Ronnie DeVoe shares a picture of him and his wife Shamari Fears wearing a tailored suit and a formal white floral dress.
With millions of people trying to keep themselves busy amid the lockdowns in place because of the Coronavirus pandemic, Ronnie and Shamari DeVoe gave married couples an opportunity to rebuild their relationships through "Married For Life."
Ronnie and his wife Shamari have been together for 14 years now, which gives them a lot of insight which they now share with others.
Ronnie and Shamari DeVoe at the 3rd Annual “Married 4 Life” Couples Mixer on April 27, 2019 in Georgia | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
To go with the gorgeous couple picture, Ronnie wrote that many couples might be feeling a certain way after being at home with each other without leaving for work or any other place.
"Relationship season is here, BUT is your relationship on the BRINK OF SELF-DESTRUCTION?"
Asking whether it's easy or hard for some, he invited his fans to talk about the topic with him on Instagram and Facebook Live over the weekend, before encouraging people to "#StayTogether."
Ronnie and his wife Shamari have been together for 14 years now, which gives them a lot of insight which they now share with others through "Married For Life." While they didn't exactly have the most perfect marriage, they've been together for more than a decade now and are happier than ever.
Sharing a picture of them posing back to back, Shamari began by saying that after 14 years, they still have each other's back. She went on to express her love for Ronnie, calling him her "best friend" and her "everything."
"We made a vow to spend the rest of our lives together, and to this day, we continue to love, forgive, and stay dedicated to each other."
Ronnie also went on to express his own thoughts about their anniversary, saying how through the years, they still have each other's backs and growing together through it all. What he got from it though, was that they were truly made for each other.
"GOD has truly blessed us with all the values, attributes, and tools that it takes to stay committed to each other and our family forever."
Shamari and Ronnie have had their fair share of highs and lows, and now, to try and help other married couples. Through "Married For Life," they share their knowledge about relationships, and how to keep it from crumbling.