Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell stand out in Hollywood as a couple who defy the stereotype of short-lived celebrity relationships.

Despite their enduring bond spanning many years, they’ve opted not to marry, believing it unnecessary for their commitment.

“We have done just perfectly without marrying. I already feel devoted, and isn’t that what marriage is supposed to do?” Goldie shared with Woman’s Day in 2007.

Their journey began on the set of “The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band” in 1966, where initially, there was no romantic spark due to their age gap—Goldie was 21 and Kurt was still a teenager.

Years later, during “Swing Shift,” their connection ignited. Kurt famously complimented Goldie’s figure, setting off a chain of events that led to their deep relationship.

Despite each having children from previous marriages, they’ve built a strong family unit, now including six grandchildren who affectionately call them Gogo and Gogi.

Goldie and Kurt’s decision not to marry, which Goldie once called “ridiculous” in a 1986 interview with Cosmopolitan Magazine, hasn’t hindered their happiness.

Their bond is evident in their public displays of affection and shared family moments, like their celebration on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Kurt’s constant admiration of Goldie continues to charm, exemplifying their enduring love story, which many admire as a Hollywood ideal.