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The Most Iconic Celebrity Wedding Dresses Of All Time

Throughout history, high-profile wedding dresses have often reflected the times, from Queen Elizabeth’s post-war wedding gown, made using fabric purchased with ration cards, to Bianca Jagger being the epitome of ’70s style as she married Mick Jagger in a white suit, and, of course, Diana, Princess of Wales’s extravagant ’80s confection complete with foot train (still the longest in royal wedding history).

In recent years, A-list brides like Hailey Bieber and Zoë Kravitz have blurred the lines between cutting-edge catwalk looks and contemporary bridal options — more often than not wearing a variety of styles on the day. They turn to designers like Alexander Wang and Virgil Abloh to create bespoke gowns that nod to the traditional white dress (a trend initiated by Queen Victoria), while being distinctly modern. 

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On the other hand, there are still plenty of brides in the public eye who seek out something timeless, with Maria Grazia Chiuri at Christian Dior now the celebrity go-to for classic romance. Most recently, Karlie Kloss, Chiara Ferragni and Miranda Kerr have turned to the Italian designer at the French couture house ahead of their big days.

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From the longest trains to the highest hemlines, look back on Vogue’s edit of the most iconic wedding dresses of all time.

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Those in limelight (or celebs, as we know them) have always been a sensation and had their dealings followed religiously by the press and scrutinized by the people. This has been the case even before our contemporary times, as celebrities&#; dealings are largely impossible to be hidden from the public.

Hence, we have compiled a list of major glamorous and popular celebrity weddings from times within the 70s and 80s for your reading pleasure. The joy of a union, cases of divorce, offsprings and accomplishments of marriage partners &#; all embedded in this piece.

Mick Jagger and Bianca Perez-Mora Macias |

In , Mick Jagger got married to Bianca Perez-Mora Macias, who soon became known as Bianca Jagger. Mick was the lead singer (and heartthrob!) of the well-known band, The Rolling Stones. The marriage between these two lasted for seven years and in , they got divorced following a suit filed by Bianca, citing infidelity as the basis for divorce.

This didn&#;t surprise many, considering Mick&#;s musical popularity and stardom. Though Mick had a number of long standing relationships throughout his life, Bianca was the only woman he ever got married to.

Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler |

Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler got married in Julio was a Spanish singer and songwriter whose songs were soulful and hip moving. Meanwhile, Isabel was a television host and a journalist at this time. She came from an aristocratic, wealthy Filipino family from the Spanish dynasty.

This beautiful couple were married for eight years, ending the marriage in However, the union produced three awesome children: Chabeli, Julio Jr., and Enrique &#; of course the same Enrique Iglesias you know.

Aretha Franklin and Glynn Turman |

Having been married to her first husband with disapproval from her parents, Aretha Franklin got married to Glynn Turman in , this time with their approval.

From to , Aretha was married to Turman, who already had three children at the moment, hence Aretha became their stepmother. The couple divorced in , following Glynn&#;s relocation to Michigan from California in Aretha never remarried after the divorce, even though she had many following relationships.

Alana Hamilton and Rod Stewart |

Rod Stewart&#;s life was sure an adventure, as he made quite a mark both romantically and musically. One of the big faces of rock and roll, his songs ranked number one globally more times than can be even remembered. His name and music still rings a bell across generations of the world.

He was a father of eight children from five women (three of which he married). His first marriage, however, was with Alana Hamilton. They got married in and this union lasted until , blessed with two children &#; Kimberly and Sean Stewart.

Tatum O’Neal and John McEnroe |

Tatum O&#;Neal, daughter of popular actor Ryan O&#;Neal, is an actress whose Academy Award at the age of 10 earned her the record of the youngest to win the award. John McEnroe, a popular tennis player, married Tatum in after two years of dating.

The couple were blessed with three children named Kevin, Sean, and Emily. Sadly, the couple got divorced after things didn’t work out in the end, separating from each other in

Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach |

The coming together of two beautiful stars! Ringo was a popular drummer who was known during his days with The Beatles, while Barbara Bach was an actress. Both met in during the set of the popular movie The Caveman. Though Ringo had children from his first marriage to Maureen Cox, he still got married to Barbara in

These two are still happily married, shuffling between three homes in England, Los Angeles, and Monte Carlo. Lingo and Barbara are blessed with seven grandchildren, as well as one great grandchild.

Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh |

The marriage between these two great actors is unique &#; even more like what we find in movies. Though Emma and Kenneth first met in while working on a particular TV series, their marriage was sealed two years later, in The press took special liking of the marriage, covering all that concerns it for the get go.

However, the marriage only lasted for six years, following a divorce in This was as a result of revelations that Kenneth was in love with another actress, Helena Bonham Carter.

Madonna and Sean Penn |

to , the period when Madonna was married to Sean Penn, was also the period when both of their careers in music and acting were escalating, making them a powerful couple in Hollywood. Both stars starred in the film Shanghai Surprise, though unfortunately this film was considered to be one of the worst of the decade.

Madonna requested for divorce, but repudiated the papers thereafter. In , when she was sure about her decision; she filed again and their separation took place that year. She then went on to other longstanding marriages.

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick |

Kevin and Kyra are both reputable and cherished actors in Hollywood. Kevin is best known for his role in the movie Footloose, while Kyra got her recognition with Something to Talk About. The couple met on the set of the play, Lemon Sky, in , and have remained together since.

As such, theirs is one of the longest Hollywood marriages (no small feat, considering the pressures of living in the public eye). They have two children, named Sosie and Travis. Both Kevin and Kyra are still very active in the Hollywood scene.

Demi Moore and Bruce Willis |

How can we not mention the most fun wedding ceremony in history? It must be very difficult to make out among so many confetti-throwing guests among you. Still, we see how they were both smiling, happy and satisfied with their decision.

These two got hitched in , and the wedding ceremony was head up only by Little Richard, who’s right above them in the picture. They have three girls: Rumer, Scout and Tallulah. They couple was a gold standard for Hollywood, but they eventually parted ways after 13 years of union.

Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith | and

Like every celebrity couple, their love story also began on a set of projects they were working on together, in The couple we see are Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, who have married each other twice, in spite of their large age difference. When they first married, their union lasted for six months.

Notwithstanding everything, their love story spawned again, and they remarried in , this time staying together for 7 years. They have remained as close friends to this very day. They have one daughter, actress Dakota Johnson.

John Lennon and Yoko Ono |

Despite the fact that the rest of the Beatles weren’t satisfied with Lennon’s relationship with Yoko, he still decided to share his life with her, celebrating their matrimony in the year

The couple made music together, giving birth to many brilliant tunes that people still remember and enjoy to this day. John and Yoko had two sons, named Sean and Julian. Yoko was John Lennon’s second wife, and they were married up until he passed away, in

Cher and Gregg Allman |

The well-known “Goddess of pop” Cher and her marriage with musician Gregg Allman lasted a grand total of four years. This was Cher’s second and last marriage, after her days as a part of the singing group Sonny and Cher. Following her divorce from Sonny Bono, Cher and Gregg Allman had one son together, Elijah.

They married in and divorced in , respectively. This was Allmans third wedding, out of six marriages. Nowadays, Cher continues to rise in the music world, while Allman has sadly driven away from the industry.

Renata Blauel and Elton John |

Elton John and Renata Blauel, who was a German recording engineer, were married in , and decided to divorce four years later, in This was due to Elton John announcing himself in an interview that he liked both genders.

After their divorce, when some time had passed, Elton John officially published the news about his position to the press, claiming that he’s a member of the LGBT community. Not much has been heard of Renata in recent times.

