saucer, pot for every lid, or two halves of a whole—good relationships are about two people coming together to live in harmony.
Watch Justin's entire heartfelt speech below.