Living the tumultuous life of a celebrity can sometimes leave little room for true love. The highs and lows of fame, not knowing who to trust, and the time commitment of their careers can make it hard for celebrities to find and commit the lasting relationships. Although it is nice to find your person early in life, this doesn’t always happen for everyone. Even though society tells us that we must follow a certain roadmap to romantic endeavors, some people defy those odds and life on their own terms. These people also include celebs, who took an alternative route by focusing on their careers first, or having been unlucky in love in their youth. Many celebs that you know and love have finally found their special someone, after years of living without love, or having to maneuver through bad relationships and heart ache. To learn more about these stars who are now enjoying their relationships, check out these 7 celebrities who found their love later in life.
Julianne Moore and Bart Freundlich
Julianne Moore was originally married to John Rublin, but divorced him in 1995. She eventually dated and ended up marrying director Bart Feundlich.“When I read the script for [The Myth of Fingerprints], I met Bart Freundlich. I loved it, and I loved his story,” Julianne said. “But I never, ever, ever in my life imagined that making that movie would give me the personal life that I always dreamed of.”
Tamra Barney and Eddie Judge
Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Barney had a public end to her marriage with Simon Barney. She then married Eddie Judge and have been together for several years now. “You are my forever babe. I love you SO much,” Barney said of Eddie on Instagram.
John Molner and Katie Couric
After a heroic battle with colon cancer, Katie Couric lost her husband in 1998 to the disease after nine years of marriage. She lucked up at another chance at love with her second husband John. “I feel really lucky because he’s funny and kind and really smart and great company,” Katie said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “You know, you forget how important it is just to enjoy being with the person.”