Wayne Gretzky and Janet Jones |

Here we take a look at another unbreakable marriage, which is that of Pro NHL hockey player Wayne Gretzky and beloved actress Janet Jones.

While he is arguably considered the greatest pro athlete of all time after Mohammad Ali, many might make the case that his biggest highlight of life would be his everlasting marriage with the actress. The pair first met on a reality show called Dance Fever in and eventually wed in , being dubbed as the “Royal Wedding” by the Canadian media.

Mike Tyson and Robin Givens |

While some of the love stories on this list are developed with stories of romance, warmth and compassion of kindred souls, this one was certainly not much in that way. Boxing knockout artist Mike Tyson and actress Robin Givens’ marriage was off to a disruptive, rocky and violent start.

After rumors of Tyson’s short temper, as well as speculations saying that Robin was only looking to steal some money by marrying the incredibly famous boxer, it was pretty clear that this marriage wasn’t on a good path. Eventually this ended in an acrimonious divorce.

Samuel L. Jackson and LaTanya Richardson |

While Sam Jackson is prominently known for his many amazing film roles in the final decades of the 20th century, his early life could actually be made into a romantic movie. During his university days at Atlanta’s Morehouse College, he and his friends demanded school reform by holding some members of the college’s board of trustees hostage.

He met Spelman College student LaTanya Richardson in , during this time. The two eventually started dating and got married in ; and are still living their golden years together.

Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden |

An actress marrying an established politician in office is certainly a rare sight to see. Well, not for Jane Fonda, when she married activist and politician Tom Hayden back in Although it is to be noted that Ms. Fonda could definitely be considered an activist herself.

They certainly help break the stereotypical practice of celebrities marrying other people involved in the same profession as them &#; such as actors marrying other actors, and musicians marrying other musicians. Their unorthodox love affair lasted for a good 17 years.

Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman |

You may recognize the legendary actor Danny DeVito immediately from the groundbreaking sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. However, that’s not the only highlight reel of his career.

His acting career throughout the years is filled with critically acclaimed performances, such as from Throw Momma from the Train, Man on the Moon, Batman Returns… the list goes on for Danny. Him and his wife Rhea even starred together in a film called Matilda back in Although the couple split in , they still remain very close friends.

Carrie Fisher and Paul Simon |

Here we take a look at another forgotten rocky marriage. Yes, Princess Leia once used to be married to Mr. Simon of Simon and Garfunkel duo. They were initially headed on a Ross-Rachel path of on and off relationship.

Funnily enough, Simon actually proposed to Fisher at a New York Yankees baseball game. They finally tied the knot in , only to divorce a year after, unfortunately. What’s even more unfortunate is that Fisher never found love again.

Robert and Kris Kardashian |

The Kardashian sisters, as well as their infamous TV show, are a household name in America today. But do you know what started it all? It began when a 22 year old Kristen Mary Houghton married the uprising lawyer Robert Kardashian back in

Although the pair had actually met five years earlier, Kardashian had to propose twice to Kris before she accepted. They had 4 children, named Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, and Robert Jr, whom you may know from Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The pair eventually split up in

Olivia Newton John and Matt Lattanzi |

Australian actress Olivia Newton John first met actor and dancer Matt Lattanzi on the sets of the movie Xanadu. Although the movie was not a critical or commercial success, it did start off their romance in present life. Gene Kelly was the reason for the beginning of this romance, as he was the one introduced to one another.

The Olivia &#; Lattanzi pair eventually tied the knot in , although they did eventually divorced in The only explanation we could come up with is that the pair was not meant to last.

Karen Carpenter and Thomas Burris |

You might have heard the s’ hit song Because We Are in Love, by The Carpenters, but do you know when it was released? The song was in fact released on the wedding day of the late singer Karen Carpenter, who wed real estate developer Thomas Burris at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

However, the song was later widely released officially for all of us who didn’t get an invite to their wedding. Although this pair split up in , releasing this song on their wedding day was a pretty moving declaration of love at the time.

Tommy Lee and Heather Locklear |

Although we may not be able to imagine the television sweetheart Heather Locklear together with the Mötley Crüehard rocker Tommy Lee, it was the case, and they married for 7 years. Lee and Locklear wed in , when Heather was just 24 years old.

Although their love seemed to be inseparable at one time, they did not have any children. In fact, after their divorce, Tommy went on to have two children with his new wife Pamela Anderson, while Heather also went on to have a child with Richie Sambora.

Michael Douglas and Diandra Luker |

Diandra Luker used to be the love of Michael Douglas’ life, being married to her before he eventually found his new partner, who is none other than actress Catherine Zeta Jones. The couple got married in , when Diandra was just 19 and Michael was

They welcomed their first son Cameron in Michael has two other children from his second wife, Catherine. Diandra was awarded a humongous amount of $45 million in the divorce settlement when they split in

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton |

Here we took a look at one of the marriages of the wedding queen herself Elizabeth Taylor. Over the decades, she has been married seven times in her lifetime, and at this point she is known more for her marriage skills rather than her acting skills.

But this particular marriage we&#;re looking into today, was with Welsh actor Richard Burton, and lasted from to This was actually their second marriage, being the first from to

Jeff Bridges and Susan Geston |

One-time Academy Award winner and six-times nominee Jeff Bridges is one of the most iconic profiles in Hollywood show business. But acting wasn’t the only highlight of his life. In the early 70s, he met his future wife Susan Geston, who was hired as a maid for the film sets of Rancho Deluxe.

They eventually got married in , and are still spending their golden years together happily with their three children: Isabelle, Jessica, and Hayley. They were recently blessed with a grandchild named Grace in , through Isabelle.

Donny and Debbie Osmond |

Teen idol and pop star Donny Osmond and Debbie Glenn (Now Debbie Osmond) got married in when Donny was 20 and Debbie was just a mere 19 years old. They are both devout members of the Mormon faith, and credit their everlasting marriage to it.

They’ve been very vocal in socioeconomic issues, such as their opposition to legalizing same sex marriage. Brothers Donald, Jeremy, Brandon, Christopher and Joshua are all children from Donny and Debbie’s compassionate relationship. They’ve also blessed with ten grandchildren as of now, starting from

Joan Collins and Peter Holm |

Let’s take a look at the marriage queen that is Joan Collins. Collins has been married five times in her life. Here, we will be covering her fourth marriage, which was to the famous pop star and playboy Peter Holm.

Their short-lived marriage didn’t last long, as they split after 13 months of marriage; effectively from to However, things became ever more dramatic when Holm challenged their pre-nuptial agreement demanding more money, which eventually turned into a media circus.

Bruce Jenner and Linda Thompson |

It’s time to talk about the marriage of someone from the related Jenner family. Yes, we’re referring to none other than the American hero Bruce Jenner (now Kaitlyn Jenner) himself.

Before Bruce married Kris and officially became affiliated with the Kardashians, the former decathlete was actually engaged with Linda Thompson from to Although the marriage only lasted for a short span of 5 years, they did welcome two sons in their family together.

Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley |

You might have heard Billy Joel’s smash hit track from the 80s, Uptown Girl, but do you know who the song was based upon? It was none other than Billy’s then partner Christie Brinkley, who was a supermodel. They tied the knot in , and their marriage is said to have lasted till

But unfortunately, Billy’s intense touring schedule world-wide often prevented him from spending enough quality time with his family. Eventually, this increasing distance was said to have broken with their marriage.

