- Alicia Keys is still in love with Swizz Beatz 10 years after the two tied the knot
- The mother and wife referred to her partner in crime as her king and promised to remain by his side
- She described all his best features and declared she was in awe of everything her hubby does
Love is staying by your partner’s side through thick and thin and celebrating each other’s wins at all times. American queen of RnB Alicia Keys sent out a special tribute to her beloved husband and rapper Swizz Beatz on his birthday.
As her husband turned a year older, the Girl on Fire singer posted a photo of themselves on a past outdoor date and attached the most thoughtful message in the caption.
Alicia admitted she was in awe of every part of her husband and loved each quirk and strength he had. The mother and wife promised to be by Swizz’s side for the rest of his life and declared that she had his back for better or for worse.
In her caption she wrote:
“I will sit at the table of our love forever and always. I will sit by your side and sip wine, or pull up to the head of the table when needed,” she said.
The songstress was excited to see her partner morph into a talented human on his big day and celebrated all the milestones he had achieved. Swizz replied and declared his love for his queen as he reminded the musician how much she made his life better.
A previously reported, the two celebrated their 10-year anniversary in a desert with their two sons.
As usual, the lovebirds went on Instagram to gush about each other and write down their proclamation of love. Even after a decade, they are intoxicated with one another and still felt like they had met for the first time.
In other Briefly.co.za news, South Africa's darling, Zozibini Ntunzi has recently touched South African soil for the first time in a while. Miss Universe took to her Instagram pages to share some candid pictures of herself having a fun time at her home in Eastern Cape.
In her Instagram post, the local beauty can be seen preparing a traditional dish complete with fire a big black pot and a wooden spoon. She is also wearing the very traditional doek, apron, and flip-flops and in true African woman nature, she paired the flops with warm toe socks.
"Even if for a very short while, being home will always be restoration of the soul. After so long we are now currently navigating on tears of joy, love, warmth, support and song," she captioned the heart-warming post.
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