Couples like Jay Z & Beyonce, and Prince William & Kate Middleton have established themselves as modern icons. But what about the long-lasting icons? Couples like John & Yoko defined what it was to be a truly iconic pair. Read on to see who made the list!
John and Yoko's "Bed-in" protesting the Vietnam War in 1969.
Author F. Scott Fitzgerald, his wife Zelda and their daughter Frances "Scottie" at Christmas in 1925.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton at their first wedding in 1964.
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, of 'Bonnie & Clyde' infamy, on the road in 1933.
Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson at home, mid-1940s.
Famed Mexican artist Frida Kahlo with husband muralist Diego Rivera, early-1930s.
Sonny and Cher in their heyday, mid-1970s.
Landmark LGBT author Gertrude Stein with life-long partner Alice B. Toklas, 1944.
JFK preparing to go sailing with Jackie in Hyannis Port, 1955.
Eva and Juan Perón, First Lady and President of Argentina, 1940s.
Johnny Cash on stage with wife June Carter, 1975.
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