Eric Clapton and Pattie Boyd |

Every rock and roll star needs a model for inspiration to write their music. And Eric’s inspiration used to be model and photographer Pattie Boyd. Pattie used to be married to the well known guitarist George Harrison from The Beatles, before she fell in love with Clapton.

Several of Eric’s songs such as Layla, Wonderful Tonight and She’s Waiting were all written based on his wife Pattie Floyd. However, Boyd eventually split from Clapton in , attributing it to his years of drinking abuse, as well as his numerous affairs.

Dorothy Hamill and Dean Paul Martin |

Before Bradie Tennell, Karen Chen and Michelle Kwan, there was Michelle Kwan in the world of figure skating. She became an American heroine when she won a gold medal at the Winter Olympics in It was almost too good to be true when she got together with actor and singer Dean Paul Martin.

The pair of Martin and Hammil eventually tied the knot in , but their marriage was short-lived. Martin decided to pull the plug within 2 years of marriage, and they split up in without any children.

David Bowie and Angelina Barnett |

Do we have any Bowie fans in the house? Most of you have probably heard of him as his alternative persona Ziggy Stardust. But, do you know who was responsible for creating it? It was not just Bowie; as he was inspired by his wife at the time, Angelina Barnett.

Angelina was just a 19 year old when they first met, and they ended up having a son together. Although they did split up after 10 years of union in , we cannot thank her enough for helping David develop the iconic Ziggy Stardust.

Carly Simon and James Taylor |

The pair of Taylor and Simon constituted for the biggest power couple in the music industry back in the s. They were married for just above a decade with two children, both of whom ended up being musicians themselves. James and Carly have acquired the Hall of Fame status in the music industry as of now.

Back in their prime, their original combination of singer songwriter with folk rock helped them dominate the Top 40 chart lists. Reflecting back, there were hardly any other couples that could compete with them.

Princess Diana and Prince Charles |

Here we take a look at one of the most iconic, arguably biggest power couples of the late 20th century &#; Prince Charles and Princess Diana. They got married in a massive royal wedding in Although the couple had two children; Prince Harry and Prince William, their relationship was quite rocky.

Charles apparently had affairs with several other women during their marriage, and Diana eventually had to call it quits one day. The collapsed marriage hit another chord when Diana was struck by a car crash in , which led to her demise.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver |

The s was an excellent decade for the Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Not just career-wise, but also relationship-wise. He married Maria Shriver in , who was the niece of former president John F. Kennedy. However, things went south in the relationship soon, when news came out that Arnold had an affair with their housekeeper.

They both separated in when she came to know that Arnold had fathered a child from that event who was already 14 years old. 6 years later In , their divorce was fully finalized.

Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd |

You may know the late blooming British star Lisa Vanderpump from the hit TV show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But believe it or not, she has been an amateur actor trying to make it since the s.

It was only until , where she finally achieved her dream when she got cast in the then uprising show that sent her to stardom. Lisa has been married to her partner Ken Todd ever since her days as a struggling actress from , and he had happily accompanied her all the way.

Lorna Luft and Jake Hooker |

Most of you might have heard about the famous actor and singer Liza Minnelli, but have you heard about her half sister Lorna Luft? Similar to Liza, Lorna has also built a pretty big career working as an actress and singer. As a musician, Lorna got acquainted with fellow musician Jake Hooker, and tied the knot with him back in

After having two children with him, named Jesse and Vanessa, Lorna eventually ended their relationship after 16 years of marriage. She later got married to Colin Freeman in

Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown |

Here, we take a look at one of the notable everlasting marriages in celebrity culture. Bryan Brown and Rachel Ward walked down the aisle in when both of their professional careers were fairly new and picking up the pace.

Bryan had just starred in the yesteryear romantic drama series The Thorn Birds, and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award, as well as a Golden Globe Award for his work on it. The hit show saw uplifting success in both of their careers, as they starred in together.

Suzi Quatro and Len Tuckey |

She may not retain quite the celebrity status as she did in her younger days, but rest assured that Suzi Quatro was known as quite the rocker in the 70s. Interestingly enough, much of her fame wasn’t even in the U.S. where she was from. Instead, she was far more popular in the United Kingdom and Australia.

She got married to fellow musician Len Tuckey in , and you can definitely tell that he was rocking the styles of the time. Just look at those sideburns and the collar on that shirt. That’s the 70s for ya.

Marianne Faithfull and Ben Brierly |

If you were a teenager or a young adult in the 60s and 70s, odds are that you definitely remember Marianne Faithfull. She was a part of the British Invasion, a movement of rock and roll musicians from England that became incredibly popular in the United States following the success of the Beatles.

While she fell from the radar a bit in the mid 70s, her career experienced a strong resurgence right around the time that she got married to Ben Brierly in She got her personal and professional life back on track at the same time!

Jaclyn Smith and Dennis Cole |

Jaclyn Smith has been married a total of four times in her life, but one of her more iconic unions was with Dennis Cole. The two were both very prominent actors at the time, with Smith in particular being incredibly well known for her work on Charlie’s Angels.

They got married in and stayed together until , at which point they got divorced. This picture just screams late 70s, with Jaclyn sporting that classic long, wavy-haired look that many of the popular women of the day were known to wear. She looks quite angelic here.

Keith Richards and Patti Hensen |

When you think of rockstars, you are bound to think of crazy lifestyles that involve lots of partying. The Rolling Stones were definitely known for their debauchery, but Keith Richards was never really one that needed a ton of different women in his life. In fact, the guy has been married to the same woman, Patti Hensen, since

Hensen is a model that met Richards and then later married him on his 40th birthday. In this picture, you can also see Richards’ close friend and bandmate, Mick Jagger, there for the celebration. It must have been a great day.

Ace Frehley and Jeanette Trerotola |

They just don’t make rockers like they used to. Sure, rappers might be the rockstars of the new generation, but is there any rapper that can really bring out the rock like Ace Frehley did back in the day? As the lead guitarist of Kiss, Frehley was as known for his licks as he was for his interesting makeup and fashion choices.

He got married to Jeanette Trerotola in , only a few years after Kiss was founded. You can see that he looks like a totally normal guy without all that makeup (although that hair is %!).

Mel Gibson and Robyn Moore |

Mel Gibson is one of the biggest movie stars on the planet, although he is almost as well-known for his traditional views these days as he is for his work in the entertainment industry. He married relatively young at the age of 24, and his love was a woman named Robyn Moore.

The two make a really handsome couple in this photo, and you can see just how young Mel looked back then compared to how he looks now. The mullet and clean-shaven face is quite a different look from how he appears now!

Donna Summer and Bruce Sudano |

Donna Summer is one woman that hardly needs an introduction. Her legacy really speaks for itself. Known as the Queen of Disco, Summer really revolutionized pop music. Many have argued that she also basically sparked the beginning of electronic music. Her contributions to art are many, and the world definitely lost a bright light when she passed away in

We like to look back at this photo of her during her wedding to Bruce Sadano and just think about a great musician at the top of her game. They were married until her death.

Bjorn Ulvaeus and Agnetha Faltskog |

Have you ever stopped and wondered why ABBA was called ABBA? Well, the band gained its name from the names of the four people involved in the band. One of the A’s was for Agnetha, and one of the B’s was for Bjorn! Bjorn and Agnetha were two of the Swedish stars behind the group responsible for hits like Dancing Queen and Take a Chance on Me, and here’s what they looked like during their wedding.

The hair on Agnetha looks like she is some type of magical woman! The bouquet she is holding is also very beautiful.

