• Troy Cassar-Daley makes a romantic statement on Instagram (Instagram / @troycassardaley)Source: Instagram / @troycassardaley
Troy Cassar-Daley, 49, stellar singer and hopeless romantic
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NITV Staff Writer

14 Feb 2017 - 2:45 PM  UPDATED 14 Feb 2017 - 3:09 PM

Country music singer, National Treasure and all-round nice guy, Troy Cassar-Daley gave Instagram butterflies earlier today, posting a vintage shot of him and his wife, radio presenter, Laurel Edwards. 

While 14 Feburary is largely criticised for its commericalism and marketing gimmicks, you've got to hand it to those who manage to overcome the cheesy Hallmark cards and expensive flowers and simply reflect on the romantic love in their lives.

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Troy posted #tbt photograph of him and Laurel on his Instagram account, looking younger and sporting a killer 1990s style.

He wrote, "Love you [Laurel Edwards], not just on Valentine's Day, everyday!!"

The photo was taken in 1993 - the year they met - at Maryborough, Queensland in Troy's old drummer's front yard. Troy and Laurel have been married for 21 years.

But the tributes don't end there, he posted another picture to his Twitter account, a photo of his family, saying,

'Happy Valentine's Day to [Laurel Edwards]. You gave me these two incredible young people to love and a life with never a dull moment. Love you.'

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