Our Favourite TV Couples

Couples

Some of the greatest love stories of all time come from the fictional characters in our favourite TV shows.  From Springfield’s Homer and Marge to Tree Hill’s Nathan and Haley, here are our favourite couples that are the ultimate in fictitious #relationshipgoals.

Rory and Jess, Gilmore Girls

Here in the One4all HQ, we’re team Jess and we’re not afraid to admit it.

Ross and Rachel, Friends

Couples that can overcome being on a ‘break’ are simply meant to be.

Luke and Lorelai, Gilmore Girls

He saw through her mile-a-minute banter and she loved him for his gruff façade (and for serving the best coffee for her caffeine addiction) – Luke and Lorelai are the epitome of the best friend/partner romance; they’re there for each other through everything and accept one another for exactly who they are.

Monica and Chandler, Friends

Could Monica and Chandler be any better together?

Nathan and Hayley, One Tree Hill

A #23 tattoo, a high school marriage, and an adorable Jamie Scott – Tree Hill’s Naley are the ultimate in true love goals.

Homer and Marge, The Simpsons

Homer and Marge have faced death scares, a zombie apocalypse, dreams of divorcing each other, escapes from cults, parenting class, and more – but remain madly in love and completely devoted to each other.

Carrie Bradshaw and Mr Big, Sex And The City

In the words of the oh-so stylish Carrie ‘In a city of infinite options, sometimes there’s no better feeling than knowing you only have one’ - despite their ups and down, Carrie and Mr Big are a perfect match.

Buffy Summers and Angel, Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Buffy and Angel’s relationship shouldn’t work – she’s a vampire slayer, he’s a vampire – but their romance is one we can’t get enough of.

Who’s your favourite TV couple?

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