Celebrity relationships always seem like they’re over before they start, but for some women who look outside the world of entertainment it appears that long-lasting love becomes a possibility. Is that the key to finding love in Hollywood, or is it easier to date someone in the biz since they may be able to better understand the pressures of the industry? Cupid takes a look at a few relationships between celebrity women and “normal” men:
Scarlett Johansson + Romain Dauriac:
Scarlett Johansson has only been dating French creative agency manager Romain Dauriac since November, but whether she’s dating a star or a non-celeb, ScarJo doesn’t seem to stay single for too long. She was married to Ryan Reynolds for two years, quickly rebounded with Sean Penn, dated advertising executive Nate Naylor for about a year and then quickly moved on to her current beau just one month after her break up with Naylor. Considering Johansson’s fame, the new couple appear to be trying to keep their relationship as normal as possible.
Tina Fey + Jeff Richmond:
Tina Fey met Jeff Richmond in Chicago when he was a composer, while she was trying to make it big with the Second City improv group. According to UsMagazine.com, the key to this long-lasting relationship is to “never stop having fun.” The couple has been married for more than eleven years and has two daughters.
Drew Barrymore + Will Kopelman:
Before meeting art consultanKristen Wiig! However, this shouldn’t bother Barrymore as she’s now not only newly married to Kopelman, but gave birth to the couple’s first child, Olive Barrymore Kopelman last September., the actress was in a serious, five-year with The Strokes’ drummer Fabrizio Moretti — who is now dating Barrymore’s close friend
Meryl Streep + Don Gummer:
Surprisingly, the three-time Academy Award winner has a leading man who is not in the entertainment business. Streep and sculptor Don Gummer have been married for nearly 35 years and have four children together. Keeping their relationship out of the public eye seems to have helped this marriage last.
What do you think? Do relationships between stars and non-celebs last longer? Share your thoughts below.