5. Zoe Saldana & Marco Perego
Actress Zoe Saldana and painter Marco Perego took only three months to go from dating to getting hitched in London. In 2014, the happy couple welcomed twin sons Bowie and Cy, and in January 2017, little brother Zen was born. Zoe and Marco plan to raise their children to be bilingual.
The next couple managed to top the previous two in terms of marriage.
4. Lamar Odom & Khloé Kardashian
Former basketball star Lamar Odom and personality Khloé Kardashian met each other at a party and were married a month later. Things got very rocky for the two, and they split up in 2013. Their divorce became final in 2016. While they didn’t have kids, the two did adopt a pet boxer during their time together.
3. Kobe & Vanessa Bryant
Since 2001, Kobe Bryant has been married to Vanessa Laine, and the two have weathered some major storms in their relationship. Bryant’s parents were displeased at their son for marrying someone who wasn’t black, which led to the basketball star not speaking to them for a number of years. The 2003 sexual assault case nearly tore the couple apart, but they managed to stay together through it all. In December 2016, they welcomed their third child into the family.
2. Adam Housley & Tamera Mowry
While vacationing in Venice, Italy back in January 2011, Fox News correspondent Adam Housley proposed to talk show host Tamera Mowry, who he dated for six years prior to the moment. When she said “Yes,” they didn’t waste any time getting married with their ceremony taking place four months later. The happily married couple have three kids together.
The last couple have the power of the force by their side.
1. George Lucas & Mellody Hobson
Iconic director George Lucas met his wife Mellody Hobson, who is the current Chair of the Board of Directors of DreamWorks Animation, back in 2006, and the two couldn’t keep their hands off each other. In June 2013, the two got married on Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch. Two months after their marriage, they welcomed their first child Everest Hobson Lucas, who was brought into the world through a gestational carrier.