Celebrities Who Got Married Secretly

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

Credit: @Ashton and Mila fanpage

 

Mila’s and Ashton’s love story is almost too good to be true, it is like Ross and Rachel from Friends who got married in real life. The mega-stars met on the set of the hit TV show, That ‘70s Show (after Mila lied to the producers about her age to get the part). After working together for 8 years, and after Ashton separated from his then-wife of six years, Demi Moore, Ashton and Mila started dating in early 2012. The happy couple dated for two years until they announced their engagement in 2014. Well, we say announced, but really Mila Kunis just showed up with her huge engagement ring to The Late Late Show With James Corden. If that’s not enough, later that year, Mila gave birth to their first daughter, Wyatt. The two figured out that since they were engaged and had a child, they might as well get married. And they did, at least we think they did. Their wedding was so top secret, that there are no real details about the event even today, 3 years later. That didn’t stop the lovely couple from bringing another child to this world, as Mila gave birth to their son Dimitri Portwood, in late 2016.

Beyoncé and Jay Z

Credit: @Jetmag.com

With a net worth of 1.16 BILLION dollars and 43 Grammy awards between the two of them, it’s no secret that Beyoncé and Jay Z are probably the strongest celebrity couple alive today. While they’re ultra-famous, the power couple keeps their private life as private as they can. There are no real details on their 2008 secret wedding at Jay-Z’s TriBeCa apartment, nor for their 2016 vows renewal during the On the Run Tour in Europe. 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, Queen Bee ended her performance of “Love on Top” with a pregnancy announcement. The news was so huge, it made the MTV Video Music Awards the most-watched broadcast in MTV history, reaching 12.4 million viewers! If that’s not enough, Google later revealed that “Beyonce pregnant” was the most Googled term of the entire week following the announcement. And the announcement Twitter boom was listed in Guinness World Records for “most tweets per second recorded for a single event” on Twitter, receiving 8,868 tweets per second! HOW CRAZY IS THAT?

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