Benji Madden may be working away from home in Australia, but he still has his wife Cameron Diaz on his mind judging by the sweet Instagram picture he posted on Wednesday. The Good Charlotte rocker gave a shout out to his wife along with a photo of himself cuddling a puppy.
"Rule#1 When you're away from home working and you meet a puppy, always take pics to send to Bae," he captioned the image with a heart symbol.
The 35-year-old, who is currently working as a coach on The Voice Australia, also took a selfie for Cameron calling her "hunny".
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Benji Madden shared a sweet picture with Cameron Diaz
Benji and Cameron tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in January after a whirlwind romance, and are clearly still in the honeymoon stage of their relationship.
The singer recently showed his dedication to his new wife by getting her name tattooed on his chest. He proudly showed off the new inking in an Instagram shot, along with the caption, "Thinking bout you #LuckyMan."
Since getting married Cameron and Benji have been the picture of marital bliss, enjoying sweet basketball dates and a special Valentine's Day double date with Benji's brother Joel Madden and his wife Nicole Richie.
Benji Madden recently got Cameron Diaz's name tattooed on his chest
Insiders say they have never seen Cameron so happy. "Since she started dating Benji, Cameron has changed in a very positive way," a friend told People. "She can't stop smiling and seems much happier."
The newlyweds are reportedly keen to start a family together, and Cameron has already been faced with pregnancy rumours – something which her personal trainer Teddy Bass said he "doubts" given her gruelling exercise regime.
"Cameron didn't see herself as a mother before, but since finding love with Benji she can't wait to start a family and neither of them want to waste a moment," a source told The Mirror.
"They've already talked about how they'd make a nursery in their LA house and pals are saying they wouldn't be surprised if there's an announcement sooner rather than later."