Ten years ago the story of Ronnie and Will from the 2009 film adaptation of Nicholas Spark's The Last Song stole our hearts.
But what was even more beautiful than the fictional summertime romance was that the actors, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, actually stole each other's hearts IRL!
That's right, their on-screen chemistry quickly turned to an off-screen romance and we were all losing it.
Miley and Liam's 10-year-on-and-off relationship blossomed as the two filmed side by side, which eventually led to happily ever after.
Though the pair split in 2013 (cue crazed breakup album Bangerz), they reunited two years later.
The Australian actor and Disney star rekindled their romance and in 2016, during an interview on Ellen, Cyrus confirmed that she and Hemsworth were back together and engaged!
Last December the two tied the knot in an adorable intimate wedding ceremony at their Franklin, Tennessee home.
"It was a really special day," Liam said on TODAY with Willie Geist back in February.
"It was pretty much just immediate family. I feel very happy and real fortunate to be with such a good person.
"We've been through so much together over the last ten years so it felt like it was time," he shared.
In celebration of their decade-long anniversary on Tuesday, Cyrus shared some adorable throwback photos from where it all began on The Last Song.
The "Mother's Daughter" singer posted two shots from the movie, which showed her and Hemsworth sitting on a beach, while the other is of them kissing in the water.
"Started diggin you in 2009 @LiamHemsworth," she wrote.
"Sh-t got deep. Happy anniversary," she said adding a ring emoji.
Miley posted another anniversary tribute, but this one was a bit more directed at the haters than to her hubby.
After breakup rumors began surfacing of the happy couple, Miley quickly put them to rest.
She's very over the gossip, if you can't tell -- and now, She Is Coming for ya.
"Happy 10 year anniversary my love," she wrote alongside an article that addressed the split speculation.
"Good to see everyone is as dumb as they were in 2009! Some things never change...& I hope the way you feel about me is one of them."
"[Yours] truly," she wrote.
We would like to thank Miley for 1. clearing up any confusion regarding her relationship, even though we never doubted #Miam for a second.
And for 2. giving us a nice walk down memory lane.
The Last Song was such a mood. We're not crying, you're crying!