It seems that after 23 years of marriage, Snoop Dogg's love for his wife Shante Taylor Broadus only seems to burn brighter.
The iconic rapper tied the knot with his high school sweetheart in 1997 and hasn't looked back since – through the hardships and the fun times.
But the couple endured some testing times towards the start of their marriage that saw Snoop file for divorce in 2004, but then cancelled the proceedings.
After almost divorcing, they found love together once again.
They renewed their wedding vows in 2008, and now have three children together; two sons and a daughter.
The vow renewal was a surprise for Shante, but their 200 guests were fully aware of the plan.
The rapper, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., also has a son from a previous relationship.
Snoop and Shante have found their happily ever after since renewing their vows, and their marriage seems to be stronger than ever.
He previously told MTV: "I was trying to get a divorce, but I went back home and I fell back in love with my wife and kids.
“A lot of times you get cloudy. This music industry is a mother, and it’ll take your vision and blur it. But God is good, so I understand that I need my wife and my kids in my life — so I threw the papers away.
"I don’t want to get a divorce. So if you hear about a divorce, it’ll be my wife divorcing me; it won’t be me divorcing her. And I made a mistake, so I’m trying to get back right."
The couple were recently snapped at the film premiere of Bad Boys, where they cosied up to each other on the red carpet.
Captioning the pic on her Instagram , Shante wrote: "Every Bad Boy Needs A Bad Girl….. Date Night At The @ Bad Boys World Premiere."
Last year, the couple received heartbreaking news of their 10-day-old grandson's passing.
In an emotional Instagram post, Snoop wrote: "If you're facing something you don't understand choose to trust God.
"Remember all He has done for you.
"His ways are higher than ours. He is always good."
His youngest grandchild Kai Love was born on September 15 and died on September 25.
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