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Jordan Rodgers Posts Sweet Birthday Note For JoJo Fletcher

At the moment, I don't know if there's a more adorable celebrity couple than Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher, but it didn't always seem like it would end up this way.

Following her traumatic runner-up finish on Ben Higgins' season of "The Bachelor," I didn't think JoJo would ever be able to find love again.

However, the Dallas, Texas native rose from the ashes like a phoenix and did indeed find her person after becoming "The Bachelorette."

JoJo met and fell in love with Jordan Rodgers, brother of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and the pair seem to be more in love than anyone.

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Tuesday, Jordan Rodgers expressed that love by posting the most adorable 26th birthday collage for JoJo Fletcher on Instagram.

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As you can see in the photo above, Rodgers made a picture collage of all the great times he's had with JoJo since the pair got together at the end of the most recent season of "The Bachelorette."

Rodgers wrote the following caption to accompany his birthday post for JoJo:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my mullet wig wearing, ice cream cone munching, snap chat filter goofing, nighttime mask FaceTime sesh screen shot'ing, power ranger costume partying, morning hike crushing, nacho mountain loving, ocean view sunbathing, best friend couldn't live without her best thing that ever happened to me love of my life @joelle_fletcher you deserve the world and I'm going to keep trying to give you all of it! The first of many birthdays to honor (and tease) the unbelievable human being you are #grammar

Is this not the most adorable thing you've ever seen?

Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher are clearly madly in love, and this Instagram post proves it.

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Also, anyone else trying to his these two up and find out where to get that nacho mountain? I'm sorry, but that thing looks absolutely epic, and I need it in my life.

Anyway, happy birthday, JoJo!

Citations: Jordan Rodgers Pens Sweet Note to JoJo Fletcher on Her 26th Birthday (US Weekly)