Famous Twin Flame Couples
- Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn. Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn were supposed to do their first movie together, but Spencer went to Florida to do another film. This scheduling problem meant he would not be in the film with Kate, but through divine intervention the cameras became swarmed with bugs so badly you could not see the actors through the lens, and filming was cancelled. This brought him back to California enabling him to be in the first of 9 films he made with Hepburn. Together they made movie magic for their audiences, which was their soul gift to the world, and their love affair lasted until his death and beyond.
- Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson. Wallis Simpson was divorced with 2 living ex-husbands, which was unacceptable for a King of England. In order to marry the woman he loved, Edward abdicated the throne. His brother George became King, and the couple married 6 months later and remained together. Their story is one of the greatest examples that if you truly love someone you should be willing to give up anything to be with them.
- Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. Both were married when they met, but their connection could not be denied. June Carter stood her ground and Johnny Cash changed his ways because he did not want to live without the woman he loved. They touched the world with their love story, and their music, and both live on after their passing.
- John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Regardless of what people’s personal opinions are about the couple, it is hard to deny the love they shared. They spoke out together for peace, and to make the world a better place. Songs such as Give Peace a Chance, Imagine and So This is Christmas are part of the legacy they created to convey the messages they felt were near and dear to their hearts and souls.
- Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman. Joanne and Paul were one of the early movie star couples that left Hollywood to raise their family out of the limelight. They created scholarships and generously donated to numerous charities through their lives. The company, Newman’s Own, gives their profits to charities. They were married for 50 years, until Mr. Newman’s death. They are known not just as Hollywood royalty, but for their generosity to those less fortunate.
- David Bowie and Iman. This couple has always made helping others a part of their lives, both as a couple and independently. From chairing charity events, to generously donating money and their time, these two have helped people all over the world. They worked with numerous organization to help with HIV research, world hunger, and children’s causes.
- George Burns and Gracie Allen. Gracie met George and confused him with his partner, and asked him to form a comedy team. George played along, and finally admitted his real identity. Gracie was engaged to another man, yet George kept a ring in his pocket, determined to win her over. It took him four years, but he did. They went on to become one of Hollywood’s most beloved comedy teams and married couples. Gracie Allen died on august 27th, 1964. George Burns visited his wife’s grave monthly, and often spoke of how he wanted to live to be 100 but how he also looked forward to death, because on that day he would be with Gracie again in heaven.
- Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier. Grace and Prince Rainier’s first meeting did not give them much time alone at all, because they were surrounded by the press. For a long time they kept in contact by letter, and the Prince confided his feelings for her to his Chaplain. The chaplain wrote a secret letter to Grace detailing the Prince’s true feelings. When Grace responded that she would meet with the Prince when she returned to Europe, the priest organized a tour to bring the prince to America , where they would spend some time with friends of the priest, the Austins. It was the Christmas holidays and Divine intervention stepped in because the Kellys were also holiday guests of the Austins. After a week of spending a joyous time together, the Prince proposed to Grace on New Years Eve. The couple went to various charity events together, and the princess dedicated much of her time to numerous charitable organizations, she opened a hospital and an orphanage. Together they created the Princess Grace Foundation.
- Pierre and Marie Curie. Pierre and Marie Curie discovered radium and polonium in 1898. Together the couple received the Nobel prize in 1903 for physics for the discovery of radioactivity. The couple was always very supportive of one another’s work. When Pierre died after being stuck by a car, Marie poured herself into her work until the day she died, being the first person and only woman to win the Nobel prize twice. During World War I, she developed mobile radiography units to provide X-ray services to field hospitals.
- Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Victoria was supposed to marry her cousin, Prince Ernst, but instead fell in love with his younger brother, Albert. Being of higher rank, she is the one who had to propose the marriage. This overwhelming love shared by a queen and her prince would change British culture forever. Victoria and Albert contributed vast sums of money to support the Arts. The giving of an engagement ring first began under Victoria and Albert. Albert introduced the German tradition of the Christmas tree, as well as other favorite holiday traditions, into British culture. As consort to the Queen of England, Albert developed a reputation for supporting many public causes, such as educational reform and the worldwide abolition of slavery. He died in 1861, after giving Victoria nine children, and she remained devoted to ‘our dear Albert’ until her death in 1901.
These twin flame couples not only devoted their lives to one another, but also provided something to world for which they will be long remembered. Their love for each other will endure, as will their patronage and philanthropy to make the world a better place.