Don't worry, #Miam fans, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are still going strong!

So strong, in fact, that the 26-year-old "Mother's Daughter" singer and the 29-year-old Hunger Games actor are celebrating their 10th anniversary together. In honor of the special day, Cyrus took to social media to send a message to her husband, while also slamming breakup rumors.

"Happy 10 year anniversary my love," Cyrus wrote alongside an article that addresses the split speculation. "Good to see everyone is as dumb as they were in 2009! Some things never change .... & I hope the way you feel about me is one of them. Yours truly."

The couple, who tied the knot in Dec. 2018, first met in 2009 during the production of their movie, The Last Song.

Cyrus and Hemsworth's on-screen chemistry turned into an off-screen romance, which led to an engagement. Though the pair decided to take a break from their relationship in 2013, they reunited two years later, delighting their fans.

Back in February, Hemsworth opened up about the couple's intimate wedding on Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist.

"It was a really special day. It was pretty much just immediate family," Hemsworth shared. "I feel very happy and real fortunate to be with such a good person. We've been through so much together over the last ten years so it felt like it was time."

Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, The Last Song

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In celebration of their anniversary on Tuesday, Cyrus also shared photos from the couple's time together on The Last Song.

"Started diggin you in 2009," she wrote to Hemsworth. "S--t got deep."

Cyrus also added a ring emoji, writing, "Happy anniversary."

You can check out the couple's road to marriage HERE!

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