Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson
Tom and Rita have been married since 1988. They met on the set of Volunteers in 1985, and according to his interview with GQ, it was love at first sight. "Rita and I just looked at each other and —kaboing —that was that."
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Kevin Bacon and Kyra Segwick
Kevin and Kyra got married in 1988, making them one of the longest-lasting couples in Hollywood. They've filmed seven movies together total. She told Redbook that "I think, because my father and mother split up when I was very young, there was a part of me at the beginning of our marriage that thought, I'm cool alone. I love him, but I'm strong enough to handle life without him," she has said. "But now he is the person I count on to live and walk through life with."
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith
The vicious rumors surrounding this marriage never seem to stop. Whether it’s rumors of an open marriage, infidelity, or divorce, these two have weathered every storm imaginable. When the most recent divorce rumors hit, the power couple took to social media to set the record straight.
“NOT GETTING A DIVORCE!!!!!!” Will announced via Facebook. “I promise you all - If I ever decide to divorce my Queen – I SWEAR I’ll tell you myself!”
Jada followed suit, posting a simple but powerful message on her Twitter: “My King has spoken.”
Now that’s real #RelationshipGoals.
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell
Although they met on the set of the 1968 film The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family, while she was 21 and he was 16, Goldie and Kurt began dating in 1983, when she was 38 and he was 32. They are without a doubt one of the longest-lasting, highest-profile Hollywood couples.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin
If there’s anyone who proved to the world that love is real, it’s Amal Alamuddin. Before Amal, George Clooney had been the world’s most eligible bachelor for literal decades. He dated tons of models and actresses, but no one held his attention for very long – until the sexy activist/lawyer came along. The two were first spotted together in September 2013 and married almost exactly a year later in September 2014.
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are the real King and Queen of country music, and they've been going strong since 1996. We grew up watching their perfect romance, and it would break us into pieces if this PDA-loving couple ever split. Seriously, let's put a stop to the rumors that they're divorcing every other year. A man who grabs his wife's ass on stage the way Tim does isn't about to walk away.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd
Kristen and Dax tied the knot back in 2013, and although they're one of the newer couples on this list, they're already one of the most beloved couples in all of Hollywood. Between their silly commercials together, sweet Instagram posts, and and hilarious cameos on each other's TV shows and movies, we just can't get enough of this dynamic duo.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas
Catherine and Michael have been married since 2000, making them one of the longest-lasting couples in Hollywood. Their secret, according to Catherine, is honesty. She told Today back in 2018 that “when you have kids that didn’t ask to be born into a world where [the marriage is] scrutinized or looked into, you’ve got to be open and honest and share things that probably people at the drug store wouldn’t share over the counter."
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel
Barack and Michelle Obama
Barack and Michelle count as celebrities, right??? Either way, they're living, breathing #RelationshipGoals.
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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
The young Hollywood couple began dating in October 2016. Jut a year later, they adopted an adorable pup named Porky together—and got engaged soon after! He's attended her Game of Thrones premieres, and she starred in The Jonas Brothers' comeback music video in 2018 (along with the other "J Sisters," Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Danielle Jonas).
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
SJP and Matthew Broderick have been together since 1991 and married since 1997. They're one of the most private couples in Hollywood—and definitely one of the longest!
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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
The couple met on the set of The Green Lantern and began dating shortly after the movie was released in 2011 (after he divorced Scarlett Johanson and she dumped Leonardo DiCaprio). They married secretly in September 2012 and welcomed a baby girl, named James, into the world in January 2015.
Blake and Ryan have been super secretive about their little one (they didn’t even want to release the baby’s name for the first few months), and there haven’t been many pictures out there – but honestly, I can’t imagine anyone having a more beautiful baby than these two. Seriously, can you imagine having those genes??
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
Ashton was Mila’s first kiss – he was 17, she was 14, and it was on the set of That '70s Show, where they played the iconic TV couple Jackie and Kelso (and who wasn’t rooting for them to end up together?). Fast-forward 17 years, and the two are married with a beautiful baby girl named Wyatt. Say it with me: Awwwww!
Seriously, has there ever been a cuter love story in all of Hollywood? I think not.
David and Victoria Beckham
David and Victoria have been together since literally forever. Okay, maybe not literally – but they got married in 1999, which makes them one of the longest-lasting couples in Hollywood. They have four children together – three boys, all of whom look like spitting images of their handsome father, and one little girl, who’s a Posh Spice Jr.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze, Jr.
