This couple is the definition of relationship goals.
Paul Miller had a surprise for his wife of 70 years, Imogene, at their anniversary celebration earlier this month. PEOPLE reports that he 90-year-old husband, father and grandfather took his wife's hand and sang her a sweet serenade.
"I started practicing so it would sound just right," Miller said. "I didn't just reach up out of the clear blue sky to choose it."
Miller sang his wife Bing Crosby's "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," a song fitting for the woman he's loved since he was just 18.
"She's the only one I've ever had," Miller said. "It started out when I was 18 and it's gone along just as great as ever."
The couple married on Miller's birthday in June 1947. The couple's granddaughter, Sarah Saragusa, explained the significance of their wedding date.
"My grandmother is actually a few months older. She told my grandfather she wouldn't marry him until he turned 20, so they got married on his birthday, Saragusa said. "She wanted him to be a mature man at 20 before they got married."
The video of the sweet moment was shared on Facebook by a local Arkansas news station and has racked up more than 100,000 views.
Photo: Twitter / @faithpotting
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