In Hollywood we often see a lot of romances get hot and heavy then fizzle out just moments after the tabloids confirm their relationship status. While the paparazzi photos and subtle hints of shade on social media still remain after the breakup, we often get reminders of all the great celebrity couples that do still exist.
In fact, there are actually plenty of celebrity relationships to be envious of. They make us feel a sense of normalcy with them, and you get glimpses of what makes their relationship so special and envious.
Here are 6 celebrity couples that give us serious #RelationshipGoals
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith
While they remain one of the longest lasting relationships in Hollywood, that isn’t the only reason the world is envious of their marriage. Will and Jada have always been extremely candid about their ups, downs, and beliefs on healthy relationships. They’ve spoken famously on their struggles and how they choose to overcome these obstacles on Jada’s now infamous Red Table Talk series. They’re goofy, affectionate, raw, confident, and invested in each other, and that’s really desirable to see in such a fabricated industry.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively
We’ve seen Ryan Reynolds in a fair few celebrity relationships. (Remember when he was engaged to Alanis Morissette and married to Scarlett Johansson?) But this marriage seems to be the one he’s by far the happiest in. Blake’s taken a step back to primarily raise their two daughters, while Ryan is as busy as ever. But he always has time to mention his spouse and gush (or chirp) her whenever possible. I want someone to be like that when I’m not around, for sure!
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
Their love story, in general, is adorable. They met as young kids to work on a show where they played a couple; he was her first kiss. They remained good friends after the show wrapped. Eventually they began a friends with benefits situation that eventually lead to a relationship. They even share the same innovative and empowering views that make them even more perfect because they take action in a progressive way. How can you not love them?
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
Aside from their picture-perfect family that they’re raising, this couple is seriously legendary (haha, get it?). You can tell they’re confident in their relationship. And aren’t afraid to showcase their loving sense of humor almost daily on social media. They still keep a good chunk of their lives private, but they aren’t afraid to rub their perfect relationship (while showing some of their struggles at the same time) in our faces. I’m all here for it!
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt
They may be a tad more under the radar than other couples on this list, but John and Emily are extremely underrated. The pair met in 2008, got married in 2009 (Blunt famously almost married Michael Buble just years prior), and now have two daughters. The thing that makes them so desirable is that they’re extremely private about their personal life. Yet they aren’t afraid to show their support for each other’s careers. Plus when the other is having a career highlight, they take a step back and allow them to shine in their moment. Most celebrities don’t do that because they selfishly want that attention. It’s nice to see them celebrate each other’s successes.
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos
Although Mark is now famously involved in his TV family on his hit TV show “Riverdale”, he’s always been connected to his real-life wife Kelly Ripa. They met on set of a show and after a quick elopement and 3 kids, they’re stronger than ever. Plus have you ever seen their Instagram game? It’s the definition of perfection!
The main thing to remember about all of these couples is that they never really get involved in any scandals and if they do they put those rumors to rest immediately. They keep their personal lives private and enjoy living like normal people. Yet they aren’t afraid to pack on the PDA and speak out about how much they love and appreciate their partners. Most importantly, they do this all while supporting their partners professionally and celebrating their successes in a supporting role in their lives. If I could be in a relationship like any of these, I’d be set for life.