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Meghan McCain shares a special tribute to husband on their 1-year anniversary

Rebelander Basilan
Nov 23, 2018
09:40 P.M.
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Meghan McCain expressed her love for her husband on social media as they celebrated their first wedding anniversary.

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On Instagram, the 34-year-old daughter of the late Sen. John McCain gushed over her husband, Domenech, 36.

She shared a slide show of photos from their wedding and captioned it: “1 year married tomorrow baby, I can’t believe it’s been a year. My ride or die from day one. In the words of the late poet Johnny Cash— we fell into a burning ring of fire.”

She continued: “My great love, my best friend, my true partner, my shelter from the storm. I would not have survived this last year without you. Thank you for always taking on the world beside me— Bonnie and Clyde forever. I love you with my entire heart Ben.”

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Meghan and Domenech’s first-anniversary celebration of the wedding was a bittersweet occasion as she continues to mourn her father’s death.

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Meghan referenced the death of her father who died in August, at age 81, after battling with brain cancer.

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The couple’s wedding took place on November 21, 2017 just four months after the beloved senators disclosed that he had glioblastoma, an aggressive stage 4 brain cancer.

Meghan had pushed forward the wedding due to her father’s health crisis. She and Domenech tied the knot at the McCain family ranch in Cornville, Arizona, outside Sedona.

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The ceremony was held in front of 117 close friends, family members and former campaign workers.

During the wedding, Meghan made sure the menu was designed for her dad.

“Meghan really geared it a great deal to her dad so he would enjoy the menu,” her mom Cindy McCain told PEOPLE.

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A BITTERSWEET OCCASION

Meghan and Domenech’s first-anniversary celebration of the wedding was a bittersweet occasion as she continues to mourn her father’s death.

A few days earlier, she said that she’s living in an “awful parallel universe” 84 days after his father’s death.

On her Instagram, she shared a photo of the war hero and longtime politician cooking. She reminisced the happy weekends she spent with her father.

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