THE LESS PUBLIC THE BETTER?

02:18 Elijah Ogidi-Olu 0 Comments

First of all, I really don't know the number of article criticism or "Hey Stupid!" calls or mails I'm gonna be getting after posting this but I just need one of two like minded reader to share the opinion that the less public you keep your relationship, the longer it lasts. Some might start to think "Only guys who wants to cheat would want the private stuffs, but trust me the privacy you have at abundance is what sometimes, celebrities pay thousands of dollars to get. They know how important privacy is and they also didn't cherish it when they had it since it's no news that most of them worked their socks off to get into the spotlight. But sometimes, they would stop at nothing to get that precious feeling back.


That said, divorce in marriages can't really be tagged as anybody's fault 'cos I believe it's always a combined effort at failure but I just want to make a quick random pickings of the best kept under the radar celebrity marriages, and almost all are still intact as at the time of this post.


Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s wedding in June 2005 when she was expecting their first child, Violet, in a private Turks and Caicos ceremony.


In 2010, only a month after announcing their engagement, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr had an undercover wedding at an undisclosed location. The couple separated in 2013.

Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig secretly wed in 2011 with only their children and two friends to witness.
 
Ryan Reynolds also secretly married his second wife, Blake Lively, in a September 2012 ceremony. This time, he swapped Vancouver for South Carolina, though.

In 2010, a very pregnant Alicia Keys wed Swizz Beatz in a secret wedding ceremony.

Despite their 11-year age difference, Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey secretly got hitched in 2008 in the Caribbean after only six weeks of dating. They now have twins together, Moroccan and Monroe.

And to cap it all off, Beyoncé Knowles and Jay Z pulled off a secret wedding in April 2008 with only close friends and family at their NYC home.

Some may now want to agree that less public is better, probably might even keep the marriage longer.
Let's hear your thoughts in the comment section below.


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