Many celebrities use Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to execute over-the-top gestures and send sweet messages to their partners.
Keith Urban shared a photo of him and Nicole Kidman at Dollywood in Tennessee.
Reese Witherspoon showed a relatable “Instagram vs. Reality” with her Valentine, her husband Jim Toth.
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Valentine’s Day, for many people, conjures images of roses, chocolates, and heart-shaped cards. But when you’re a celebrity with millions of followers, one of the most popular methods of showing love is sharing a sweet message on social media.
From Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban to Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas, here are celebrities who have shown their affection this Valentine’s Day.
Hilary Duff celebrated an early Valentine’s Day with her husband Matthew Koma.
“Daddy is home!!! We omakased and got a whole 16 hours together and now he’s off again,” the actress wrote about Koma, who she married in December 2019.
Hugh Jackman pieced together a custom puzzle of a photo of him and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness.
The Australian actor met Furness while shooting the show “Correlli,” and the pair tied the knot in 1996. They share two children.
Nicole Kidman called Keith Urban, “My Valentine forever.”
The couple has been married since 2006, and they share two children.
Urban celebrated Valentine’s Day with a photo of him and Kidman at Dollywood in Tennessee.
“HAPPY VALENTINES DAY,” the country singer wrote, adding a heart, fire, and kiss emoji.
Ashley Benson gave Cara Delevingne a “kiss with a cause.”
The “Spring Breakers” actress wrote, “This Valentine’s Day when you share a photo of you and a loved one — a significant other, a friend, a pet …read more
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