Whether or not marriage has changed Avril Lavigne, it has changed her husband.
"I'm the best thing that's ever happened to him," Lavigne says in the April issue of Jane.
And she doesn't worry about Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley straying.
"We have a really good, strong relationship. There's a lot of trust," she says.
More so than, say, Sienna Miller enjoyed with that ass bag Jude Law.
The couple wed in July before 110 guests, including family and friends from their native Ontario, Canada. To the surprise of many, the ceremony was a traditional one.
"I wanted to be like, 'Oh, let's totally have a rock 'n' roll, goth wedding,'" Lavigne tells Jane. "But at the same time I was like, 'I've been dreaming about my wedding day since I was a little girl. I have to wear the white dress.' I wanted to be a princess, okay?"
Part of the appeal of a traditional wedding was its timelessness.
"People thought I would have done, like, some black wedding dress, and yeah, I would have. But at the same time I was thinking about our pictures. ... I didn't want to be, like, 20 years from now, 'Oh, why did I wear my hair like that? It's not cool now.' "
"I've never done coke in my life, and I'm proud of that. Oh my God! I could never. I am 100 percent against drugs," she said.
The same is true for Whibley, even if it hasn't always been:
"He doesn't do drugs. Clearly, he used to, because he talked about it, but I wouldn't be with someone who did, and I made that very clear to him when we first started dating."
"I don't know what the big deal was, because I've been spitting at them the past two years I've lived in L.A.," she says. "It was funny. But I think if [Britney Spears] had had no underwear on that week, my spitting thing wouldn't have been talked about."
Or if Nicole Richie collapsed on the set. Oh wait, that's daily.