How Do Celebrities Celebrate Valentine’s Day?

Ever wondered how celebrity couples actually celebrate Valentine’s Day together? They are always busy but still eager to share to the world how much in love they are. Let’s take a peek into the past at how 5 celebrity couples spent their Valentine’s Day! You might just get some new ideas!

Huang Xiaoming & Angelababy 

Picture from www.ent.rednet.cn

Picture from www.ent.rednet.cn

Envious about Huang Xiaoming and Angelababy’s $31 million extravagant wedding ceremony? Did you know that Huang is always ready to shower his girlfriend with gifts, pampering her like a little princess? Other than the usual roses and chocolate cakes, Huang had prepared many surprises for Angelababy before. In one year, he covered the entire bed and floor with rose petals while she was sleeping at his house in Qingdao, China. On last year’s Valentine’s Day, the two went to Yonghe Temple in Beijing to pray for peace and harmony. This Valentine’s Day, you may want to consider going to a temple with your other half. One good temple to visit is the Yueh Hai Ching Temple (also known as Love Temple) at Raffles Place, where you can pray for happiness and an everlasting relationship.

Christine Fan & Blackie Chen

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A handmade gift is the most meaningful gift you can ever give to someone. On one Valentine’s Day, Christine Fan specially went to learn how to make a cake from her friend who runs a dessert shop. She baked a heart-shaped chocolate cake decorated with strawberries and sprinkled with gold lustre dust for an added sparkle. A chocolate cake was chosen to match her boyfriend’s name “Blackie”. Fan had a lot of fun applying chocolate cream layer by layer. In truth, sweet delicacies are not Chen’s cup of tea, but Fan made the cake in hopes that he would appreciate this act of love. Blackie showered Fan with love by buying her presents such as cupcakes, an iPod Touch and a Louis Vuitton bag for Valentine’s Day.

Lady Gaga & Taylor Kinney

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Picture from Taylor Kinney’s Instagram

Yes, some of you might squeal with cheesiness after hearing this. Lady Gaga got engaged last year after her boyfriend of 4 years, actor Taylor Kinney, proposed to her on Valentine’s Day with a dazzling heart-shaped diamond ring. After Gaga said “Yes!”, the couple proceeded to celebrate their engagement over dinner at her family restaurant, Joanne Trattoria. It seems that proposing on Valentine’s Day is nothing like a bad romance (pun intended), so if your special someone does not mind cheesy surprises, this might just turn out to be the best way for both of you to spend the most momentous Valentine’s Day ever!

Jimmy Lin & Kelly Chen

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Picture from Jimmy Lin’s Weibo

Loving only one person in your lifetime. That is the simple yet very sincere and heartfelt message that Jimmy Lin sent to his wife on Valentine’s Day with a big bouquet of roses from roseonly. Lin wanted to convey the most beautiful commitment of a lifetime to his wife, with roses from roseonly that believes in “One bouquet, in one lifetime, for one person only”. These ultra big roses are specially imported from Ecuador, and have a longer lifespan. Lin’s wife is indeed a lucky lady as these elegant and impressionable roses are one-of-a-kind!

Cameron Diaz & Benji Madden

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Double dates on Valentine’s Day… with your twin! This is exactly how Cameron Diaz and her husband, Benji Madden celebrated their first Valentine’s day after their marriage in January 2015. The couple shared an enjoyable 3-hour dinner date together with Benji’s twin brother, Joel and his wife, Nicole Richie at Giorgio Baldi’s in Santa Monica, California. All four of them seemed to have an unspoken dress code as they turned up for a romantic family bonding time in black. If you have very close siblings or cousins, why not opt for an unconventional double date together? All of you can reminisce about good old times together, with plenty of laughter to top off the night in a harmonious mood of love!