Many celebrities use Valentine's Day as an opportunity to execute over-the-top gestures and send sweet messages to their partners.
Keith Urban shared a photo of him and Nicole Kidman at Dollywood in Tennessee.
Reese Witherspoon showed a relatable "Instagram vs. Reality" with her Valentine, her husband Jim Toth.
Valentine's Day, for many people, conjures images of roses, chocolates, and heart-shaped cards. But when you're a celebrity with millions of followers, one of the most popular methods of showing love is sharing a sweet message on social media.
Hilary Duff celebrated an early Valentine's Day with her husband Matthew Koma.
"Daddy is home!!! We omakased and got a whole 16 hours together and now he's off again," the actress wrote about Koma, who she married in December 2019.
Hugh Jackman pieced together a custom puzzle of a photo of him and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness.
The Australian actor met Furness while shooting the show "Correlli," and the pair tied the knot in 1996. They share two children.
Nicole Kidman called Keith Urban, "My Valentine forever."
The couple has been married since 2006, and they share two children.
Urban celebrated Valentine's Day with a photo of him and Kidman at Dollywood in Tennessee.
"HAPPY VALENTINES DAY," the country singer wrote, adding a heart, fire, and kiss emoji.
Ashley Benson gave Cara Delevingne a "kiss with a cause."
The "Spring Breakers" actress wrote, "This Valentine's Day when you share a photo of you and a loved one — a significant other, a friend, a pet — you can also raise awareness and help create a future with more survivors thanks to su2c Kiss Cancer Goodbye campaign."
Reese Witherspoon exposed "Instagram vs. Reality" with her Valentine, Jim Toth.
The "Legally Blonde" actress shared a photo of the couple from the 2020 Golden Globes along with a picture of them bundled up in casual clothes.
She wrote, "Me and My Valentine! Instagram vs. Reality," with a red heart.
Devon Windsor reminisced on her St. Barts wedding with her husband Johnny Barbara.
The model wrote, "Sending love from my forever Valentine and myself! Wishing everyone around the world, a day, and year, filled with spreading love to one another!"
Michelle Obama tweeted a photo of her three Valentines: Barack, Malia, and Sasha.
—Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) February 14, 2020
The former first lady wrote, "Happy Valentine's Day, my loves. You make even the coldest days feel warm."
Barack celebrated the holiday with a photo of himself dancing with Michelle.
—Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 14, 2020
"Happy Valentine's Day to my forever dance partner," Barack wrote on Twitter.
Julia Roberts called her husband Daniel Moder "the light of my life."
The "Eat Pray Love" actress married Moder in 2002, and the couple shares three children.
Joe Jonas posted a photo of his wife, Sophie Turner, along with a simple black heart.
This year marks the couple's first Valentine's Day as a married couple following their two weddings in 2019: one at a chapel in Las Vegas and another at a chateau in France.
While he shared the photo of Turner to Instagram, the Jonas Brothers musician hasn't provided further details after multiple sources told news outlets that the "Game of Thrones" actress is reportedly pregnant with their first child.
Gisele Bündchen shared a close-up with her husband, Tom Brady.
The supermodel has been married to the New England Patriots star since 2009, and the pair shares two children.
Randall Park shared a photograph with his wife, Jae W. Suh Park.
The "Always Be My Maybe" actor married the "Friends From College" actress in 2008.
Violetta Komyshan wished a happy Valentine's Day to her high school sweetheart, Ansel Elgort.
The ballerina wrote, "Happy Valentine's Day to my other half" with a kissy face emoji. The pair have been together since meeting in high school, and they frequently share photos of each other on Instagram.
Mark Ruffalo posed for a mirror selfie with his wife, Sunrise Coigney.
—Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) February 14, 2020
The actors have been married since 2000 and share three children.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and her husband Michael Douglas kissed for the camera.
The actress called her husband of 20 years, "My forever Valentine." Zeta-Jones and Douglas share two children.
Justin Timberlake posted an old photo of himself and Jessica Biel.
"Throwback to our first year together. It ain't hard to tell from my face!!! When you know, you know. I love you, my funny Valentine. Every day the 14th!!! Happy Love Day, y'all!!" the singer wrote.
Courteney Cox chose a black and white photo of her and Johnny McDaid.
"My one. Happy Valentine's Day," Cox wrote. The actress has been in and out of her relationship with the Snow Patrol musician since 2014.
Jenna Dewan said she was "the luckiest girl alive" to be with her boyfriend Steve Kazee.
The dancer wrote, "You flew into my life like a rocket, lit it up beyond what i could've expected or imagined, and every day i am in awe over the love, care and nurture you show me, Evie and everyone around you. I've told you a thousand times and I'll tell you again..Thank you for finding me i am the luckiest girl alive."
Also celebrating the occasion, the actor and musician shared his own black and white photo.
Dua Lipa shared a series of photos of her boyfriend Anwar Hadid.
The singer wrote, "pls touch wiv ur eyes only. this one is mine. Happy V day lovers."
Hadid posted the same photo and said, "My valentine!! SALLLLY V the GIRL from my DREAMS."
The couple reportedly met through supermodel Gigi Hadid in June 2019 and began seeing each other.
Dwyane Wade posted a photo of himself on stage with his wife Gabrielle Union.
The couple exchanged vows in 2014.
Union also showed her affection for her partner.
"Close your eyes, hold my hand, I gotchu. Happy Valentine's Day," the actress wrote.
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