It’s not what Prince Harry says as much as what he does. He divulged his adoration of Meghan at their wedding when he delicately arranged the Duchess’ hair, brushing it from her face. Everyone noticed and the gesture went viral. At an annual charity awards ceremony, Prince Harry broke down in tears talking about Meghan’s pregnancy with Archie.
He said, speaking to the U.K. awards ceremony, “Last year, when my wife and I attended, we knew we were expecting our first child—no one else did at the time, but we did,” and then he teared up, it was an emotional moment.
George Clooney is a known wife guy. He dotes on Amal all the time. When he did an interview with “GQ,” Clooney talked about how much he admires his wife. That day, as he was sitting down for the Q&A, Amal Clooney was taking a stand against the Brexit deal.
He said, “Like, today she’s in the middle of a sort of standing up against the British government, [submitting a letter of resignation as U.K.’s special envoy] you know, deciding that they’re gonna break international law. So she had to retire as the envoy.”
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have been married since the ‘80s, so long ago most just think of it as a decade from ancient times. They met on the sitcom that launched the budding actor’s career, “Bosom Buddies.” The two hitched for real in 1988 which means they have been married for over three decades.
People ask him how they did it. According to the Gump master, “We learned the secret of happiness with each other a long time ago and that’s always telling the truth.” Adding, “And she makes me laugh harder now than she did in 1986.” Amazing.
More than your average celebrity wife guy, Justin Bieber gushes over his beautiful wife Hailey. “Life has never made more sense until you became my wife,” is one of his Instagram dotes on her. On her 25th birthday, he showered that praise as well as showing devotion with, “My lips belong to you” and “You are my forever.”
Days after her birthday, the pop music phenom wrote, next to a photoshoot of images of his supermodel wife, “How r u real and why did you decide I was worthy to be your husband I’m shook everyday love u baby.”
Twenty-five years after Hugh Jackman married his fellow Aussie actress wife Deborra-Lee Furness, he swooned, “From nearly the moment we met… I knew our destiny was to be together. In our 25 years, our love has only grown deeper—the fun, excitement, and adventure more exhilarating; the learning even greater.
I’m forever grateful to share our love, our life—and, our family together. We’ve only just begun. Deb, I love you with all my heart.” He doesn’t shy away from PDAs either. At the 2012 Tony Awards podium, Jackman poured loving words over her and then proved it with a long kiss. Sadly, though they did have one of the longest-running marriages in the entertainment industry, the two announced a separation in 2023.