Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Celebrity Love Stories....

I love romantic movies, comedies or drama's! I also like hearing or reading about a good love story! It's really interesting to hear celebrity couples share their love story. Since Hollywood marriages are often so short lived, I find these love stories to be some of my favorites, because of the longevity that they represent! I saw their stories back in February, the same day that our story ran in the AJC. What's interesting is the age difference of each couple and the length of time that each couple has been married!
The Love stories featured below starting with the youngest marriage to the oldest, share a few important virtues in common, COMMITMENT and LOVE!
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have been married only 12 years, but it's a union so strong that it seems longer. "I will throw my career away before I let it break up our marriage. I made it clear to Will," Jada has said. Will says no one can "handle" him the way she does. "Once you feel someone locked in on you, it's no contest. This is it. I can't imagine what anyone else would offer."

"He swept me off my feet," Michelle Obama told The Chicago Sun-Times recalling how on their first date he made her laugh and intrigued her with his "deep understanding" of art. Sitting on a curb, they shared their first kiss over ice cream. "I asked her if I could kiss her," Barack Obama has written. "It tasted of chocolate." After 16 years of marriage, how is it they still look at each other like newlyweds?

They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last year, eight months before his death. When we think of inspirational celebrity couples, Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman come immediately to mind. She called him "the most considerate, romantic man." He said he never cheated because "Why fool around with hamburger when you have steak at home?" On this Valentine's Day, we take a look at other celebrity couples who have survived, and thrived, despite the pressures.

George Burns said he was "nothing" until he met Gracie Allen. The couple performed on "The George Burns and Gracie Allen" show from 1950 to 1958. Their 38-year-marriage did have its rough spots, including what has been reported as one night of infidelity by George. Guilt-stricken, he bought her gifts. Somehow she learned the truth and years later joked: "I wish George would cheat again. I really need a new centerpiece." AJC File

See your story here! Tell us how long you've been married and what you think is the key to your staying power! If your story is selected, it will be published here.


Toby said...

You are sooo right all of these stories are unique and different. A nice percpective from all 4!

Thanks for sharing! I learned something from each one!

Sheila said...

When people share their love stories it can help other couples to see the importance of having a marriage that works and why!

Philip O'Mara said...

Great to read a good love story, lightens up the world.

Read a great new romantic comedy, entitled Classes Apart.
This is an romantic sporting comedy that follows the fortunes of Paul Marriot, the secretary of the Barnstorm Village Sunday soccer team and coach of a school cricket team in Yorkshire, England. The story describes the remarkable camaraderie between the players and supporters of this little club and their desire to achieve success. The team had previously been known more for its antics off the field, rather than their performances on it.

During his time at the club he meets and becomes involved with Emma Potter, who is the sister of James Potter, a major player for their bitter rivals Moortown Inn. Thus, begins an entangled web of romance and conflict. He also begins working at Derry High School, a school with a poor reputation of academic success, where he becomes coach of the school cricket team. Here he develops an amazing relationship with the children and they embark on an epic journey.

Romantic Decorating and Design said...

I agree that when you read or hear other stories about happy couples it gives you hope within your own marriage. We all can learn something from others. The key thing is to be open to learning.

Thanks for your comments!

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