How Celebrities Celebrated Valentine's Day
Celebrities celebrated Valentine's Day in various ways, from sharing love and joy to making important announcements. Here's how some of them celebrated the day of love:

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Joyous Announcement:
On Valentine's Day, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry shared heartwarming news with the world—they are expecting their second child. Their son Archie will turn two in May 2021. Interestingly, this special announcement aligns with history, as on Valentine's Day in 1984, Princess Diana officially announced that she was expecting her second child, who would later become Prince Harry. A spokesperson for the couple released an official statement, saying, "We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very excited to be expecting their second child." They also shared a touching photo capturing the moment through an iPad screen, showcasing Meghan's growing baby bump.

Jennifer Lopez's Romantic Gesture from Alex Rodriguez:
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, engaged since March 2019, celebrated their love on Instagram. In a video set to Frank Sinatra's "My Funny Valentine," Lopez shared her feelings and displayed a massive bouquet of balloon flowers from her fiancé. In her caption, Lopez expressed her love for Rodriguez and highlighted the significance of February, as it marks the month when they first met on February 1, 2017. "I love you and everything you do for me and with me.... You are my funny Valentine," the singer added.

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik's First Valentine's Day as Parents:
Supermodel Gigi Hadid and singer Zayn Malik celebrated their first Valentine's Day as parents. On February 14, Hadid posted a black-and-white photo on Instagram featuring herself and Malik surrounded by balloons. She wrote, "I love you my Valentine and I love the Valentine we will share forever." Hadid gave birth to their first child, daughter Khaya, in September 2021, and she has openly discussed her home birth experience.

Gwen Stefani's Love-filled Valentine's Day with Blake Shelton:
Engaged couple Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton celebrated Valentine's Day together. Stefani expressed her gratitude on Instagram Stories, writing, "Happy Valentine's Day! Thank you @blakeshelton for loving me." The couple got engaged last year after a five-year relationship.

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' Playful Exchange:
On Valentine's Day, Blake Lively shared a hilarious video of Ryan Reynolds helping her with her hair color. Reynolds reciprocated by posting a funny video of Lively sledding. Reynolds affectionately commented, "My valentine for the rest of my life."

Dolce&Gabbana's Controversial Campaign:
Dolce&Gabbana stirred controversy with a series of videos featuring kissing couples. The campaign, titled "Love is Love," showcases diverse couples, including LGBT representation, inspired by 90s aesthetics. While the brand aimed to celebrate love and support the Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for the LGBT community, the campaign faced criticism from some quarters.
March 19, 2024