Model Rosanna Davison has revealed herself and husband Wesley Quirke haven't had a fight since they tied the knot.
The former Miss World (31) wed the Dubliner in May 2014 after eight years of dating, and she revealed to the Herald that the honeymoon period for the couple still hasn't ended.
"We're still waiting to have an argument. We haven't had one as a married couple yet," she said.
The Playboy cover star shared her pearls of wisdom on what it takes to stay happily married.
"I think that you learn to respect each other's space and you learn what bugs each other," she said.
"We're together and married now - so what's the point in arguing?"
While they've been enjoying wedded bliss since becoming husband and wife in a civil ceremony in Dublin's Merrion Hotel last year, the former beauty queen is still struggling to get her head around the fact they are married.
"I can't believe it's been a year already. I'm still getting used to the word 'husband'," she said at the launch of International Level Crossing Awareness Day.
Rosanna, who is a qualified nutritionist, recently spoke about her plans to start a family with Wes.
Although the couple aren't feeling broody quite yet, the model said she will put her foodie knowledge to use on her other half to maximise their chances of getting pregnant.
"I'm healthy and I know how to get my body ready to give myself the best chance - and how to boost Wesley's fertility too," she said.
She recently launched her new website and has been putting her final touches to her debut cookbook, Eat Yourself Beautiful, so Rosanna has had no time to think about starting a family - although her singer father Chris de Burgh is eager to become a grandfather.
"My parents would love to be grandparents and Wesley and I would love to start a family," she said. "The last year has just been so busy."