Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the stars who found love, suffered heartbreak or experienced some other major event in their love lives this month, starting with our favorite former Hollywood power couple: On Feb. 15, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux announced that they'd separated in late 2017 after two and a half years of alleged marriage (more on that to come) — and after nearly seven years as a couple. They called the decision to end their relationship "mutual" and "lovingly made" in a joint statement that arrived on the heels of rampant speculation that they'd called it quits. Several outlets reported that the fact that they rarely spent time together — Jen prefers life in Los Angeles while Justin favors New York City — caused the rift in their marriage, which might never have been legal. On Feb. 17, TMZ reported that the duo may never have been officially married. The webloid was unable to find any record of a marriage license for Jen and Justin in Los Angeles County going as far back as 2010. According to their sources, the couple did not obtain a confidential marriage license, nor have they contacted any high-profile divorce lawyers about ending their marriage. TMZ added that according to its Aniston insiders, who have been in contact with the actress for years, there has been chatter for a while now that she and Justin were never legally married. Regardless, it does appear as though the former couple are truly headed toward an amicable split. Meanwhile, the breakup news has dragged Jen's other ex, Brad Pitt, back into the headlines. The Blast reported on Feb. 15 that the former couple have "been in touch" lately but that there's "nothing going on" romantically between them. According to the report, Brad and Jen have spoken several times over the past few months but never about their respective relationships. As for whether or not the former Hollywood golden couple could ever reconcile, a source told the webloid that "something crazy could happen" — but not "at this point." Now keep reading for more of the biggest celeb love life stories of the month…
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Amy Schumer and chef Chris Fischer, who were first linked in November 2017, tied the knot in Malibu on Feb. 13, just two days after they made their Instagram debut as a couple. Jennifer Lawrence, Jake Gyllenhaal, Larry David and David Spade were on hand during the uber-private nuptials, which were officiate by a comedian.
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Idris Elba proposed to Sabrina Dhowre during a screening of "Yardie," a crime drama he directed, in London on Feb. 10. The 45-year-old actor-director and the 29-year-old former Miss Vancouver reportedly started dating in early 2017 after meeting near the Canadian set of "The Mountain Between Us," in which he starred.
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Saoirse Ronan is reportedly dating Scottish ballet dancer Calum Lowden (pictured in 2011), a rising star of the Royal Swedish Ballet whom she met through mutual friends. "It's early days and they have been keeping things low-key, but there was no mistaking the spark between them," a source told The Sun as part of a Feb. 19 report. (Calum's brother is "Dunkirk" actor Jack Lowden.)
Kendall Jenner has been dragged into boyfriend Blake Jenner's messy palimony suit with Brynn Cameron, his ex-fiancée and the mother of his two children. According to court documents filed on Feb. 14 and obtained by Us Weekly, the suit states that the basketball star "had no problem trading" Brynn for Kendall and alleges that he "cared more about the glamour of dating a Hollywood celebrity than the day-to-day responsibilities of being a father and family man." A source told the magazine that the model was under the impression that Blake and Brynn were finished when they started seeing each other last year, but Brynn sees it another way. According to the court documents she filed, the mother of two believed that Blake was still trying to make things work with her when he started seeing the reality TV star. "In about August 2017, after humiliating his family by spending a very public weekend with Jenner in the Hamptons when he told Cameron he would be in Oklahoma, Griffin informed Cameron he had no intention of continuing to live with her and their children," read the documents.
John Stamos and Caitlin McHugh, who are currently expecting their first child, tied the knot in Los Angeles on Feb. 3. The duo got engaged during a visit to Disneyland in late 2017.
Camila Cabello is dating writer Matthew Hussey, Cosmopolitan magazine's love and dating columnist. The duo were caught on camera canoodling on the beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on Feb. 8.
Emily Ratajkowski and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard tied the knot at a courthouse in New York City on Feb. 23 after just weeks of dating. The model-actress revealed the happy news on Instagram with a selfie of herself and her new hubby. Social media star The Fat Jewish was among the guests at the surprise nuptials.
During a Feb. 7 appearance on the "Today" show, John Cena opened up about overcoming a rough patch with his fiancée, Nikki Bella, that was caught on camera as part of the upcoming third season of her E! reality TV show, "Total Bellas." In a preview, Nikki asks John — purportedly of their upcoming nuptials, "So we really wanna call this off?" Said John of the clip, "I think in relationships you have highs and lows, and that was an extreme low. You have two choices: You either jump ship and start a new relationship or move forward and try to work through it. And we're gonna move forward and try to work through it." So are they still altar-bound? "We both have some work to do, and we're genuinely trying our best to work through it, so I'm very happy to say that it's a situation that we're working through," said John, adding that they "haven't yet jumped ship." Concluded the actor-wrestler, "I am determined through thick and thin to find a way to make it work … because I absolutely love this woman."
