Paul Stanley has credited his wife with helping him find his "key to a life filled with gifts" he "never imagined."
The KISS frontman, who is a proud family man to four children, made the comments while celebrating his 14th wedding anniversary with Erin Sutton.
Earlier today, Paul tweeted: "Fourteen Years Ago Today I married Erin and found my key to a life filled with gifts I never imagined. My love for her only grows deeper. Find that person you love and who loves you regardless of anyone else's concept, intolerance or prejudice. Nothing is more meaningful."
Stanley and Sutton, the singer's second wife, have three children together: son Colin Michael (born September 6, 2006), daughter Sarah Brianna (born January 28, 2009), and daughter Emily Grace (born August 9, 2011), in addition to Evan Shane, Stanley's 25-year-old son from a previous relationship.
Paul and Erin were married on November 19, 2005 at the Ritz-Carlton, Huntington in Pasadena, California. Stanley's bandmate Gene Simmons was not invited to the ceremony because of his then-very vocal opinions against marriage.
Fourteen Years Ago Today I married Erin and found my key to a life filled with gifts I never imagined. My love for her only grows deeper. Find that person you love and who loves you regardless of anyone else’s concept, intolerance or prejudice. Nothing is more meaningful. pic.twitter.com/9QdTjTC1ET
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) November 19, 2019
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