Three down, forever to go.
Kristin Cavallari and her husband, NFL star Jay Cutler, celebrated their third wedding anniversary with a night out on the town.
The former reality star took to social media to not only share an image of the evening, but to profess her love to her golden-armed man.
"Happy anniversary to my man! I truly love him more and more everyday and there's no one else I would rather be on this wild ride with [heart emoji]️ #Sober #JayDoingHisBestBlueSteel," she captioned the snap.
In the photo, which appears to be in the back of a limo, Kristin sips champagne and wears Jay's jacket. Jay wears a dress shirt and an undone bow tie in the photo.
The night out appears to be a parents-only evening, meaning the duo got a slight break from being mommy and daddy to sons Camden, 3, and Jaxon, 2, and daughter Saylor, 6 months.
The couple tied the knot in Nashville (where Jay went to college) in 2013. The duo were first linked in late 2010 and got engaged within less than a year. But just months later, Jay reportedly "devastated" Kristin by calling off the engagement. Fortunately, they reconciled in October 2011 and welcomed Camden, their first child, in August 2012 before finally making it to the altar the following year.
Over time, Kristin has become pretty open about her relationship, often speaking about the difficulties of marriage.
"I really talk about my relationship with Jay -- and I don't sugarcoat anything," she told Wonderwall.com in February while speaking about her book, "Balancing in Heels."
"I'm very honest about the fact that we don't have a perfect relationship," she continued. "But we're doing everything we can to make it work."
In her book, she said she was so open that she didn't even ask for her husband's approval to speak about their marriage.
"I wrote everything, and then he read it before I turned it in," she said. "But he's very respectful of the fact that this is my book and I was gonna say what I wanted to say. He's cool with everything. He was really supportive and happy with everything."