It's true that opposites attract! This idea has been proven to work not only for a fling but also for serious and long-term partnerships by these legendary lovebirds. While it's crucial for two people in a relationship to share similar ideals, who says they have to be the same race or ethnicity?
The term "ordinary" is fast becoming obsolete. It may be applied to anything, including fashion, lifestyle, and...marriage. People of many ethnicities, faiths, and skin colors are increasingly choosing to be a part of each other's life.
We've decided to highlight some of the most colorful celebrity love stories where love knows no color.
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan
When they were both students at Harvard, one of the world's youngest self-made millionaires and co-founder of Facebook met his future wife, and neither of them knew what the future held for them. In 2012, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan married in their garden, and they now have two daughters, Max (born in 2015) and August (born in 2016). (born in 2017)
Doutzen Kroes and Sunnery James
She's a top model and a Victoria's Secret Angel, and he's a huge DJ, so the fact that these two finally met and married in 2010 wasn't by chance. Phyllon Joy Gorre and Myllena Mae Gorre, the progeny of this union, are genuinely genetically fortunate.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
Musician and actor John Legend and model Chrissy Teigen are another couple who could compete for the prestigious Bond prize. Their love story isn't perfect, but it demonstrates that overcoming obstacles may lead to happiness. Legend's song "All of Me," which he dedicated to his wife, exemplified this brilliantly. The pair has been married for ten years and has a daughter, Luna (born in 2016), as well as another child on the way.
Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves
Some speculated that Matthew McConaughey, now a loving husband and father of three, would never settle down and start a family. However, meeting Camila Alves in 2006 changed everything, and the couple has now been blissfully married for 12 years, producing three adorable children: sons Levi and Livingston, and daughter Vida.
Josh Holloway and Yessica Kumala
Josh Holloway is most known for his role on Lost as con artist James "Sawyer" Ford. Yessica Kumala, an Indonesian woman of Chinese origin, and I blissfully married on October 1, 2004 after a long relationship period. Java Kumala (born 2009) and Hunter Lee (born 2010) are the couple's two children (born 2014)
Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower
Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower have been married since 1997 and have two Oscars between them. Their meeting's story is living proof that fairy tales do exist. She used to work as a waitress at a restaurant where her future husband used to eat. The funniest part, as she revealed, was that she didn't recognize him at first and even dismissed him as being unpleasant. Elliot (born in 1998) and Helen Grace (born in 1998) are the couple's children (born in 2011 via surrogate).
Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn
Some people see Woody Allen's marriage to Soon-Yi Previn to be controversial and unpleasant. She was the adopted daughter of Mia Farrow, whom he was seeing at the time, before becoming his wife. Woody later stated that he had not intended this romance to evolve into anything serious. Despite Mia Farrow making public a series of sexual assault and molestation incidents involving Previn, the couple married in Venice on December 23, 1997, and adopted two children, Bechet and Manzie.
George Lucas and Mellody Hobson
At a business meeting, American director and producer George Lucas, well known as the creator of the epic Star Wars series and the Indiana Jones franchise, met businesswoman Mellody Hobson. They married on June 22, 2013, after a seven-year relationship. Everest Hobson Lucas, the couple's surrogate daughter, is four years old.
Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian
Last year was a big year for Alexis Ohanian, a computer entrepreneur, and Serena Williams, a tennis legend: they welcomed their first child, Alexis Olympia, and married. This whirlwind affair began in Rome in May 2015, just before the Italian Open's first match. Serena tried to get him to go by telling him there was a rat nearby, but Alexis took it with a smile, which undoubtedly kindled a flame. Serena uploaded their first selfie and made their romance official in November 2016, after keeping quiet throughout 2015.
How did you meet your other half, by the way? Was it love at first sight, or perhaps...at second? Tell us about your experiences in the comments section below.
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