Peter Sellers and Miranda Quarry |

Successful as an entertainer across multiple decades, Peter Sellers earned himself a reputation as a multi-talented man that could excel at almost everything that he tried out. He was, of course, known for being funny, appearing in a number of hilarious movies and writing comedic songs throughout his life.

He was married a few times before his untimely death, including a marriage to Miranda Quarry in She wasn’t involved in the entertainment industry herself. The two were separated in , but you would never guess that from this sweet photo of them holding hands with one another.

Stevie Wonder and Syreeta Wright |

One of the most popular musicians ever, Stevie Wonder is a man known for his emphatic and unending commitment to creativity in the arts. He has also served as an inspiration for anyone else in the world that might be blind, as he has shown that you can rise to great heights no matter what your disability might be.

His first marriage was to a woman named Syreeta Wright in Better known just as Syreeta, she and her new husband went on to release musical collaborations with one another. Just look at how happy Stevie looks!

John Denver and Cassandra Delaney |

What do you expect when you imagine a John Denver wedding? Obviously it’s going to be in some sort of scenic location, right? It seems like the landscapes of American held a special place in the romantic heart of Mr. Denver, so of course his wedding took place outside in the hills of his favorite country.

He got married to Cassanda Delaney, an actress, in , and the photos really just speak to Denver’s soul more than anything else really can. Those matching all-white outfits also look pretty slick, we have to say.

Robert Smith and Mary Poole |

If there is one person that can be thought of as the father of the goth subculture, it’s Robert Smith. His band, The Cure, helped bring both goth music and the goth look to a wider audience. Smith in particular is known for his interesting fashion choices, often opting for wild hair looks and dark makeup.

While his look is decidedly more toned down at his wedding with longtime girlfriend Mary Poole, you can see that he still couldn’t resist putting on a bit of a show with eye-catching lipstick. These two goth lovebirds are still together!

David Hasselhoff and Catherine Hickland |

David Hasselhoff recently got married to a woman far younger than him, but that’s not all that surprising. The guy has always looked good, and he still is quite handsome despite being almost But his first ever wife was someone who got with him right at the height of his fame: Catherine Hickland.

The two married in , and you can see that they are basically the dictionary definitions of “handsome” and “pretty.” This photo from their wedding looks like it should be an advertisement! For what, you might ask? Well… for anything, really.

Chrissie Hynde and Jim Kerr |

If you’re a fan of punk and new wave music, there really is no one cooler than Chrissie Hynde. As the leading member of The Pretenders, Chrissie helped show that women could really help push rock music forward even into the 80s, creating innovative songs and just generally being a cool person.

While she had her first daughter with one of the members of The Kinks, she went on to marry Jim Kerr, another musician. Just look at how happy these two look here! Sadly they were only together until Chrissie is currently not married.

Janet Jackson and James DeBarge |

As the youngest child from the Jackson family, it can sometimes be easy to forget that Janet Jackson is from the same fam as Michael Jackson and the rest of the Jackson Five. She has carved out her own path as a celebrity and certainly has her own legacy. She has been successful for decades now and has been married a total of three different times.

Her first ever marriage was to James DeBarge in , and this picture of the two of them is just awesome. Janet looks very beautiful, and just check out James’ hair and mustache!

Faye Dunaway and Peter Wolf |

This beautiful couple tied the knots in holy matrimony in They remained married for five years, as in , they got divorced. Supposedly, their separation was simply because of career responsibility, but the particular reason soon became public knowledge.

While Faye was a very well-known actress with a fast-rising career and Peter Wolf was the lead singer of the rock band The J. Geils Band, his career was fast waning. Hence, the large career difference between the couple could not be handled anymore, and the divorce was necessitated.

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson |

In , actor Tom Hanks and actress Rita Wilson got married, and have remained together since then. Tom is well known for his role in Forrest Gump, Saving Private Ryan, The Terminal, and The Da Vinci Code. He met with Rita while they worked together on the set of the film Volunteers, and married that same year.

Though Tom had had two children from his first marriage, the couple is still blessed with two sons &#; Chet and Truman. The couple are usually seen together in events of charity and functions that concern space exploration.

Diana Ross and Arne Næss, Jr. |

Diana Ross is one of the biggest and substantial names in music. The famous, paramount singer, songwriter and actress was married twice in her life, being Arne Næss Jr. her second spouse.

The couple married in and stayed together until They had two sons named Ross and Evan, before Diana Ross and Arne filed for divorce. Sadly, an unfortunate event took place in the year , when Arne lost his life in a mountain climbing incident.

Sylvester Stallone and Brigitte Nielsen |

Sylvester Stallone married famous model and actress Brigitte Nielsen in Gorgeous couple, right? Yes, they are pretty stunning indeed, but unfortunately they were not meant to be; and after 2 years of marriage, they decided to split their ways.

The couple did not have any children together. Their divorce was a surprise for everyone, given the fact that their relationship was always in the tabloids being highly publicized. Nielsen was Stallone’s second wife, and he got married one more time after her.

Burt Reynolds and Loni Anderson |

One of the biggest power couples in the late 80s was the pair of Burt Reynolds and Loni Anderson. Their adopted son Quinton was from their time together from to Loni went on to remarry Bob Flick in , but she and Burt never remarried after they divorced.

Although their prime years of fame are well behind them, it was sweet till it lasted. Some things are just not meant to last. Both actors have now somewhat sunk into obscurity in the Hollywood cycle.

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne |

Don’t get tricked by the rather cheerful colors Ozzy is wearing in this photo, we assure you this wedding was as metal as it could get. His beloved spouse, Sharon Osbourne, is the daughter of Don Arden, who also happened to be Ozzy’s agent when they first met.

Their encounter was certainly unexpected, as Ozzy was just reaching Arden to renew his contract with Black Sabbath, but they fell in love immediately. They’ve remained together until now, and even share three beautiful children.

Audrey Hepburn and Andrea Dotti |

Here we cover one of the marriages of the legendary Belgian queen of Hollywood herself, Audrey Hepburn. For her second marriage, Audrey married a psychiatrist named Andrea Dotti back in Although it was a short-lived and unhappy marriage, they did end up having a kid together.

However, Audrey eventually called it quits in after 13 years of union, due to Andrea’s multiple extramarital affairs. Hepburn cared for her son, so much so that she waited on him to grow old enough to handle their separation and then filed for a divorce.

Meryl Streep and Don Gummer |

Speaking of rock-solid marriages, Meryl Streep, arguably known as the greatest actress of the late 20th century, tied the knot with sculptor Don Gummer in September of , and their mutual love for each other is still strong as ever, as the beloved couple are heading into their 43rd year of marriage.

The wonderful couple had four children together and became grandparents for the first time in early Hopefully Meryl lets the new baby play with her Oscar trophies. Couple goals, right?

Michael J. Fox and Tracey Pollman |

Michael J. Fox and his fiancee, Tracey Pollman, were married in Jumping ahead into the future, they’re still in love and even parenting four children: Sam, Aquinnah, Schuyler, and Esmé. Michael has been struggling with Parkinson’s disease for many years now, but has stayed strong with his loving wife always by his side.

They’ve donated a lot of their earnings for better and detailed research of the disease. His experiences also lead him to become an author, writing about his battle with Parkinson and his coping methods.

Farrah Fawcett and Lee Majors |

Having been dating since the s, these two officially tied the knot in at Los Angeles’ Hotel Bel-Air; truly a marriage that could be termed “Made in Hollywood&#;s Heaven.”

That year was a blessing to Lee Majors as in March, his movie The Six Million Dollar Man premiered and became a huge success, and months later, he got married to Farrah. The marriage lasted for nine years, up until , and there were no children from the union.

