President Seretse Khama and his Lady Ruth Williams had one of the most iconic romances that were also incredibly controversial in the twentieth century. It was so well known that it even became a movie called The United Kingdom. The African prince and his western partner were not loved by the media, and they had to grow their relationship slowly and steadily.
She received backlash in the streets of London when walking with her partner, and people boo-ed their relationship. Despite this, the two got married and remained in love until Seretse passed away in 1980.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen both grew up in the entertainment industry and were well sought after for their many talents. John Legend's buttery voice makes all the girls' hearts melt, while Chrissy exudes confidence in everything that she does.
Despite the negative comments they got from people for dating because of their mixed race since Chrissy is part Asian while John is black, they continued their relationship and even had children! Chrissy now makes fun videos on Youtube of her cooking shows with her beautiful family.
Bill de Blasio and Chirlane McCray
Chirlane McCray told the public in an interview in the 70s that she was identified as being gay until she met McCray and her mind changed. She met the love of her life, who was also an aide to the deputy mayor of New York while she was a budding writer.
McCray loved a strong woman, and Chirlane was a determined feminist who spoke her mind. They went together like peas in a pod.
Josephine Baker and Jean Lion
Josephine Baker and Jean Lion sound like a pair from a romance movie. The two lived a life similar to a movie, and they had starkly different careers in life. Jean Lion was of French descent and heir to a wealthy fortune. His partner Josephine later became a French citizen and naturalized into a citizen after marrying Jean.
She loved animals, including cheetahs, and even worked as a spy at some point. The two were a strange pair and only lasted for three years.
Alfre Woodard and Roderick Spencer
The love affair of Alfre Woodard And Roderick Spencer wasn't initially accepted by the public, and there was drama pouring down on them from all sides. Even in the 80s, interracial marriages were still not accepted, but they dated for a few years before eloping in 1983.
Alfre is a reputable actress and she has many awards for her superb acting. Rodrick is currently a writer, so it's no surprise that the two hit it off so well. With a shared background in acting and writing, Alfre and Roderick were made for each other.