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Most Beloved On-Screen Couples And Where They Are Now

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Who doesn’t love a TV series or a movie that keeps you glued to the screens? We would undoubtedly give thumbs up to addictive storylines, dazzling costumes, stunning sets, and iconic roles. Still, one thing that sets any TV show or movie apart from the rest is the relationship chemistry that keeps us hooked up.

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Though these on-screen couples’ stories will remain the same and evergreen, time takes a toll on all of us. These beloved on-screen couples are no exception, as time has drawn wrinkles on their faces. But the romance and chemistry they created never faded away, and we are still so in love with them that we can rewatch their shows and movies a million times.

Here is the list of most beloved on-screen couples who had us drooling over their chemistry on-screen.

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Anna Scott and William Thacker, Notting Hill

Anna Scott and William Thacker, Notting Hill

The rom-com Notting Hill released in June 1999, was a massive hit, making $364 million on the box office worldwide. We became captivated by the love story of a Hollywood superstar Anna Scott and a travel bookshop owner Will Thacker in Notting Hill. Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant played the characters. The beloved on-screen couple had us believing in true love.

Twenty-two years on since the smashing film’s release, though the couple is not together in real life, they look delighted in their own lives. They have aged, but their fandom also increased over the years. Both Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant appeared in many other films together. The Woody Allen Collection, Final Cut, and many more, but fans still remember the romance and rank them as their favorite TV couple.

Ross And Rachel, Friends

Ross And Rachel, Friends

Ross and Rachel had many problems on the TV show “Friends,” but it was clear from the start that they would end up together. Their relationship on-screen soured over the years, and the directors left tiny hints along the way that were pointing towards their romantic interest. In one way or another, they stayed connected and chose each other despite hiccups. They got along so well that people think they were the best couple in the famous TV series.

Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer’s magical duo live their lives to the fullest but are not together. Signs of aging are evident from their faces. However, they look astonishing with all those glorious marks. Thanks to their lovely chemistry and many other characters in the show that made “Friends” one of the best TV shows worldwide.

Jesse and Becky, Full House

Jesse and Becky, Full House

Everyone loved Lori Loughlin and John Stamos, famously known as Aunt Becky and Uncle Jesse, for their role in the ABC sitcom “Full House.” If anyone could turn the playboy heartthrob into a family man, it was going to be Becky. The moment he serenaded her, we were sold on their charming relationship.

Due to their oozing chemistry, fans wanted them together off-screen. Though they didn’t hit it off in reality, they are great friends. Despite being married to other people and having kids, they have maintained an excellent friendship over the years.

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