This is one couple I can’t imagine ever breaking up – probably because they’ve been together for as long as my millennial brain can remember. They met in 1997 on the set of I Know What You Did Last Summer, fell in love, and got married in 2002. Since then, they starred in the live-action Scooby Doo movie (as well as its sequel) and have two children together.
Fred and Daphne forever, xoxo.
Leighton Meester and Adam Brody
Gossip Girl and O.C. fans' worlds collided when Leighton and Adam hooked up in 2013. Since then, they've married and had a baby, but the couple is super private—which obviously just makes us want more!
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
How can I possibly put into words how much I adore this couple? First, there’s the amazing song John wrote about Chrissy, "All of Me." The music video features the couple being beautiful and perfect, and even includes a clip from their 2013 wedding. After the song was nominated for a Grammy in 2015, Chrissy hilariously took to Twitter to let the world know that she was the one who should be nominated.
“2 grammy noms for @johnlegend no one has congratulated me for being the inspiration behind ‘all of me’ without me there is no all of me,” she tweeted, following up with “congrats @johnlegend you stay winning.”
Then there’s the hilarious Instagram posts on Chrissy’s account (by the way, if you’re not following her on every social media possible, you’re seriously missing out), featuring the cute couple in bed together eating pizza for hours on end, as well as one popular post of John’s rear end.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Harry has never been one to hide in his brother's shadow, so of course his and Meghan's love story is just as much of a fairytale as Will and Kate's! The Prince was set up on a blind date with the actress back in the summer of 2016. Their love blossomed from there, she gave up acting to move to London, and they got married less than a year later. Even Meghan's trash-talking relatives won't stop these two.
Ellen Degeneres and Portia de Rossi
Everyone’s favorite comedian/talkshow host/Finding Nemo character married the beautiful Portia de Rossi back in 2008. They started dating back in 2004, but made it official as soon as the California Supreme Court ruled the ban on gay marriage unconstitutional. Although they’ve dealt with their fair share of divorce rumors over their 7-year marriage, the two remain one of the most stable (and cutest) relationships in Hollywood.
Beyonce and Jay Z
What would the world be like without Jay and Bey together? Barack and Michelle would have to find new BFFs and we would have to find a new Queen and King of…well, everything. They’re basically royalty.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez
The couple, affectionaly nicknamed "J-Rod" by fans, began dating in March 2017 and got engaged exactly two years later, in March 2019. Despite infidelity rumors, Jennifer says they're still going strong. She told New York's Power 105.1 radio show, The Breakfast Club, "I know who (Rodriguez) is. He knows who I am. We're just happy. We're not gonna let, like, other people come out and tell us what our relationship is. I know what our relationship is."
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
Neil and David got married in 2014, although they had been dating for 10 years (five of which they were secretly engaged) and had two children together. The four of them make the cutest family ever – just look at one of their billions of Halloween pictures. Each year, they dress up as a family – whether it’s Alice in Wonderland or The Munsters.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West
Kimye: Separately, they’re just two self-absorbed (millionaire) divas. But together, they’re actually pretty cute. And while “North” is a really ridiculous name, you have to admit their first-born is pretty darn adorable.
While Keeping Up With the Kardashians could certainly handle a Kimye breakup (hello, ratings), the world (and the internet, of course) couldn’t.
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski
Emily and John began dating in 2008 and married in 2010. Unlike a lot of Hollywood couples, their careers seem to have both taken off at exactly the same time, so they've been able to grow and adjust to the spotlight together. There's a reason they're at the top of the list when you think of "couple goals!"
Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams
The unlikely pair found love by sliding into each other's DMs on Instagram back in 2017. On their one-year anniversary, Wells gushed about the Modern Family star: "I've always thought of us more as a Chandler/Monica situation, where no one really knows what I do and you're overly competitive with everything, but we cute, so everyone's rooting for us anyway. Love you baby."
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen
According to Gisele, it was love at first sight when the beautiful pair first met in 2006. In 2009, she told Vogue, “I knew right way—the first time I saw him. We met through a friend. The moment I saw him, he smiled and I was like, ‘That is the most beautiful, charismatic smile I’ve ever seen!’ We sat and talked for three hours. I had to go home for Christmas, but I didn’t want to leave. You know that feeling of, like, you can’t get enough?"
Prince William and Kate Middleton
Everyone's favorite royal couple first met in 2004 while studying at Scotland's St. Andrews University. They briefly split in 2007—and when I say "briefly," I mean the breakup literally only lasted about three months total. They eventually got married in 2011, produced three heirs to the throne, and the rest is history!