Valentine’s Day: Celebrity Weddings and Engagements

It’s a day for love and romance, and many celebrities have chosen to make it even more special by getting married or engaged on this day. From lavish destination weddings to intimate proposals, these celebrity couples made lasting memories on February 14th. Here are some notable Valentine’s Day Celebrity Weddings and Engagements.

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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom: The “I Kissed a Girl” songstress and The Lord of the Rings actor made their love official, getting engaged on Valentine’s Day in 2019. The pair announced their engagement via social media, with Katy and Orlando sharing a photo of themselves with the engagement ring on full display. The pink diamond sparkler is estimated to be worth over $5 million! Since their engagement, Katy and Orlando welcomed their first child together. Their daughter Daisy was born on August 26, 2020.

Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault: On February 14, 2009, actress Salma Hayek and French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault tied the knot in a private courthouse civil ceremony. They later had a lavish wedding in Venice, Italy two months later. The wedding took place at the Palazzo Grassi, a historic palace that is now a contemporary art museum. The couple got engaged in March 2007, but they called off their engagement in July of that year. They reconciled and ultimately got married in 2009. Some notable guests at their Valentine’s Day Celebrity Wedding were Penelope Cruz, Charlize Theron, and Edward Norton. The bride wore a stunning Balenciaga wedding gown designed by Nicolas Ghesquière. The wedding was a beautiful celebration of their love and commitment! Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault have remained happily married ever since. The two have a daughter, Valentina, who is now 15 years old.

Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid: The When Harry Met Sally actress and The Parent Trap actor met in 1987 while on the set of the movie Innerspace. They didn’t start dating until the following year when they co-starred in D.O.A. They married on February 14, 1991. While their marriage did not last, they divorced 10 years later. The two have a son, Jack, now 30 years old and an actor.

Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart: Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart, two Hollywood icons, have been a couple since 2002. After more than a decade of dating, the two became engaged on Valentine’s Day in 2009. They married the following year. Ford and Flockhart met at the Golden Globe Awards in 2002 and immediately hit it off. Despite their 22-year age difference, the couple found love and have been together ever since. They share a love for aviation, with Ford being an experienced pilot and Flockhart having a passion for flying. The engagement surprised many, as the couple had been notoriously private about their relationship. Flockhart adopted a son, Liam, a year before she and Ford started dating. Ford later adopted him.

Tommy Lee and Brittany Furlan: The Mötley Crüe drummer and actress/comedian/internet star met on social media back in 2017 and quickly became an item. They were engaged on Valentine’s Day 2018 (he proposed with a gorgeous heart-shaped diamond ring, how apropos!) and exactly one year later tied the knot on February 14, 2019. This is Furlan’s first marriage and rocker Tommy Lee was married thrice before – to Elaine Starchuk, Heather Locklear, and Pamela Anderson.

Simone Biles and Jonathan Owens: Olympic Gold medal gymnast Simone Biles and Houston Texans player Jonathan Owens got engaged on Valentine’s Day 2022. The two met via the dating app Raya in March 2020. They went Instagram official in October 2020 with Simone posting a pic of them clearly smitten with each other. While it’s not clear when their nuptials will take place, Simone allegedly has her wedding dress picked out and no doubt will be a gorgeous bride!

These couples made lasting memories on February 14th by getting engaged or tying the knot. Valentine’s Day is a special day for many people, but for these celebrities, it holds an even greater significance.

Happy Valentine’s Day!!

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