I was reading Lainey Gossip this morning at breakfast, as one does, and one of her posts got me thinking--who does have the perfect celebrity relationship?
The impetus for her question were the polar opposite pairings of Jamie Foxx/Katie Holmes and Taylor Swift/Tom Hiddleston. Swiftleston is all up in our faces--traveling the world together, publicly greeting each other's parents, wearing "I heart *this person*" T-shirts. If Swoki were your friends, you'd be giving at least one of them a get-a-grip chat by now.
Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes are the exact opposite. Their relationship has never been confirmed. They go out separate doors when they dine together. Yes, I understand her skittishness after her ex-husband jumped on a couch for her, but there has to be a happy medium between grand professions of love (sad!) and total denial.
So, who has that happy medium?
My first thought was John Krasinkski and Emily Blunt. Friends of mine once saw them at the airport together and reported that Bluntski seemed nice and normal. They do. They're together. They don't avoid being photographed together, but they're not on SM constantly reaffirming their love. But they're married with two kids, so the secret's out. Maybe we should just stick to dating couples.
In that case, I'm going to suggest Brad Falchuk and Gwyneth Paltrow. She spent her entire marriage jumping out of the frame whenever someone tried to get a shot of her and her ex-husband together. Now, either she's over the drama or she's dating a guy who simply doesn't mind taking a casual picture with her. They don't make their relationship a big deal. They go to event together. Sometimes they pop up in the other's Instagram. It doesn't feel fragile or staged. It feels, dare I say, real.
Who do you think has the perfect celebrity relationship?
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