After more than 30 years together, Sting and Trudie Styler have proven their love can go the distance.
On last night's new episode of Bravo's 'Watch What Happens Live,' Sting, 63, and Trudie, 60, said remaining friends and having a healthy sex life has helped them keep their romance alive 22 years after they married.
Sting and Trudie on 'Watch What Happens Live' on Dec. 19.
When asked by the show's host, Andy Cohen, how often the couple are intimate, Trudie quipped, "often," before adding, "You know after 25 years you have to keep [it] going!"
Though the longtime couple — who married in 1992 after dating for eight years — have never been shy about sharing intimate details about their passionate relationship, Sting and Trudie said their friendship has helped them stay together all these years.
"Relationships aren’t easy, and I don’t think they’re particularly natural, but we’re lucky because we actually like each other," the musician previously told the 'Daily Mail.'
Sting and Trudie in August 1982.
"We love each other, that’s a given, but Trudie lights up my world when she comes into a room. I don’t take her for granted," he added.
Trudie and Sting — who was previously married to actress Frances Tomelty from 1976 – 1984 — are parents to four children; Mickey, 30, Jake, 29, Eliot, 24, and Giacomo Luke, 19. Sting is also dad to Joseph, 38, and Kate, 32, from his first marriage.