Okay, sure, the *name* “Yoko Ono” is famous, but it’s hard to call the woman behind it ‘famous’ when she’s best known for breaking up a band, rather than her own career. In reality, the controversial Ono was a performance and conceptual artist who created alongside her definitely-famous husband, John Lennon.
While their relationship ended with Lennon’s untimely death in 1980, Ono never remarried. Despite what the critics say, these two were certainly in love, and their musician son carries on their story today.
Taylor Lautner and Taylor Dome
It's fair to say that Taylor Dome is living every 2010 teenage girl's dream. Dome is a nurse and part-time social media influencer, and the pair got engaged in 2021.
So, how did Dome become the second Taylor Lautner in the family? Apparently, Lautner's sister called him and told him, "Dude, I found your future wife. You need to meet this girl." You've got to hand it to her, she clearly knows her brother!
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan
Mark Zuckerberg might not be a traditional 'celebrity,' but he's certainly a household name. Zuckerberg met his wife when they were both attending Harvard in the early 2000s; they bumped into each other at a frat party.
Chan is a licensed pediatrician but mostly works alongside her husband as a philanthropist. The Zuckerbergs are expecting their third daughter in 2023, which is a pretty fun 20-year anniversary present if you ask us.
Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins
Alright, while Rhett is definitely the bigger name here, we get that Akins isn't just a regular store clerk herself. But it's also fair to say that Akins probably wouldn't have found as much success as she did without the help of her husband.
Plus, the two started dating in high school and reconnected in college. By that time, Rhett had already made a name for himself while Akins was still under the radar.
Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland
While Snow has been gracing our screens since the late '90s, her husband, real estate developer Tyler Stanaland, only recently entered the public eye on the reality show, "Selling the OC." The two met in 2018 after Stanaland sent Snow an Instagram DM with a cheesy pick-up line (seriously, we challenge you to write a more modern-day love story).
The two were inseparable since and married in 2020. Sadly, in 2022, the pair used the same platform that started their relationship to announce that it had reached an end.