In an age where it feels like the breakups far outnumber the makeups, we’re happy to see love is still out here conquering…especially amongst the millenials!
Not only are these Insta-famous couples funny, relatable and stylish…they serve as inspiration that true love is worth waiting for and preserving. They don’t shy away from sharing the rough times, which makes the good times even sweeter. From raising children to becoming first-time homeowners, we’re thankful to have these inspirational millennial couples to look to as the blueprint.
Khadeen and Devale Ellis
Khadeen and Devalle Ellis' popularity online has steadily been growing, but their relatability hasn't changed with fame. The vloggers and parents of three are famous for showing the realities of millennial marriage and parenthood while adding a dash of humor. Recently, they launched a relationship podcast titled "Dead Ass
" which is as real and New York as it gets.
Massy Arias and Stefan Williams
A couple that gets fit together, stays together! At least that's the motto for Massy Arias and Stefan Williams. The two fitness influencers/personal trainers often post videos of themselves doing couple-friendly workouts together. The cherry on top is their too-cute-for-words daughter Indi
, who is a gorgeous combination of her parents.
IG: @massy.arias and @willy_beamen
Adrienne and J. Muse
Janeeka Muse (who rose to fame for her viral portrait of Michelle Obama in 2016) and wife Adrienne Muse might be the most artistically talented couple on the web. The married painters have seen their fair share of hard times, including homelessness and criticism from their families for being in a same-sex marriage. But it was their love that helped them perservere. J. and Adrienne's work has been showcased at our very own ESSENCE Festival!
Ashley and Bryan Chea
Ashley and Bryan, the couple behind the popular IG account Watermelon Egg Rolls'
, are still on our favorite couples' list. Devoted parents of three girls, the couple often shares precious family moments while discussing their experience as an interracial and interfaith couple.
IG: @Watermelon Egg Rolls'
Alex Elle and Ryan Spear
Poet Alex Elle and her husband Ryan Spear keep the love inspiration flowing to our feeds. They started dating while living on opposite sides of the country, and eventually the universe brought them together. The couple, who recently celebrated three years of marriage, just purchased a new home and will soon welcome their third child.
R. H. Sin and Samantha Holmes
This author couple captures the language of love like nobody else. But they walk it just as well as they talk it. The couple wed in 2017 and just welcomed their first child this month. The love and admiration they share not only for one another, but the mutual respect they have for each other as writers, is truly inspiring.
Francis Garner and Kerry Robinson
What we love about this military couple is not only their fun relationship, but their daughters' spunky personalities. The garners will often share fun videos featuring their daughter Jayde Kamille
(who we're obsessed with) and her one-year-old sister Avery. Its a full-on family affair!
Nicole and Jamie Perkins
Their joint account @jamieandniks
have been family goals to us for years now. The couple tied the knot four years ago, have since become parents to two adorable daughters. Their photos immediately spark "joy" and make parenthood look so cool.
Brandi Sellerz and Jon Jackson
Doula Brandi Sellerz and her Grammy-nominated songwriter hubby Jon are doing family life on their own terms, and we're 100% here for it. The husband and wife team use their IG presence to promote holistic wellness, self-care and their experience raising carefree black children.
Khat and Frank Brim
Meet one of the flyest couples on Instagram. Khat Brim (also the founder of Hair Are Us) and her husband Frank are black love personified. Not only are these newlyweds homies, lovers and friends...they have impeccable style! We live for their weekly fashion posts, but love the fact that they aren't afraid to post up in durag and bonnet
when its been that kind of day. Work, y'all!