Sometimes the model couples that people look up to are the ones they see onscreen. TV characters who portray love in the realest way possible speak to viewers, making them an inspiration to real-life couples. If you and your partner are looking for some inspo, check out this roundup of TV couples who embody #relationshipgoals.
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Sometimes the model couples that people look up to are the ones they see onscreen. TV characters who portray love in the realest way possible speak to viewers, making them an inspiration to real-life couples. If you and your partner are looking for some inspo, check out this roundup of TV couples who embody #relationshipgoals: 1. Monica and Chandler of “Friends”
Warner TV’s “Friends” has gone down in history as an iconic TV show and one of the reasons why it is still relevant until this day is Monica and Chandler’s relationship. The couple only got together after four seasons and since then, they got through relationship hurdles, including the difficulty of conceiving their own child.
2. Mary, Queen of Scots and Francis II of “Reign”
The historical romantic drama that airs on Blue Ant Entertainment continue to make viewers swoon. But one stand-out couple is Mary, Queen of Scots and Francis II of France. As a young married couple, both show that loving each other means presenting a united front as monarchs, while working together behind closed doors to keep their marriage alive. 3. Connor and Oliver of “How To Get Away With Murder”
“How To Get Away With Murder” that airs on Sony TV is a perfect combination of legal drama and mystery, but it also gives us more reasons to root for great couples. Case in point is Connor and Oliver’s relationship that give viewers a ‘kilig’ feeling. But beyond the chemistry, Connor and Oliver teach viewers that love is all about sticking together and accepting each other’s flaws. 4. Patty and Marlon of “Playhouse”
ABS-CBN’s newest daytime offering presents a story of second chances in the lives of Patty and Marlon whose marriage will lead to a breakup. When they are forced to raise their orphaned godson, the possibility of getting back together presents itself. What viewers will like most about TV’s newest couple is how they show that love is a choice.
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