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Marilyn Monroe and James Dougherty

James Dougherty, a police officer, married 16 year-old Norma Jean Baker before she became the icon we know today as Marilyn Monroe. They divorced in , and in a interview Dougherty said, “I never knew Marilyn Monroe, and I don’t claim to have any insights to her to this day.”

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Judy Garland and Vincente Minnelli

Judy Garland married film director Vincente Minnelli in In , she gave birth to their daughter, Liza Minnelli.

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Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Thousands of guests attended the wedding of Princess Elizabeth (later known as Queen Elizabeth) and Prince Philip, including the King of Iraq and and the Prince and Princess of the Netherlands. Designers submitted their sketches for her dress and, ultimately, designer Norman Hartenell was approved a mere three months before the wedding.

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Rita Hayworth and Prince Ali Khan

Rita Hayworth cuts the cake with new husband, Prince Ali Khan, in the South of France. Her dress was by designer Jacques Fath.

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Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra

These soulmates wed in a small ceremony in Penslyvania in But all was not what it seemed—the day before the wedding, Gardner received a letter from a prostitute stating that she had been having relations with her soon-to-be-husband for months.

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Jacqueline Bouvier and John Kennedy

Bouvier wore a stunning silk-taffeta gown by designer Ann Lowe.

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Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio

For her second wedding, Monroe wed baseball player Joe DiMaggio at City Hall in San Fransisco. They divorced after days.

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Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer

For her first wedding, Hepburn married actor Mel Ferrer in Burgenstock, Switzerland. The high neck dress with elbow length gloves was designed by Pierre Balmain.

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Debbie Reynolds and Eddie FIsher

Singer and performer Eddie Fisher wed actress Debbie Reynolds in Grossinger, New York, in Their close friends and couple, Elizabeth Taylor and Mike Todd, had the roles of best man and matron of honor. However, controversy struck when Todd tragically died in a plane crash in and Fisher and Taylor began to have an affair. Reynolds divorced Fisher in and Fisher and Taylor wed in the same year. Fisher and Reynolds had two children, Todd and Carrie Fisher.

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Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III of Monaco

Bonafide movie star Grace Kelly starred in many films, but it was her marriage to Prince Raineier that gave her her biggest role—princess. Costume designer Helen Rose designed her the dress. which included feet of fabric, and had hundreds of pearls hand-sewn to the lace.

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Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller

In , Monroe married playwright Arthur Miller and soon divorced five years later. For the courthouse, Monroe wore a pencil skirt, shirt, and gloves. For the second ceremony, she wore a Norman Norell gown, short veil, and white wrist-length gloves.

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Brigitte Bardot and Jacques Charrier

The bride, Brigitte Bardot, wore a pink gingham dress by Jacques Esterel.

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Farah Diba and the Shah of Iran

Farah Diba, empress of Iran , looked breathtaking in a Yves Saint Laurent dress and a Noor-ol-Ain Diamond tiara.

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Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher

Eddie Fisher and Elizabeth Taylor at their wedding at Temple Beth Shalom in Las Vegas. She later said that she married him due to grief.

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Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton

Elizabeth Taylor wed actor Richard Burton wed in Irene Sharaff, the costume designer for the film Cleopatra, created this iconic yellow frock. The look was topped off with hyacinths and lilies of the valley that were woven into her hair.

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Jane Birkin and John Barry

An year-old Jane Birkin married year-old John Barry at a secret ceremony in London. Jane is widely known for her acting and fashion taste, and Barry was a composer, best known for the James Bond theme song.

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Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra

The happy couple cuts the cake at their wedding in Las Vegas.

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Priscilla and Elvis Presley

The couple had a very small wedding in Las Vegas in the middle of the night. A small group of close friends boarded Frank Sinatra’s private plane and made the trip for the ceremony.

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Jacqueline and Aristotle Onassis

The former first lady wed shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. The reception was held on a yacht and the ceremony was on the Island of Skorpios, Greece.

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Yoko Ono and John Lennon

Yoko Ono and John Lennon made the choice to marry two days after Paul McCartney wed Linda Eastman. They said "I do" in Gibraltar. Thirty years later, Gibraltar paid homage by creating postage stamps of the couple standing in front of the famous rock.

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Audrey Hepburn and Dr. Andrea Dotti

In , Hepburn said "I do" to Italian psychiatrist Dr. Andrea Dott in a town hall ceremony in Switzerland. Hubert de Givenchy designed a pale pink mini dress and matching headscarf for Hepburn, which she wore with white tights and ballet flats.

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Prince and Princess Von Furstenburg

The couple wed in Paris and the bride wore a confection designed by Mark Bohan at Dior—a long white cotton dress with a colorful petticoat underneath, a ribbon belt, and wide hat.

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Mick and Bianca Jagger

One of the most iconic weddings of all time is the wedding of Mick and Bianca Jagger. This highly photographed, paparazzi playground had an all-star guest list (Jagger had a private jet fly out Elton John and Paul McCartney). Bianca was four months pregnant and wore a YSL white smoking jacket, long skirt, sun hat, and veil. Mick was in a green suit and colored sneakers. What could be more rockstar than that?

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Farrah Fawcett and Lee Majors

American actress Farrah Fawcett wore a large sun hat to her wedding with Lee Majors at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, California.

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Hazel Gordy and Jermaine Jackson

Singer Jermaine Jackson of the Jackson Five married Hazel Gordy, daughter of the founder of Mowton, Berry Gordy. They wed at the Beverly Hills Hotel in California.

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Marisa Brenson and James Randall

Marisa Brenson, grandaughter of Elsa Schiaparelli, wed James Randall in at their Beverly Hills home. She wore a twisted pearl necklace and flowers in her hair.

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Prince Charles and Lady Diana

Prince Charles and Lady Diana married in St Paul's Cathedral in London. Her dress was made by David and Elizabeth Emanuel and included 10, pearls. It was an estimated to cost $,

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Jo Howard and Ron Wood

Guitartist Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones marries Jo Howard in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire.

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Brigette Neilsen and Sylvester Stallone

The couple wed in in Beverly Hills. She designed the lace gigot-sleeve dress herself, but most noticeable was her jeweled headpiece.

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Diana Ross and Arne Naess

Diana Ross married Norwegian businessman Arne Naess, Jr. in Switzerland in Ross began her career as a member of The Supremes and later became a solo artist.

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Rare Bollywood Celebrities Marriage Photos - Part 2

Blast From The Past: Fascinating Vintage Celebrity Wedding Photos from the 70s and 80s

By Jonathan E. Cohen

The red carpet may be an elegant affair, but so too are celebrity weddings. Wedding traditions might vary between cultures, religions, and countries, but they have similar goals. When it comes to getting hitched, there’s no bigger spotlight than the one shone on a celebrity wedding. From royal nuptials to Hollywood duos exchanging vows, these glamorous affairs always garner a lot of attention. 

However, there are some celebrity weddings that are bizarre, questionable, and confusing. These power couples will do anything it takes to keep the spotlight on them. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Now sit back, relax, and get your popcorn or cold beverage as we unveil some of the most fascinating celebrity wedding pics from the 70s and 80s. Don’t forget to take notes of their unique love stories, and of course, the fashion statements they made on the big day. 

Mick Jagger and Bianca Perez-Mora Macias ()

When two different worlds meet, get ready for a wild ride. Mick Jagger, frontman of The Rolling Stones, is known as an enigma, a showstopper, and a rebel. Jagger has made a name for himself, but at the same time, made some scandalous mistakes.

So, when he started dating Nicaraguan-born Bianca Perez-Mora Macias, who had earned a full scholarship to the Paris Institute of Political Studies, it raised a lot of eyebrows. However, the marriage went well, lasting seven years. They had one child named Jade.

Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler ()

Another legend in the music industry found the love of his life unexpectedly when he crossed paths with a Spanish-Filipina socialite. Julio Iglesias&#; milestones during his career can never be duplicated. He has won multiple awards, including Grammys and Billboard Music Awards. 

After a year of dating, the two tied the knot at Aman Canal Grande Venice in Italy. To this day, it is still considered one of the biggest and most expensive weddings to ever be held there. The couple has three children – Chabeli, Julio Jr., and Enrique. Enrique is also a famous singer who has won multiple awards.

Aretha Franklin and Glynn Turman ()

Aretha Louise Franklin, Detroit’s finest, is one of the most decorated artists in the history of modern music. She also became the first female performer to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. While her first marriage wasn&#;t as successful as her career, she did seem happy for a while with actor Glynn Turman.

Sadly, when Turman moved from Michigan to California, their flame started to die down. A long-distance relationship wasn’t meant for them, so they ended their marriage after six years.

Alana Hamilton and Rod Stewart ()

Sir Roderick Edward Stewart is a British rock and pop icon who was a trailblazer in his own right. With his signature raspy but melodic voice, he was able to capture a lot of hearts, and one of them belonged to Alana Hamilton. Alana was a model turned actor who later became a producer.

Although both of them were considered big names already, they tied the knot in a simple yet sophisticated wedding at L’Ermitage in Los Angeles. They have two beautiful daughters, but their marriage only lasted five years. 

Tatum O’Neal and John McEnroe ()

This was an odd pairing, to say the least, and the media was never shy about pointing this out. When the Golden Child, Tatum O’Neal, married loud-mouthed tennis superstar John McEnroe, everybody knew it would be a disaster. Tatum’s personality is the direct opposite of John’s. However, as they say, love moves in mysterious ways, and sure enough, romance blossomed.

In , McEnroe Married O’Neal at St. Dominic’s Church in upstate New York. It was a star-studded union that included both sports icons and stars from the film industry. As expected, their union didn’t last long, and the fallout damaged both of their reputations.

 Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach ()

The first member of The Beatles on our list is the enigmatic drummer, Ringo Starr. He might not be as popular as John Lennon or Paul McCartney, but he is still recognized as one of history&#;s best drummers of all time. When Ringo met former Bond girl Barbara Bach on the set of the movie The Caveman, he knew she was the one.

Unlike many other A-list couples, Ringo and Barbara are still happily together today. This is a rarity in the celebrity world. Kudos to the loved-up couple.

Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh ()

Romances in film and television often lead to real-life love matches between the actors involved. When Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson played lovers on-screen, their chemistry was second to none. It didn’t take long for them to tie the knot, cementing their reputation as the darlings of British Cinema during the 90s.

Sadly, this super sweet pair didn’t last long as allegations of Branagh’s infidelity took over the tabloids. So, who was her secret woman? It was none other than Helena Bonham Carter.

Madonna and Sean Penn ()

We almost forgot that these two iconic figures were once married. Sean Penn, an actor who has done it all in the business, crossed paths with the up-and-coming singer in the 80s. It seemed like a strange pairing to many fans, but the spark in their eyes tells a different story.

They had such a strong connection that they were able to block out the noise from people trying to criticize their marriage. Sadly, it still ended. At first, it seemed their split was due to jealousy and abuse. However, after a few years, Madonna changed her tune, stating that there was no abuse. 

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick ()

Let&#;s give a moment of praise to this couple. After 33 years of marriage, they’ve had no public disagreements or dramas. Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick’s marriage is truly special. How did they manage to survive the scrutiny, the spotlight, and all things thrown at them?

If you think being a celebrity couple is easy, think again. Only 15% of celebrity couples last for 10 years. Kevin and Kyra have done that three times over, and that’s not an easy feat to accomplish. 

Demi Moore and Bruce Willis ()

It was indeed a field day for magazines, publications, and journalists when Bruce Willis married Demi Moore in With a star-studded guest list and Little Richard (R.I.P) officiating their marriage, it was like a happy ending from one of the Disney movies.

Their love blossomed throughout the years, resulting in three children. Although their marriage ended after 13 years, they are still great friends and co-parents to their kids. 

Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith ( & )

When Melanie Griffth first saw Don Johnson, she fell madly in love with him. At that time, she was only 14 years old and Johnson was already After four years of holding off, they finally tied the knot after she turned Sadly, after six months, the couple split. 

Their first break-up was not the end of their relationship as they tried to rekindle what they had when they married a second time in Despite trying to fix their union for seven years, they eventually call it quits. They are great co-parents to their daughter Dakota Johnson.

John Lennon and Yoko Ono ()

Arguably the greatest member of the iconic rock band The Beatles, John Lennon’s marriage had to make it onto our list, even though it was slightly earlier than the 70s. The late great singer-songwriter was described as enigmatic, outspoken, and wildly talented. When he met Yoko Ono at a London Art Gallery workshop, everything seemed to go south.

It is no secret that Yono is blamed as one of the pivotal reasons why the band broke up. However, the couple stood together and tied the knot in Sadly, Lennon was assassinated by a fan in

Cher and Gregg Allman ()

After a highly publicized divorce from her former partner, Cher was able to find love and comfort in the frontman of the band, The Allman Brothers. However, in true Hollywood fashion, Gregg Allman and Cher separated after just seven days. Eventually, they got back together when Cher discovered that she was pregnant.

The couple divorced in , and Cher went on to become the “Goddess of Pop.” Allman, on the other hand, tried to resurrect his career and his band, but he was never successful in doing so.

Renata Blauel and Elton John ()

Elton John, one of the best-selling music artists of all time, was once married to sound engineer Renata Blauel. Although their marriage lasted for four years, during that period, Blauel and some of his friends knew it was destined to end sooner rather than later.

After two years of being divorced, Lennon finally came out of the closet. Various publications tried to reach out to Blauel for her reaction, but she stayed out of the spotlight. Lennon then married Canadian Filmmaker David Furnish in

Wayne Gretzky and Janet Jones ()

Here’s an incredible illustration of the union of Hollywood and sports. Pro NHL hockey player Wayne Gretzky married actress Janet Jones in Gretzky sits up there with Mohammad Ali in the selective class of the best professional athletes ever, while Jones is a successful American actress. When they tied the knot, the Canadian Media dubbed it as their version of “Royal Wedding.”

After 33 years of marriage, this couple is still going strong. Gretzky didn’t just flourish in his sport but also in his personal life. Congrats, to Janet Jones and the Great Gretzky. 

Mike Tyson and Robin Givens ()

Yet another odd pairing on our list is the union between Mike Tyson and Robin Givens. During this time, Tyson was making a name for himself by demolishing and disposing of his opponents in the ring. He then became a world champion which elevated his stature in sports to such heights that he became a global celebrity.

Tyson married Robin Givens who was a model and an actress. From the start, their relationship was as rocky as the mountains in Colorado, and they weren’t shy about getting involved in scandalous publicity stunts. Tyson claimed that he caught Givens cheating on him with Brad Pitt. Robin denied the affair, but she and Brad Pitt did date briefly. 

Samuel L. Jackson and LaTanya Richardson ()

For some reason, we feel deep appreciation and respect every time we see a picture of Samuel L. Jackson. A true master of his art form, a badass, and a versatile actor, Jackson has been married for five decades to the ageless, LaTanya Richardson.

Richardson and Jackson first met when they were in college. The two got along easily and this is probably the main reason why they are still married to this day. 

Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden ()

When a politician and an actress get married, it often leads to disaster. Let’s face it, their worlds are far too different. However, this was not the case with the love story between famed actress Jane Fronda and political activist Tom Hayden. 

They proved to everybody that anything is possible with love. Although they still ended with a divorce, they withstood the Hollywood curse by staying strong for 17 years. 

Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman ()

Another legend on our list is the funny man and outstanding actor, Danny DeVito. As mentioned before, ten years of marriage in Hollywood is considered an eternity. However, DeVito and his wife, Rhea Perlman, proved all the doubters wrong.

Their married life might not be as perfect as the one Wayne Gretzky and Janet Jones seem to enjoy. Indeed, DeVito and Perlman have admitted to having their fair share of misunderstandings, but after 30 years, they are still together. At 76, DeVito is still going strong, with no sign of him stopping soon. 

Carrie Fisher and Paul Simon ()

Carrie Fisher, or Princess Leia from Star Wars, was once married to the one half of music duo Simon and Garfunkel, Paul Simon. After a year of marriage, they called it quits but continued dating on and off for ten more years.

In her memoir, she stated that her substance abuse and mental issues were two of the major factors behind their divorce. Luckily, despite those issues, they remained good friends. Sadly, Fisher passed away in

Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner ()

Before the rise to fame of the Kardashian sisters and all the scandalous noise surrounding the family, Kristen Mary Houghton had a simple life with her first husband, Robert Kardashian. The up-and-coming lawyer was the renowned defense attorney of O.J Simpson and was steadily amassing a fortune.

They had four children during their marriage – Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, and Robert Jr. All of them are self-made millionaires thanks to their reality TV show. Robert Kardashian Senior passed away in due to esophageal cancer. 

Olivia Newton-John and Matt Lattanzi ()

One of the most shocking weddings in the ’80s came when Olivia Newton-John tied the knot with Matt Lattanzi who was 11 years younger than her. While Newton-John was considered a rising star, Lattanzi was struggling with his career.

Like many celebrities, their relationship ended. However, they did last 11 years. They had a daughter named Chloe Rose. Apparently, differences of opinion on spirituality and other interests led to their divorce. They’ve remained friends.

Karen Carpenter and Thomas Burris ()

What can we say about the legendary Karen Carpenter? She was praised for her three-octave contralto vocal range and was graceful playing the drums. Initially, getting married was not in her plans at all. Then she met the charming real estate agent, Thomas Burris.

Carpenter loved Burris so deeply and described him as the perfect man. Due to failing mental illness, however, Carpenter filed for divorce. Unfortunately, she died in , and we haven’t had any update about Burris since then.

Tommy Lee and Heather Locklear ()

Here’s another odd pairing – television sweetheart, Heather Locklear, married the rockstar drummer of Motley Crue, Tommy Lee in Their marriage lasted longer than expected. Even their friends were surprised. 

The couple didn’t have any children, and they eventually separated. Tommy Lee married Baywatch star Pamela Anderson while Locklear married guitarist and songwriter of the band Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora.

Michael Douglas and Diandra Luker ()

Is it just us, or does Michael Douglas seem to have a way with women younger his age? Before marrying Catherine Zeta-Jones, he was once married to an intern named Diandra Luker. Douglas was 32 at the time, while Luker was only 19 when they tied the knot.

The divorce was so costly it ended in a $45 million settlement. Today, Douglas is still married to Zeta-Jones, and it seems certain that he won’t let her go.

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton ()

Having had seven marriages, American actress Elizabeth Taylor must have felt like she would never find “the one.” She called herself the “Queen of falling in love,” and we completely understand why. 

Her first marriage with actor Richard Burton lasted about ten years. They tried to make it work a second time after their divorce, but it didn’t go as planned. Taylor admitted during one of her interviews that she was still in love with Burton, but sad to say, in , he passed away.

Jeff Bridges and Susan Geston ()

Talk about fairy tale endings. They should make a movie out of this as Jeff Bridges and Susan Geston’s story is one for the ages. In the 70s, Jeff Bridges was already a household name. Like Karen Carpenter, Bridges didn’t embrace the idea of getting married. Not until he met North Dakota native, Susan Geston.

Geston was hired as a maid for the film set of Rancho Deluxe. Bridges was captivated by her beauty, and he never looked back. He asked Geston to marry him, and after three decades, their relationship is still as strong as ever.

Bruce Jenner and Linda Thompson ()

Long before she became Caitlyn Marie Jenner, Bruce Jenner was married to Linda Thompson. The Olympic gold medalist married Thompson, and the ceremony was dubbed The Wedding of the Year. For those who aren’t familiar, Thompson was also linked to the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.

The two separated after five years of marriage due to irreconcilable differences. Thompson continued her career, and Bruce Jenner went on to find fame with the Kardashian clan and then transitioned to become Caitlyn Marie Jenner. 

Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley ()

As the inspiration for the song “Uptown Girl,” Billy Joel loved Christie Brinkley deeply. It was reported that Billy Joel spotted Brinkley and made an immediate move by playing the piano just for her. Joel was able to get her attention, and from that point on, they started dating. 

Eventually, they tied the knot in The keyboard man described it as a surreal moment, and he said he was overwhelmed when they got married. Due to his demanding profession and rockstar lifestyle, their union ended after nine years.

Eric Clapton and Pattie Boyd ()

You can tell a man is in love if he’s poured their heart into a song. That is the story behind the union of Eric Clapton and famed model, Pattie Boyd. Clapton revealed that the songs “Layla” and “Wonderful Tonight” were inspired by Boyd. It was not the first time Boyd married a rockstar. She was once married to George Harrison of The Beatles.

Due to substance abuse and infidelity, the couple separated in Clapton went on to become the only three-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Boyd later married Rod Weston.

Dorothy Hamill and Dean Paul Martin ()

Another Olympic gold medalist, Dorothy Hamil had a short-lived marriage with Dean Paul Martin. Her performance during the Olympics captured a lot of hearts, and her killer smile stole Dean Paul Martin’s heart away. 

Due to irreconcilable differences, and Martin not having enough to make ends meet, the couple ended their relationship after two years. Hamill also had past traumas to deal with, and this only added to the pressure.

David Bowie and Angelina Barnett ()

The flamboyant David Robert Jones, better known as Davide Bowie, married Angelina Barnett, and though their union was unusual, it was quite beautiful. It is fully documented that Barnett helped create Bowie&#;s iconic persona. However, their marriage was so strange that everyone was confused at the Bromley registration.

After a decade, they finally decided to split. However, they remained great friends, and to this day, fans are filled with gratitude for Barnett’s contributions to the evolution of the music icon.

Carly Simon and James Taylor ()

Arguably the biggest power couple in the music industry during the 70s, Carly Simon and James Taylor had it all. Both talented and well-respected musicians, they single-handedly dominated the charts. They were made for each other, and their creativity and artistry were once described as magical.

As beautiful and as successful as they were, they couldn’t hold it together forever. The pair divorced after 11 years. Taylor went on to become a six-time Grammy Award winner. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in

Princess Diana and Prince Charles ()

Dubbed the Wedding of The Century, the union between Princess Diana and Prince Charles appeared to be a match made in heaven. The highly-publicized wedding made the history books. Whether they were from the UK or not, everybody was glued to their TV screens for the wedding.

