We’re swooning! Miley Cyrus posted the sweetest photo with her husband, Liam Hemsworth, ahead of the huge release for her newest project, She Is Coming. It’s definitely a major career moment for the singer, whose last album, Younger Now, came out in September 2017. Her man came to support her and she was definitely appreciative.

“Celebrating the most special day with my most special person,” the 26-year-old captioned a black-and-white photo of the two on Thursday, May 30. The sweet snap on Twitter showed the pair lounging peacefully together. The “Wrecking Ball” artist has been busy traveling around Europe to promote her new music. She was most recently in London and is scheduled to perform at a music festival in Barcelona on May 31. It’s great to see that her hubby was able to come and celebrate her success!

The duo was having a blast snapping selfies together which prompted Miley to post another one with the caption, “HE CAME,” which is a play off of her new EP title … uh, we hope.

The A-listers have been together for a decade and officially tied the knot in December 2018. “We’ve been through so much together over the last 10 years, so [I] felt like it was time,” The Hunger Games star dished to Sunday TODAY in February about why they decided to lock things down. “I feel really happy and really fortunate to be with such a great person.”

The affection is totally mutual. After their shared home was destroyed during the tragic California wildfires, the “Jolene” singer admitted that their bond became stronger than ever. “I call him my survival partner now. He thinks it’s not romantic, but I learned that is why you pair up with someone — for survival — and he was so incredible,” Miley told Howard Stern on December 12. She reflected on how heroic the Australian was at the time, “He got all the animals out in his truck — he put two pigs in crates. I said, ‘How did you get them out?’ and he said the only thing he could do was get a really powerful hose and sprayed them in the ass. So, he just chased the pigs into the crate — which was genius.”

We will never not be obsessed with these two!