Benji Madden + Cameron Diaz celebrate their seventh anniversary

Benji Madden and Cameron Diaz just celebrated their seventh anniversary and the Good Charlotte guitarist / vocalist posted how he “always dreamed of a family like this”. Looks like Madden knows how lucky he is when it comes to his family.

The couple originally met in 2014 through brother Joel and wife Nicole Richie. They married in 2015 and had their daughter, Raddix, in 2019.

Here’s what Benji said on his Instagram to celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary:

“Married 7 years today. Always dreamed of having a family like this. Happy, peaceful, consistent, loyal and unconditional equally full of passion and depth. Calling a honeymoon doesn’t cover it. Real life. The only real challenge, that we have makes time slow because life goes by quickly on the happy track, always and forever knowing that we are at home @camerondiaz Congratulations on the anniversary, I love you! “

Diaz then commented, “Me [Heart emoji] YOU MORE AND MORE EVERY DAY. Happy, peaceful, consistent, loyal and unconditional. Passionate and deep = OUR LOVE. LOVE YOU FOREVER AND ALWAYS. “

What is certain is that after eight years together, seven of them as a married couple, they are very much in love and definitely appreciate each other. Benji Madden and Cameron Diaz are a pretty private couple and like to stay out of the limelight in their private lives.

When their daughter was born in 2019, they posted on Instagram that “she immediately conquered our hearts and completed our family”. The post went on to say, “While we are overjoyed to share this news, we also have strong instincts to protect the privacy of the little ones. So we will not post any pictures or share any further details other than the fact that she is really, really cute !! “

We wish the happy couple all the best for their anniversary and many, many more years of love and happiness together.

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