Eve's Husband Maximillion Cooper Shares Sweet Message & Lovely Photo of Wife on Her 41st Birthday

Mary Scott
Nov 11, 2019
12:21 P.M.
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Eve’s husband, Maximillion Cooper, had the sweetest words for her on Sunday as she turned a year older. The multi-hyphenate also responded to her hubby, showing just how much this couple is in love.

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Eve celebrated her 41st trip around the sun on November 10 and her biggest fan couldn’t let the day go by without expressing how special the rapper is.

Eve at the BET Hip Hop Awards on Sept. 28, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia | Photo: Getty Images

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It appeared Cooper had an intimate celebration with his lovely wife at Swan restaurant in Miami; the Gumball 3000 motor rally founder shared a photo of Eve sitting at a table with a candle-lit cake.

Earlier this year, during an episode of "The Talk," Eve admitted that her inability to conceive yet made her feel "damaged" and "broken."

Judging by the smile on her face, Eve is one happy wife.  

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"Happy Birthday to the love of my life!" Cooper gushed in the caption, adding:

"10 years together already and my love just grows and grows... wishing you the best birthday #mrscooper and may all your dreams come true!"

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BECOMING MAN & WIFE

"I love love love you sooooooo much baby," Eve replied in the comments, making sure to leave several red heart emojis as well.

The "The Talk" co-host and her husband have been inseparable since tying the knot in Ibiza, Spain, on June 14, 2014.  The wedding took place at the end of that year’s Gumball 3000 rally, and Cooper told E! News it was for a reason.

Eve and Maximillion Cooper arrive in a Maserati to Fashion For Relief at The British Museum on Sept. 14, 2019 in England | Photo: Getty Images

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"We met on the 2010 Gumball 3000 rally, so it only seemed right to have the wedding at the finish of this year’s rally in Ibiza," the British millionaire said. "We couldn't be happier to celebrate such a special day with all our family and friends."

"I'm so happy to make Eve my wife," he added. "The whole experience has been amazing, and we are both so happy to have tied the knot."

Eve, who recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of her first rap album, has also been very open about her feelings for Cooper, 47.

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AN UNEXPECTED SYNERGY

During a July interview on the YouTube series "Self Made Tastes Better," the Grammy winner confessed that although she never saw herself being with a British white guy, Cooper is in many ways just like herself:

"He’s my homie. He’s my friend. He’s all the clichés -- because I’m not a romantic -- but he’s all the clichés that I heard that are actually true. For some reason, we just have that core value of being a hustler, working hard, believing in what you believe in and making it happen. And he’s a good person."

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FERTILITY STRUGGLES

Eve is a stepmom to Cooper’s four children from a previous marriage, and she has been vocal about her desire to have kids. Per Essence, the rapper even reportedly said her stepchildren "want a brown baby sister."

Earlier this year, during an episode of "The Talk," Eve admitted that her inability to conceive yet made her feel "damaged" and "broken."

"I felt like, oh well, maybe I’m not good enough," she continued via USA Today. "It’s a very sad hurtful thing, but the more I hung onto it, the worse I actually felt about myself. Since I’ve shared, people have been so sweet to me."

Happy birthday, Eve! Here’s wishing that all your heart desires come true this new year.

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