100 Most Beautiful Couples of All-Time

The Most Beautiful Couples of All-Time Part 1

To make it onto this list, couples had to meet certain criteria: they had to be married or have been married, or have been together for at least five years as a couple (if not married). When dealing with the glamorous and famous, establishing ground rules is necessary, as these individuals aren’t known for their fidelity in long-term commitments.

Each couple on this list met these criteria, and both partners had to be public figures in their own right. We made sure to prioritize genuine physical beauty in our selections, recognizing the superficial aspects of life.

Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner – Few couples epitomized sensational beauty as profoundly as these two. Their initial marriage in the late 1950s was followed by a divorce in the early 1960s, only for them to reunite nearly a decade later, realizing the depth and longevity of their love.

They remarried on a boat in the early 1970s. Wood’s untimely death on Thanksgiving Day in 1981, during a boating excursion, marked the end of her 23-year journey through three marriages, two of which were with actor Robert Wagner. The sheer perfection captured in their wedding day photos alone speaks volumes. Wood enjoyed a successful career in film from childhood through adulthood, earning three Academy Award nominations. Wagner also had a prolific career in television and film.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt – Combining the striking features of these two individuals into one couple creates a powerhouse of beauty. Not only did they have biological children together, but they also generously adopted children in need. Their marriage endured longer than many in Hollywood, but unfortunately, it too came to an end.

Julie Christie and Warren Beatty – Beatty’s dating history includes numerous beautiful women, making it almost possible to list him with a plethora of other lovely ladies. Among his notable conquests were Leslie Caron, Natalie Wood, and Joan Collins, all of whom were stunning.

However, Julie Christie stands out as she spent more time with Beatty than any of these other women and is regarded as one of the most beautiful women to ever appear on screen. Although they never married, they shared about seven years together as a couple. One can only wonder what children they might have had.

Francis Dee and Joel McCrea – To truly appreciate this couple, you need to journey back in time. And that’s exactly what we did. For avid movie enthusiasts, this pair not only resonates but epitomizes beauty.

McCrea and Dee shared many years of marriage, spending almost a lifetime together, all without a hint of scandal. Among the classic movie stars, none were more visually harmonious than these two. McCrea possessed a striking presence, while Dee exuded a timeless elegance on screen. They departed from Hollywood long ago, perhaps a pivotal factor in the longevity of their union, lasting until their final days.

Angie Harmon and Jason Sehorn – After 13 years of marriage, they parted ways. Both possess striking features and bear a striking resemblance to each other. I once caught a glimpse of her in the locker room of a spa in Los Angeles, where she looked stunning even without makeup. That’s the mark of a truly beautiful woman. Initially, many believed their relationship was genuine. But as they say, “There’s no business like show business.”

Cindy Crawford and Richard Gere – Although their marriage was short-lived, it showcased two unforgettable faces. Crawford appears timeless, seemingly defying the aging process. Her second husband, Gere, possesses a rugged handsomeness that transcends conventional notions of beauty.

While his features may not be flawlessly symmetrical, he exudes charm and allure. Crawford, on the other hand, is widely regarded as one of the most stunning women in history. I’ve had the privilege of seeing her in Malibu on several occasions, and she consistently emanates physical perfection.

Katharine Ross and Sam Elliott – Their voices, their smiles, and the enduring years of their marriage make them stand out. Ross and Elliott embody the essence of old-school hippies.

Katharine Ross possesses a beauty that is truly unmatched. Even with a rugged beard and a readiness for the great outdoors, Elliott exudes charm and attractiveness. Their union has lasted for over four decades, a testament to their enduring love and commitment.

Jane Asher and Paul McCartney – During the Beatles’ heyday, Asher and McCartney shared a relationship that lasted 5 1/2 years. McCartney poured his heart into crafting some of his finest love songs for and about her. Yet, their love story wasn’t without its challenges, inspiring McCartney to pen songs expressing both love and frustration. Classics like “We Can Work It Out,” “For No One,” and “I’m Looking Through You” showcased McCartney’s songwriting prowess.

Additionally, heartfelt compositions such as “And I Love Her,” “Things We Said Today,” and “All My Loving” were dedicated to the stunning Asher, who served as McCartney’s most significant muse of the rock era. Asher’s intelligence and strength were evident, as she refused to compromise her career for love, even with a Beatle by her side. McCartney’s desire for her to abandon her career added tension to their relationship. “Here, There and Everywhere,” arguably one of the most influential love songs of the rock era, vividly portrays the depth of their love. With its haunting beauty, this song exemplifies the power of love expressed through music.

Angie Dickinson and Burt Bacharach – During the 1960s, Dickinson and Bacharach formed a power couple that navigated their way through a long-term relationship. Both were striking individuals, and together, their combined presence was even more captivating.

Bacharach’s remarkable success as a composer in the 20th century is unparalleled. Just imagine having ownership of his extensive catalog of work. Meanwhile, Dickinson, renowned for her beauty, enjoyed a prosperous career in both film and television. Her portrayal of Pepper Anderson in “Police Woman” served as a role model for countless young women coming of age in the 1970s.

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