Celebrity Couples Who Shy Away From the Spotlight

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Celebrity Couples Who Shy Away From the Spotlight

By Whitney Baker

Some celebrity couples flaunt their relationship for the entire world to see, posing for the paparazzi as if they’re at a photo shoot (hello, Kardashian sisters!). Other couples, regardless of whether they’ve just begun dating or have been married for years, choose to hide from the spotlight and stay mum about the details of their love. Below are five Tinseltown two-somes who are keeping their lips sealed when it comes to romance:

1. Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson: After keeping their relationship private for years, the couple finally revealed their romance to Oprah in 2010. More recently, Stewart casually mentioned her “English boyfriend” in an interview for British GQ. Even so, don’t expect too much PDA from this couple – despite their intense love scenes in Twilight’s latest installment.

Related: Rob Pattinson Thinks Kristen Stewart Looks “Amazing” as a Bride

2. Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze, Jr.: Gellar and Prinze first met while filming I Know What You Did Last Summer and have been together for more than a decade. After a two-year hiatus from acting, Gellar is now starring in Ringer on The CW and is learning the ins-and-outs of balancing a career and motherhood. In a recent interview with Self, Gellar calls her daughter Charlotte “my best friend” and says that she values time with her family above all else.

3. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin: The Oscar winner and Coldplay frontman have been married for over eight years, but have been tightlipped about their relationship and are rarely photographed together. That’s not to say that they don’t realize how lucky in love they remain. As Martin recently told CBS Sunday Morning, “From being a loser to going out with an Oscar winner? It’s a giant leap. Let’s face it: It’s like winning the lottery.”

Related: Chris Martin Calls Gwyneth Paltrow His “Beard”

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