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Serena Williams Celebrates Two-Year Wedding Anniversary to Alexis Ohanian With Sweet Instagram Posts

It's been two years since Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian tied the knot in a gorgeous New Orleans wedding, attended by everyone from Kim Kardashian West to Beyoncé. This week they celebrated their anniversary with a bunch of supersweet, gushy Instagram posts that illustrate how tight-knit their bond is. But they also added one very unexpected and relatable twist to the festivities: They took a trip to Popeyes to try the highly coveted new chicken sandwich, solidifying their place as one of our favorite couples ever.

Williams uploaded a cute, never-before-seen shot of the two of them on their wedding day, writing, "2 years and counting.... @alexisohanian is still putting putting up with me." Later, she added a photo slideshow that chronicles their moments dating and becoming parents together, setting it to music and writing in the caption, "2 years and counting happy anniversary my love."

But it was on her Instagram Stories that Williams revealed their fast-food anniversary journey. “I did not want to try it,” she joked in one slide. “But it’s my anniversary… This is a no judgment me zone.” She then shared a video of Ohanian walking toward her car with a bag of Popeyes in his hand, explaining to her that the chain had the sandwich but it had run out of pickles. The next few clips features Williams saying, "Oh my God," as she enjoyed the sandwich. Ohanian asks her how it is a few times before Williams finally cracks, “Have I known life before this day?” This is pretty much the wedding anniversary of our dreams.

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Serena Williams uploads a video of Alexis Ohanian going to Popeyes.
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Ohanian also celebrated their big day on social media by sharing a photo of the couple posing near a decorated swing. "Celebrating 2 years with my ride or die @serenawilliams 🎉 always ready for the next black tie event ... Or Netflix & Chill night in," he captioned the image.

The Reddit cofounder previously wrote about the success of their marriage for Glamour, explaining that for him, the most important lesson is that "you have to show up" for the person that you love. Pretty sure it makes things even better when you show up—and bring a Popeyes sandwich with you.

Originally Appeared on Glamour