Tom Fletcher

Tom and Giovanna Fletcher share rare wedding snaps as they celebrate fifth anniversary

The couple are proud parents to two young sons, Buzz and Buddy

Sharnaz Shahid

Happy anniversary to Tom Fletcher and his wife Giovanna! The couple, who share sons Buzz and Buddy together, took to their respective social media pages on Friday to share throwback pictures as they celebrated five years of marriage. In his caption, the McFly star gushed: "5 years ago @mrsgifletcher and I combined forces to become more powerful than Megatron. It's been a fun journey although we're currently being defeated by 2 small autobots but, united we stand, united we never sleep again. Happy anniversary! 5 down, forever to go. *apologies for the Power Rangers/Transformers combo. My inner nerd hurts."

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Sharing a collage of pictures from their special day, Giovanna was full of praise as she credited her husband for being her "rock". She wrote: "Five years ago we got hitched and had the most amazing day celebrating our love with family and friends. 2 children and a total of 15 published books between us later - it's fair to say it's been a chaotic 5 years and that this day seems a distant memory... but what a delightful and special one it is! Happy 5th wedding anniversary @tomfletcher!! You are my rock, my best friend, my very own court jester! Thanks for the last five years of love, laughter, and putting up with me!!! Xxx"

Take a look at Tom and Giovanna Fletcher's romance

Giovanna, 32, and Tom, 31, tied the knot in 2012, in a wedding exclusively covered by HELLO! magazine. They welcomed their first son Buzz in 2014 and their second child Buddy in February 2016. Meanwhile, the father-of-two recently opened up to HELLO! Online about how the couple manage to juggle parenthood with their successful careers. He explained: "That's something we're both constantly having to figure out, but we're both fortunate enough to be writers so we can adapt our work around the kids. This basically means we write in the evenings when the boys go to bed."

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