These two dashed off together and got married in 2017. It was a surprise when they announced it on late-night television, especially since they both had been committed to one another until the fall of 2015. After an intense six-month romance, the two tied the knot. Seyfried is best recognized for her role in “Mean Girls,” and Sadoski is best known for his role as Don Keefer in “The Newsroom” and playing in “Life in Pieces.”
Now they have two children and a beautiful life together. We get an occasional peek at it via Instagram. On their third anniversary, Seyfried and Sadoski are pictured smooching with the message, “Happy 3, Tommy.”
Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons
Jesse Plemons broke into show biz as "Breaking Bad’s" bad boy Todd. And you probably recognize Kirsten Dunst by her upside-down kiss with "Spider-Man." Their worlds collided on the set of the FX series "Fargo" in 2015, playing a married couple. Speculation swirled and was seemingly confirmed when Dunst left her boyfriend in 2016.
Two months later, "Us" caught Plemons and Dunst kissing. In 2017, the story was out. "Us" announced the pair’s engagement. And, voila, they welcomed a baby boy the following year, in May 2018. As far as we know, they are still engaged and haven't tied the knot, but who cares?
Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn
Taylor Swift kept her relationship with Joe Alwyn as private as possible. However, it all leaked out after the release of her two new albums. Alwyn collaborated and even contributed music on the piano, so the two were not only romanticly involved but also spiced up one another professionally.
When she opened up with Paul McCartney in a "Rolling Stone" interview and confirmed that the relationship was something she tried to keep private, discussing vividly the frustration of trying to ditch the paparazzi. It’s definitely something to protect. Fast forward six years, and the couple decided to go their separate ways and brought a fairytale romance to an end.
Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale
Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale have been together for a while, since 2012, to be exact. Few know much about their relationship, but people assume they are married. It’s a valid assumption; Cannavale calls Byrne his wife. At an appearance on "The Late Show," Cannavale had to face the awkward question, “Why?”
He told James Corden it’s because he hasn’t found a better word. Neither “girlfriend” nor “partner” appeal. We have, however, seen them together. In "Adult Beginners," they play a married couple, and they also share the screen in "Annie and Spy." Lately, they’ve been taking full advantage of isolation, hunkering down with the kids.
Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz
For Javier Bardem, it’s all about “protecting us.” As such, we have few relationships revealed from the couple, and those that exist are mostly found in their onscreen love affairs. After ten years of marriage and having met in the early nineties, they’ve kept their private life sealed.
In a rare display of affection, in an acceptance speech at Cannes for the best actor award, Bardem gushed, “I share this joy with my friend, my companion, my love: Penélope: I owe you a lot, and I love you so much.” They are still going strong and are considered one of the more stable couples in Hollywood.