Even the royal wedding wasn’t able to succeed against the test of time as numerous reports swirled regarding Prince Charles having an affair with another woman. After a year, Princess Diana died in a tragic and controversial car accident.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver ()

One of the biggest power couples of the late 80s, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver made the headlines. Sadly, they soon started making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Arnold was caught cheating with their housemaid just a few years into their marriage. 

Oddly enough, Maria didn’t leave him straight away. Of course, we’ll never really know what went on behind the scenes, but what we do know is that they didn’t even file for divorce until Then it took a further six years for the divorce to be finalized. 

Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd ()

Lisa Vanderpump was a promising actress when she met the love of her life, Ken Todd, a wealthy businessman. Little is known about Todd, but just by looking at him, you can tell he has a wholesome background. 

The couple didn’t waste time, tying the knot in To this day, they are still going strong. Vanderpump also landed a reality show named after her which is called Vanderpump Rules.

Lorna Luft and Jake Hooker ()

When Jake Hooker – one of the co-writers of the song “I Love Rock & Roll” – married Lorna Luft, a lot were suspicious about it. For those who aren’t familiar, Luft is the daughter of prominent actress Judy Garland and is also Liza Minnelli’s half-sister.

Although people were doubtful about Hooker at first, he did pay his dues. However, his rockstar career didn’t blend well with marriage. The couple decided to split up in , and Hooker went on to have a stable career as producer and manager in Los Angeles.

Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown ()

While quite a few of the relationships on this list ended in a scandalous or nasty divorce, here we have a wholesome illustration of a Hollywood marriage that withstood the test of time. Beloved actors Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown showed the world that long-lasting love is possible, even in the celebrity world.

When the two met on the set of The Thorn Birds, they instantly clicked. After two weeks, they had already tied the knot. To the surprise of everyone, this quick-fire romance lasted. Indeed, they are still married today. Talk about love at first sight! They should make a movie out of this.

Suzi Quatro and Len Tuckey ()

We understand if these two names don&#;t ring a bell. Despite starting her career in the US, Suzi Quatro gained most of her fame in the UK and Australia. She was a pioneer for women who wanted to venture into Rock and Roll culture.

Quatro tied the knot with her lead guitarist, Len Tuckey, in They had two kids – Laura and Richard. The reason behind their split is still a mystery, but according to close acquaintances, they remained friends after their divorce.


Photos vintage celebrity wedding

celebrity avaFor celebrities, wedding is not just a family occasion but a public event, sometimes even a show created to gain as much attention as possible. Some of the celebrity weddings are broadcasted on tv and have thousands of guests. But most of celeb weddings that occurred in ss are too far away from us to get a lot of visuals. Still, we have some rare photos of those happy occasions. Would you like to see young Elvis Presley with his bride or Elizabeth Taylor with her husbands-to-be (which she had 7!) or Elton John marrying a woman?


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Wallis Simpson and Edward, Prince of Wales, Edward VIII was the King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Empire, and Emperor of India (but only for about a year).




Nat King Cole and Maria Hawkins Ellington, Nat King Cole was an American jazz pianist and vocalist and Maria Hawkins Ellington was an American jazz singer.




Elizabeth Taylor and Conrad Hilton, Elizabeth Taylor was a famous British-American actress and Conrad Hilton Jr. was an American hotel heir and businessman, son of Conrad Hilton (founder of Hilton Hotels).




Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner was an American actress and singer and Frank Sinatra was a legendary American singer, actor, and producer.




Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Wilding, Elizabeth Taylor was a famous British-American actress and Michael Wilding was an English stage, television, and film actor.




Brigitte Bardot and Roger Vadim, Brigitte Bardot was a French actress, singer, dancer, and model and Roger Vadim was a French screenwriter, film director and producer.




Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy, The 35th President and First Lady of the United States.




Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer, Audrey Hepburn was a British actress, model, and dancer and Mel Ferrer was an American actor and film producer.




Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco, Grace Kelly was an American film actress and Prince Rainier was the ruling monarch of Monaco for 56 years.




Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds was an American actress, singer, and businesswoman and Eddie Fisher was an American singer and actor.




Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner is an American actor of stage, screen, and television and Natalie Wood was an American actress.




Sammy Davis Jr. and May Britt, Sammy Davis Jr. was an American singer, musician, dancer, actor, vaudevillian, and comedian and May Britt is a Swedish and Hollywood actress.




Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor was a famous British-American actress and Richard Burton was a Welsh actor.




Jane Fonda and Roger Vadim, Jane Fonda is an American actress, writer, producer, fitness guru, and former fashion model and Roger Vadim was a French screenwriter, film director and producer.




Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, Mia Farrow is an American actress and former fashion model and Frank Sinatra was a legendary American singer, actor, and producer.




George Harrison and Patti Boyd, George Harrison was an English musician, singer-songwriter, music and film producer, lead guitarist of The Beatles and Patti Boyd is an English model and photographer.




Angela King and Eric Burdon, Eric Burdon is an English singer-songwriter and actor, vocalist of The Animals and War.




Liza Minelli and Peter Allen, Liza Minelli is an American actress and singer and Peter Allen was an Australian-born singer-songwriter, musician, and entertainer.




Priscilla Beaulieu and Elvis Presley, Priscilla Beaulieu is an American actress and business magnate and Elvis Presley is a legendary American singer and actor.




Audrey Hepburn and Andrea Dotti, Audrey Hepburn was a British actress, model, and dancer.




Cilla Black and Bobby Willis, Cilla Black was an English singer, television presenter, actress, and author and Bobby Willis was a British songwriter.




John Lennon and Yoko Ono, John Lennon was an English singer, songwriter, and co-founder of The Beatles and Yoko Ono is a Japanese-American multimedia artist, singer, and songwriter.




Lulu and Maurice Gibb, Lulu is a Scottish singer-songwriter, actress, TV personality, and businesswoman and Maurice Gibb was a British musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, and member of Bee Gees.




Russ Meyer and Edy Williams, Russ Meyer was an American film director, producer, screenwriter, cinematographer, film editor, actor, and photographer and Edy Williams is an American television and film actress.




Mick Jagger and Bianca Jagger, Mick Jagger is an English singer, songwriter, actor, film producer, and member of The Rolling Stones.




Faye Dunaway and Peter Wolf, Faye Dunaway is an American actress and Peter Wolf is an American musician, lead vocalist of the J. Geils Band.




Becky Collins, Becky Collins is a retired American world-class swimmer.




Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler, Julio Iglesias is a Spanish singer and songwriter and Isabel Preysler is a Filipino television host.




Nerys Hughes and Patrick Turley, Nerys Hughesis a Welsh actress.




Chris Squire and Nikki James, Chris Squire was an English musician, singer, songwriter, and member of Yes.




John Peel and Shelagh Gilhooly, John Peel was an English disc jockey, radio presenter, record producer, and journalist.




Diana Darvey and Terry Gittings, Diana Darvey was an English actress, singer, dancer, played in The Benny Hill Show.




Lorna Luft and Jake Hooker, Lorna Luft is an American television, stage and film actress, and singer and Jake Hooker was a musician and guitarist of Arrows.




Aretha Franklin and Glynn Turman, Aretha Franklin was an American singer, songwriter, and pianist and Glynn Turman is an American stage, television, and film actor.




Alana Hamilton and Rod Stewart, Alana Hamilton is an American actress and model and Rod Stewart is a British rock singer and songwriter.




Princess Diana and Prince Charles, Prince Charles is the heir to the British throne and Princess Diana was a member of the British royal family.




Renata Blauel and Elton John, Elton John is an English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer.






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