She’s his mirror! Justin Timberlake loves showing off his wife Jessica Biel and we don’t blame him. The singer opened up about her in his new memoir Hindsight & All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me. Even after being together for over a decade, and married for six years now, Justin admits his wife never ceases to amaze him. We’re melting, TBH.

“I’ve watched my wife change. I’ve watched her body change. It’s a temple. It should be worshiped. It should be marveled at. I’m fascinated by her. She’s everything, man. She just constantly surprises me with who she is, and who she’s becoming, and I really hope I do the same for her. I’m excited to see what she’s going to do next. I wake up and roll over and look at her, and I’m inspired,” Justin wrote about Jessica.

Jessica is such a big muse to Justin that he had to have her be part of his latest album to appropriately depict their relationship after their three-year-old son, Silas, was born. “I was writing this album [Man of the Woods] while my wife and I were just getting to know our child, and getting to know each other in this new way. That’s why I wanted Jess’s voice on the album. She’s almost a narrator, or a voice of consciousness, and she even has her own interlude on the album entitled ‘Hers.’ It’s the way my life feels now — whatever I do, wherever I go, when I come home, it’s her voice narrating my life,” the Grammy award-winning singer said of his wife. How sweet!

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The pair met back at a Hollywood party in 2007 and in his tell-all, Justin revealed how he’s been gushing about her since day one, “I had to psych myself up. I had to remind myself that I was me — giving myself a pep talk, shadowboxing with myself, rubbing my own shoulders.”

Now over a decade later, they are still going strong and celebrate the changes they’ve gone together as a couple, as well as individuals. “I used to think we want to be loved for what we are, but maybe more now, I think we want to be loved for what we aren’t. I think we want to be loved for all our f—ked-up shit,” he admitted.

Perhaps that’s the recipe to a healthy relationship!