Forgotten Beautiful Wives Of Celebrities

Hollywood celebrities have a hard time finding long-term relationships. For example, Mickey Rooney and Larry King had eight marriages, while Richard Pryor had seven. However, some celebrities can maintain their relationships for a long time.

When work and life schedules are all over, it takes a particular compromise. You’ll need a fierce, smart, and supportive spouse to stick by an A-lister. So, who are these women who support their husbands? Read on to learn about the stunning wives these celebrities had that you didn’t know about.

Channing Tatum – Jenna Dewan

Jeena Dewan is an American Actress and dancer who was born in 1980. Jenna Dewan began her dance career as a backup dancer for famous artists Janet Jackson and Missy Elliot. In “Step Up,” she made her film debut as the leading lady. That’s where she met and fell in love with Channing Tatum. They married in Malibu in 2009. Marseille, their daughter, was born in England the following year, in 2013.

The dancing lovebirds continue to perform. Jenna starred in the television show Supergirl, while Channing appeared in films such as Caesar, The Hateful Eight, and Hail. Jeena also served a recurring role on FOX medical drama named ‘The Resident.’ She got her education from the University of Southern California. Later, they divorced in 2019, and Jenna got engaged in 2019 to Steve Kazee.

Johnny Depp – Amber Heard

Amber Laura Heard is an American Television actress and a film actor. Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s short-lived marriage, which lasted from 2015 to 2017, was made public after she accused Depp of domestic abuse and filed for divorce.

Depp paid $7 million in the divorce settlement because she had posted pictures of the alleged abuse on social media and because there was no prenuptial agreement. From 1993 to 1985, Depp was married to Lori Allison, and from 1986 to 2012, he had five different partners. He has two children with Vanessa Paradise, a French musician, actress, and model, Lily-Rose Depp and John Christopher Depp ll. Trials are still going on in courts regarding the Amber heard case.