Best celebrity couples

Story posted September 15, 2022 in Arts & Entertainment by CommRadio Arts & Entertainment Department.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

What’s better than a hot couple? A royally hot couple, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are exactly that.

The couple gained a special amount of attraction for their scandal surrounding Meghan’s race and the royal family’s treatment of her, but the love story that comes from it adds a sense of fiction-like romance that can’t be found anywhere else.

Prince Harry completely moved away from the royal family to the U.S. with Meghan in order to start a family. This action is not only a truly grand gesture, but also sounds similar to a fairytale. Any spouse that is willing to recognize their family’s toxicity and do something about it is a lover to cherish.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are also known as one of the better looking pairings of the royal family which certainly makes their relationship more compelling than most celebrities.

In terms of doing romance like no other, and looking good while doing it, this royal couple is the poster child.

- Erell Williams

 

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski

Celebrity couples are infamous for being flashy, dramatic and short-lived. Sometimes they’re iconic, but often they’re annoying or forgettable.

Of those celebrity couples who manage to stick together, few are as charming as Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.

Blunt got her start in the phenomenal “The Devil Wears Prada,” and Krasinski played the beloved Jim in “The Office.”

The two met in 2008 and married two years later in 2010. 12 years later, the two are still going strong and have two daughters together.

Blunt and Krasinski are the proper definition of a power couple, and they proved that through their collaborations in “A Quiet Place” and “A Quiet Place: Part II.”

The couple had never planned on working together, but for Krasinski’s project, “A Quiet Place,” which he was writing, directing and starring in, they decided to break their rules and have Blunt star as his wife in the movie.

Not only did the film receive both critical and commercial success, with Blunt winning a SAG award for her performance in the film, but the relatively private couple also did a ton of press together, resulting in countless funny and heartwarming moments.

Blunt and Krasinski lack the typical dramatics of celebrity couples, but their long running relationship is endearing and always fun to watch.

-Sophia D’Ovidio

 

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Finding out that actors who play an on-screen couple are actually a real life couple is just about my favorite thing ever. This specifically applies to Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.

The couple met on the set of “That 70’s Show” where they played love interests Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart. Their characters' relationship was on and off during the first few seasons, but the actors were never interested in each other during filming.

At the time of the series premiere Kutcher was 20 and Kunis was 14. This age gap is what caused for there to be no feelings during the filming of the series.

However, they were always close friends and ended up reconnected at an awards show in 2012, leading to their 2015 marriage.

Now they have two kids and live in a sustainable farmhouse in L.A.. If that isn't the most precious relationship story I don't know what is.

- Savannah Swartz


Erell Williams is a second-year majoring in broadcasting journalism. To contact her, email exw5303@psu.edu.

Sophia D’Ovidio is a second-year majoring in communications. To contact her email, sgd5184@psu.edu.

Savannah Swartz is a second-year majoring in communications. To contact her, email sms9072@psu.edu.

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Sophia D’Ovidio is a first-year from Allentown, New Jersey. She is now a communications (undecided) major at Penn State University. Sophia intends on pursuing a career in journalism. Sophia writes for the CommRadio Arts department.

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Savannah Swartz is a first year communications major, focusing on advertising and public relations. She is a member of the arts and photo department.