1. Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

There’s just something so bewitching about these two that makes everyone obsessed over them.

Did we mention they also worked together on the successful box office hit, A Quiet Place (as an onscreen husband and wife)?

You can often see the delightful pair playfully dissing each other in videos online.

During the quarantine due to the Coronavirus, Krasinski started the “news channel” SGN (Some Good News), giving us a glimpse into his home life with Blunt.

We’re putting ourselves up for adoption just for this couple.

Here’s a timeline of their relationship. You’re welcome.

2. Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

Having just celebrated 16 years together since their first date, Harris and Burtka have a lot to be happy about.

With their loving relationship and warm family life (just take a look at their yearly Halloween costumes with their children Harper and Gideon), they’ve broken down barriers of unacceptance and bullying when it comes to LGBTQ stigmatisation.

This couple has truly proven that love conquers all.

3. Hugh Jackman & Deborra-Lee Furness

This year marks the 24th year of marriage for Jackman and Furness (that’s more than two decades). In Hollywood terms, that would probably translate to a hundred years.

Despite the 13-year age difference (Jackman is 51 and Furness is 64), you can clearly tell that Jackman has been absolutely smitten from the start. He even made a hashtag for her (#mydebs) on Instagram. *Cries in American*

4. John Legend & Chrissy Teigen

Teigen is known for her candid and uncensored captions on social media. With a few ups and downs of their own like Teigen’s problems with conceiving and postpartum depression, the couple isn’t shy to address their issues in public, making them one of the most relatable celebrity couples out there.

And yes, Legend’s hit song “All of Me” was written as an ode to his wife Teigen.

We’re not crying, you’re crying.

Here’s a timeline of their relationship so far.

5. Steve & Nancy Carell

If you’ve ever watched The Office, you’ll recognise Nancy as Carol Stills, a property agent introduced early on in the series.

Having worked together on multiple success TV sitcoms like Angie Tribeca, the couple’s secret seems to be a shared sense of humour.

“She makes me laugh more than anybody,” Carell explains to Entertainment Tonight.

In a Guardian interview, he also adds, “My wife is way funnier than I am. As much as I don’t really feel I share a sense of humor with my family, I definitely share one with her—we find the same things funny.”

Conclusion: We need more husbands like Steve Carell.

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6. Will Smith & Jada-Pinkett Smith

Throughout their 23-year marriage, the Smiths have always stood their ground firmly on overcoming all struggles together, continuously practising self-love and self-improvement, and not seeking divorce as an option.

Smith was married before having met Pinkett Smith, but upon meeting her, he realised immediately that there was something missing in his own marriage.

“I had a realization I wasn’t with the person I was supposed to be with,” Smith said on Red Table Talk, a talk show produced by Pinkett Smith where the couple and their family openly and candidly talk about their personal issues (it gets pretty heavy).

On another recent Red Table Talk episode during the Coronavirus quarantine, Pinkett Smith says, “You get into all these ideas of what intimate relationships are supposed to look like, what marriages are supposed to be.”

“Will and I are in the process of him taking the time to learn to love himself, me taking the time to learn to love myself, right, and us building a friendship along the way,” she added.

They’ve set the bar pretty damn high for keeping it real.

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⁣ ⁣Dear Will,⁣ ⁣ There are so many things that I haven’t and don’t get right but there is one thing I got really right and that’s choosing you as the Father of my children. I didn’t know much about Fathering when we had children but our parenting journey together has taught me so much about the need and the importance of having a present, courageous and loving Father available. You taught me that a Father’s place is intricate and extremely specific and looks very different from Mothering and that’s the part I had to learn to respect. Thank you for respecting and ALWAYS supporting my Mothering which I have found to be one of your greatest super powers. I’m deeply grateful to you Will. I love you and Happy Father’s Day!⁣ ⁣ I hope you guys will watch the Red Table Talk Father’s Day special as Will and I explore his Fathering journey. And I hope that there are Father’s out there that will feel more understood and appreciated after watching. STREAMING NOW. LINK IN MY BIO❣️

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