Sarah Silverman took to Twitter in early February to announce that she and Michael Sheen had called it quits in late 2017 after four years as a couple: "The great @michaelsheen & I consciously uncoupled over Christmas. I mean, not 'over Christmas' – like that wasn't the fight that ended it. No fight. We just live in different countries & it got hard. Felt we should just tell y'all so u stop askin, 'How's Michael/How's Sarah?'" she tweeted on Feb. 5.
Tommy Lee took to Instagram on Valentine's Day to announce that he'd asked Vine star Brittany Furlan to be his wife after less than a year of dating. "Well this certainly beats chocolates! Say hello to future Mrs. Lee 🙈💕 #engaged," he captioned a video showing off Brittany's massive heart-shaped engagement ring.
Us Weekly reported on Feb. 7 that Julie Bowen filed to divorce real estate investor Scott Phillips after 13 years of marriage and three children together. The "Modern Family" star reportedly asked for joint physical and legal custody of their kids. She also requested that the court terminate her ex's right to spousal support. The divorce filing confirms that the duo separated in February 2017.
Lucy Hale is dating Riley Smith, who co-stars on her new The CW show, "Life Sentence." The duo were photographed sharing a kiss as the actress held a single pink rose outside a restaurant in Los Angeles on Valentine's Day.
Rebecca Gayheart filed to divorce Eric Dane on Feb. 16 after 14 years of marriage. According to multiple media outlets, the actress cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. She is reportedly seeking spousal support and joint legal and physical custody of their two daughters.
Toni Braxton finally put to rest speculation that she and Birdman are engaged. "I have an announcement to make. I'm engaged!" the singer said in a promo for the upcoming season of "Braxton Family Values," which hit the Internet on Feb. 17. Rumors that the duo — who were first linked in mid-2016 — had gotten engaged grew stronger in January 2018 when Toni began sporting a massive rock on her ring finger.
Kat Von D took to Instagram on Feb. 21 to reveal that she'd married Prayers rocker Rafael Reyes, who also goes by the name Leafar Seyer. "Today, I married my soul's mate, my mind's twin, my best friend," she captioned a photo of their tattooed hands showing off their wedding bands. "Together in life and in death," she added in Spanish.
Sally Field hilariously tried to set up her son, Sam Greisman, with Olympian Adam Rippon by connecting them on Twitter. On Feb. 16, Sam tweeted a sceengrab of a conversation with his mother in which she encouraged him to "find a way" to date the ice skater, whom she called "insanely pretty." "Just some really helpful advice from my mom on how to deal with my Olympic crush," Sam captioned the image, which Sally then retweeted, tagging Adam in the process. "Sam was mortified. I have to [butt] out now… but I would like to see Adam in the family," the Oscar winner told BuzzFeed, who relayed her message to the Olympian. "Sally! She bold," Adam told BuzzFeed as part of an interview that hit the Internet on Feb. 19. "Sam, your mom — I admire her," he continued. "And I'm sure one day we're going to meet! So thanks, Mom." The following day, Page Six reported that "an Olympic spy" overheard Adam saying that Sam was so embarrassed by his mother's headline-making antics, he sent the Olympian a direct message on Twitter "to apologize for his mom embarrassingly trying to set them up."
The Blast revealed on Valentine's Day that Dakota Meyer secretly filed to divorce Bristol Palin in Texas back in January after less than two years of marriage. The off-and-on couple, who have two daughters together, revealed in June 2016 that they'd secretly tied the knot. (Bristol also has a son, Tripp, with ex Levi Johnston.)
Jodie Sweetin took to Instagram on Valentine's Day to debut her new boyfriend, mental health professional Mescal Wasilewski. "Find someone who you can share this kind of love with… Someone who doesn't just show you they love you one day a year Who isn't afraid to look silly when they tell you they love you Who doesn't judge you for past mistakes, but who wants to build a better future together Who builds you up and never makes you feel small," she wrote in the lengthy caption of a collage of photos of herself and her man holding hands and kissing. The duo have reportedly been dating since at least summer 2017.
Monica Potter and her husband, orthopedic surgeon Daniel Christopher Allison, are divorcing, People magazine reported on Feb. 2. The duo tied the knot in 2007.
January Jones cleared up the rumors that she and Nick Viall are an item. "I'm single," she told "Entertainment Tonight" on Feb. 20. "He's a friend of mine. He's super-sweet," she added of the former star of "The Bachelor," whom she said gives her "lots of inside scoops" on the reality TV franchise, of which she is a known super-fan.
Grace Kelly's grandson, Louis Ducruet — Princess Stephanie's son who's 12th in line to the throne of Monaco — took to Instagram on Feb. 21 to announce that he'd gotten engaged to his college sweetheart and girlfriend of five years, Marie Chevallier. "Let me introduce you the future madame Ducruet ❤️ she said yes and we are now engaged 💍💍 #withlove #engagement #proposal #iloveyou," he captioned a slideshow of images of the proposal. The duo reportedly met while attending school in North Carolina at Western Carolina University.