Love, love, love. It’s that one thing that many of us search our entire lives for. However, when it comes to celebrities, it’s elevated to a whole other level. Regular folks like you and I watch with bated breaths and envy as we follow celebrity relationships.
And when they finally tie the knot, the wedding photos come flooding in and we’re left with some iconic celebrity wedding photos. Some of these couples were together years before getting hitched, while others barely know each other’s names. Whatever the case, as we all know, love is love and it comes in many shapes and sizes. So join us as we explore the wonders of Cupid’s work.
Arnold Schwarzenegger And Maria Shriver
To get things rolling, we have none other than the Govenator, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Arnold met his future wife, Maria Shriver, during the Robert F. Kennedy Tennis Tournament in August 1977. Maria is no pushover either, she was a world acclaimed journalist for NBC. However, it was not for nearly a decade, until April 26, 1986, that the two tied the knot in Hyannis, Massachusetts.
During their time together, Arnold climbed the ladders of politics to become the Governor of California. That’s not all, the First Lady of California won the Peabody award for her role as co-anchor on NBC’s Emmy-winning coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Alas, all good things must come to an end; after learning about Arnold’s affair with a household staff member, Maria Shriver filed for divorce on July 1, 2011. Moving on with life, Maria is currently a special anchor and correspondent for NBC News, while Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to reprise his role in the upcoming 2019 Terminator movie.
Brad Pitt And Jennifer Aniston
As Hollywood power goes, none is bigger than Brad Pitt And Jennifer Aniston.
This high profile relationship was seen as one of the bigger Hollywood love success stories, until it wasn’t. After two years of dating, in 2000 the couple tied the knot in a lavish Malibu wedding. Five years later and hearts all over broke when they announced their divorce. ~Sigh~
Frank Sinatra And Ava Gardner
With a blast from the past, we have Frank Sinatra And Ava Gardner.
Now this was a passionate love as old as time. Sinatra married the ever popular Hollywood actress Ava Gardner in 1951 until their divorce in 1957. Apparently it was a rather turbulent marriage, with many well-publicized fights and altercations.
Ellen DeGeneres And Portia De Rossi
What they say is true; there is someone for everyone.
These two have seriously got to be one of the cutest couples EVER. Ellen and Portia met in 2004 and married in August 2008, at their beautiful home in Beverly Hills. Basically, for over 10 years now, they’re reaffirmed just what a beautiful love they share!
Prince William And Kate Middleton
No iconic wedding photos list would be complete without a royal wedding. Thus we present to you, Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton.
Donald And Melania Trump
Did you think we’d forget about The Donald? Not a chance!
Of course the current President and First Lady of the United States are going to end up on our list! The pair met back in 1998 and were married in 2005, a year later they had a son, Barron. And can we just add that Melania’s $200,000 dress made by John Galliano is breathtaking!
George And Amal Clooney
Wow, aren’t these two just too cute for this world?
Ugh, these two are just too adorable. Our boy George became engaged to the British-Lebanese human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin on April 28, 2014 and on September 27, they tied the knot! Currently this power couple are expecting twins.
John F. Kennedy And Jacqueline Bouvier
And now we have another political couple making the list. We present to you the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, and his wife, Jacqueline Bouvier. The couple met at a dinner party in 1952 and ended up exchanging vows two years later. The couple have four children together.
It was paradise on earth until tragedy struck. The President and First Lady guided the nation through uneasy times at the height of the Cold War, however it was not meant to be. After being inaugurated in as President on 1961, John F. Kennedy served the nation to the best of his abilities before being assassinated on November 22, 1963.