7 Millionaires By Marriage

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Millionaires By Marriage

Hollywood has had its share of power couples, such as "Brangelina", "TomKat" and the still-infamous "Bennifer". Yet, an unusual and intriguing set of couples exists among the glitz and glamour of show business: non-celebrities with traditional careers or blue-collar jobs who've tied the knot with uber-rich A-listers. Ever wonder how these fairy-tale couples met? Here's a look at how seven legendary celebs came upon their not-so-famous better halves.
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