June 15, 2020
Eve's marriage to Maximillion Cooper turned six years on June 14, and the ace rapper took to Instagram, where she shared a throwback photo of them alongside a sweet tribute.
Eve recently celebrated her sixth wedding anniversary to her husband, Maximillion Cooper, and she took fans down memory lane. In her first Instagram post, Eve shared an old photo of herself and Cooper from the night before their wedding ceremony.
The photo saw Eve rocking a colorful outfit as she nestled up against a smiling Cooper who looked handsome as he donned a black shirt. While adding a caption, Eve wrote, "The night before we got married... #younglove ?#ibiza #happyanniversary." Shortly after sharing the post, fans and followers took to her comments section to leave lovely comments. One user wrote:
"You guys compliment each other so well. Beautiful couple. Happy Anniversary."
Another user wrote, "Happy Anniversary to you both. Wishing you many more blessed happy years together." while several others sweetly added prayers and well wishes.
In addition to her sweet post, Eve also shared another beautiful throwback picture of herself with her husband on their wedding day.
In 2019, Eve reportedly opened up about having struggles getting pregnant and how it had caused her to feel inadequate and ashamed for a long time.
Holding a bouquet and clad in a gorgeous high neck wedding dress, Eve walked hand in hand with her husband with confetti flying all around them. In her caption, she dedicated a sweet note to Cooper, where she gushed over her love for him.
Eve and Cooper, a British entrepreneur, tied the knot in a beautiful beach ceremony in Ibiza, Spain, on Saturday, June 14, 2014. Although Eve and her husband are yet to welcome a child together, she is a stepmom to Cooper's four children from his previous marriage to Julie Brangstrup.
During an interview with "The Guardian" last year, Eve, who is best known as a rapper, spoke about how the music industry was a lot different from what she imagined it would be like.
According to her, she had believed she could forge a sisterhood with other female rappers, but it became difficult because they only saw her as a competition.