In honor of the ultimate power couple's wedding anniversary, bow down to these sweet, sexy, and heart-melting snaps.
We've said it before and we'll say it again: Beyoncé and Jay Z are the ultimate power couple. Aside from killing it in their respective music careers (Queen Bey/Sasha Fierce/Mrs. Carter/Yoncé and Hova would be more than enough on their own) together as a family (could Blue Ivy be any cuter?) and collaborators (Bonnie and Clyde foreva) magic happens. April 4th marks the sixth wedding anniversary of this powerful union. From when the relationship rumors began thanks to their hit "'03 Bonnie and Clyde" to their secret nuptials in 2008, for which the couple flew in 70,000 white orchids from Thailand, and most recently, 2013's steamy smash "Drunk in Love," the very private couple has been running the world, together, for more than ten years.
To celebrate the anniversary of their big day, we decided to scour the couple's personal photos online for our favorites. Whether it's a picture of them riding off into the night on a motorcycle after their New Year's party or a snap of their inimitable on-stage chemistry, these pics are sure to make you feel crazy in love with this couple (sorry, we had to).
A theme you'll spot throughout all the pics (besides them looking ridiculously happy)? Their impeccable style. From Queen Bey's Kenzo sweatshirts and Topshop skirts to Jay's Tom Ford jerseys and baby Blue's super-cute clothes, they surely are one fashionable family.
Along with looking good together, we also love how much they support one another (they did go vegan together, after all). Did you see them at the 2014 Grammy Awards performing "Drunk in Love?" We nearly had to turn on the air conditioning it was so hot in there. And of course, Bey's latest concert tour is aptly named The Mrs. Carter Tour.
So, in honor of the iconic couple's anniversary, here are our favorite photos of the Carters. Feel free to fangirl as hard as we did while perusing through these pictures.Photo: Beyonce via Instagram; Beyonce via Tumblr