These Power Couples Are Giving Us Major Relationship Goals With Their Prolonged Marriages.

These Power Couples Are Giving Us Major Relationship Goals With Their Prolonged Marriages.

“And they lived happily ever after…” The line which we hear at the end of every ‘Romantic story’ is not necessarily true in every case but we have Celebrity couples from the world of entertainment who prove that all’s well that ends well.

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Have a look at these Power couples who give us major relationship goals with their long innings at the wedding pitch.

David And Victoria Beckham

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The couple first met in 1996 and their relationship has crossed 22 years now. Posh Spice A.K.A Victoria has always been there with him through his thick and thin and they still the most adorbs when they are together.

Beyoncé And Jay-Z

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A teenager fell in love with a man 11 years elder than her, yes that’s the type of love stories we read in the books. After getting married in 2008, they are still going strong as hell.

Ryan Reynolds And Blake Lively

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Probably the wittiest couple on the face of the earth started off as friends and didn’t realize that they were actually made for each other. Ryan adorably admits that he loves his wife and his children the most.

Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness

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The wolverine on-screen is considerably sweet in his real life and he is married to ‘his fair lady’ since 1995. They started dating the year when Deb made a resolution of not dating actors anymore. What a coincidence!!

Matt and Luciana Damon

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The actor who feels being in a marriage is a crazy idea believes that keeping it personal and not discussing one’s marriage is what it takes for a successful marriage.

Julia Roberts and Danny Moder

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The heartthrob of America, Julia is now happily spending time with her husband and her three children. Married since 2002 they are couple proving happily ever after really exists.