Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger Share Their Marriage Secrets

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Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger recently tied the knot in France and the bride definitely broke from tradition by deciding to wear a black dress instead of the traditional wedding white. As it turns out, the couple Songwriters Hall Of Fame 44th Annual Induction And Awards - ArrivalsAvril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger recently tied the knot in a castle in France, where the bride deviated from the norm and chose to wore a black dress instead of the traditional wedding white.

Shortly after their wedding, the musical duo released a single together, entitled "Let Me Go," which is a haunting ballad with an equally eerie video to match.

The couple's collaboration was definitely a neat thing for the newlyweds to do and will be a fun memento for them to keep in their collection.

As it turns out, making sure they spend time together--even if it is for work--is one of their relationship rules.

In a new interview with People magazine, the couple opened up about how they're making it work and revealed that there are a couple of golden rules that they follow.

So, what are these rules?

They spend time together--lots of it. Avril said that despite their busy schedules, they do not spend more than two weeks apart. Also, when they are apart, there is a "no drinking" rule.

Along the same lines, they don't go to nightclubs because they feel that's "asking for trouble."

Last, but certainly not least, they appreciate the simple things, like quiet nights at home, cuddling and watching movies.

It sounds like they're really setting themselves up for success and we couldn't be happier for this cute couple!

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