This year Shannon Noll and his wife Rochelle will celebrate 14 years of marriage.
And on Tuesday, the 42-year-old Australian Idol star revealed the secret to the couple’s wedded bliss.
The What About Me singer told Daily Mail Australia that communication is key to a happy marriage.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Silence is the biggest destroyer’: Shannon Noll reveals the secret to his happy marriage with wife Rochelle… as the celebrate 14 years of wedded bliss
‘Silence is the biggest destroyer of marriages,’ he explained.
‘I think probably communication is the biggest one, we always try to sit down every couple of months and so and really try to focus on each other and get things off our chest.
‘What we’ve found is the more we talk about something, the better result we can come up with and the better remedy for it.’
Talk it out: The What About Me singer said that communication is key to a happy marriage
Family: Shannon and Rochelle share three children together, and the rocker joked that he and his wife are a ‘taxi service’ for the kids
Shannon and Rochelle share three children together, and the rocker joked that he and his wife are a ‘taxi service’ for the kids.
‘Me and Roch we feel more like a taxi service, dropping them here and dropping them there,’ he said with a laugh.
The couple wed in October 2004, tying the knot in Sydney’s Cremorne.
Going strong: The couple wed in October 2004, tying the knot in Sydney’s Cremorne
They are now based in the Sutherland Shire with their children, teen sons Cody, and Blake, and daughter Sienna, 12.
This week Shannon celebrated the launch o fMenulog’s first ever pop-up store 25/7, which aims to help Australians gain an extra hour back that they would of spent cooking and cleaning.
Shannon performed for crowds in Sydney’s Surry Hills, with guests enjoying free pizza.
‘With the kids running around these days, an extra hour in the day would be fantastic,’ Shannon said.
‘I’d like to spend it having some quiet time, instead of just running around the place all the time. Maybe just read a book or something like that I think.’