Beyoncé and JAY-Z really are "down to ride till the very end."
The couple is celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, and a source tells ET that, a decade later, the "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" powerhouse duo is doing better than ever.
"Beyoncé and JAY-Z went through a rough patch, like most couples do, but they have worked past that and are doing great," the source said, referring to the marital troubles and cheating allegations they seemingly addressed on their albums, Lemonade and 4:44, respectively. "The couple worked very hard to get past their issues, and realized they are better together than apart."
The two have been a couple since 2002, after they collaborated on JAY-Z's "'03 Bonnie & Clyde," off his seventh album, The Blueprint 2: The Gift & the Curse. They said "I do" on April 4, 2008, and now share three kids -- 6-year-old daughter Blue Ivy and 9-month-old twins Sir and Rumi.
Lately, life for Bey and Jay has been all about family. And despite their upcoming, very busy music schedules, which includes Beyoncé's headlining set at Coachella later this month and their mutual On the Run II tour, they don't plan on changing that anytime soon.
"Beyoncé and JAY-Z recently went to Jamaica to work on a project together, and [to] spend some quality time with one another. Beyoncé has been rehearsing a lot for Coachella and, after that, the couple has to prepare for their tour that starts in a couple months," the source explained. "Although they work non-stop, their main priority is their children. They have made plans to have the kids around as much as they can when they are touring."
"It's going to be a family affair, when it can be," the source added. "Expect some really amazing things to come from the power couple this year."
An additional source told ET last month that the parents of three splurge on 24/7 care for their kids, and already have a handful of superstar helpers on staff to assist them with their children during the tour. "Blue Ivy and the twins have a team of nannies working for them," the source said. "They have people around the clock."