How Celebrities Are Celebrating Thanksgiving This Year
Unsurprisingly, there are a LOT of throwback pictures this year. This year, Thanksgiving (like, well, everything else about life) has to look a little—or, in some cases, a lot—different than what we're all used to. That also goes for celebrities, who are doing what the rest of us are doing: Trying to find ways to modify their favorite traditions to celebrate the holiday safely and responsibly amid a global pandemic. Even though 2020 has been, in many ways, the dumpster fire of a year to end all dumpster fire years, there's still plenty to be thankful for and, since that's at the heart of what the holiday people all over the United States are celebrating today, it's worth all of the modifying and downsizing and social distancing that has to be done to still rally to engaged in our annual giving thanks traditions. From Katie Holmes, who is thinking back on her Thanksgiving-y classic Pieces of April to Friends legend Jennifer Aniston, who is celebrating the occasion the best way possible—with her dog—to Reese Witherspoon, who actually kicked off her celebration a day early by stealthily sneaking an early bite of pie, here's a look how celebrities are marking Thanksgiving 2020.
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10 Celebrity Couples Who Are High School Sweethearts
Teenage dream comes true! Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins, Stephen Curry and Ayesha Curry and more celebrity couples were first linked in high school. The country music star met Akins when they were in grade school in Georgia. By sixth grade, the twosome were best friends. Fast forward to high school and things turned romantic between them. “I always got the feeling that he still liked me the way he liked me way back at church camp in the sixth grade, but I also felt like he gave mixed signals about what he wanted to do about it,” Akins wrote about their high school romance in her in 2020 memoir, Live in Love. While their relationship hit a roadblock when they were teenagers, they got back together after college and tied the knot in October 2012. “We dated once when we were 15, and it didn’t work out. We dated for like six months,” Rhett told Taste of Country ahead of their nuptials. “We remained best friends even after we broke up. We both dated other people for like five years. When I heard that she had ended her other relationship … I moved in for the kill. We kissed, and that was it.” Stephen and Ayesha are another celebrity couple who bonded through their faith as teens. “I wasn’t allowed to date in high school,” Ayesha told Parents Magazine about meeting the future NBA star when she was 14. “We always laugh that we were both focused on God.” The athlete added, “I always had my eye on her, but I got a little shaken, for sure.” After years as friends, the twosome started dating in their early 20s. “I was 23; she was 22. But I knew I had found the right woman and I wanted to start a life with her,” Stephen said. Scroll through for more high school sweethearts: