These 5 celebrities all say they’re a romantic and when it comes to falling in love, they want it to be passionate and deep. Explaining that they love unforgettable romantic moments that belong on the big screen and say they are amazed by how deeply in love they can fall with the right person, these 5 stars all love the idea of romance and are only too thrilled when a romantic moment happens to them, or they set one up for the person they’re crazy about.
Bradley believes in a deep love: “I consider myself to be a romantic. I love the company of a great woman. I think a relationship works best when both partners have a certain ease in the way they relate to each other and there’s a level of harmony that goes beyond just physical attraction. There’s nothing better when you’re able to share that kind of closeness.”
Chris loves spontaneous romance: “I am a romantic. I’ve had great nights before where just some wonderfully romantic night happens spontaneously, unpredictably. And the next day you try to tell your friends and it just doesn’t cut it. I hope everyone has those experiences where — whether it’s a date that lasted all night or a date that lasted 5 seconds at a train station — moments that were so personal and so special, it was hard to explain to somebody else.”
Gwyneth is both romantic and realistic when it comes to falling in love: “I am a great romantic – but I also think you can be a romantic and a realist. Life is complicated and long and I know people that I respect and admire and look up to who have had extra-marital affairs.”
Justin has a romantic side and loves to treat women right: “I’m not going to lie, I am [a romantic]. It’s fun to be young, fall in love and be in love. My mom taught me how to treat a woman right, so I enjoy taking a girl out and doing nice things for her. Everyone deserves to feel like they are the most special person in the world.”
Kylie says she falls in love hard and enjoys being romantic: “I’m a romantic and I love it, and when it happens I can definitely fall hard. You’re in a spin arranging everything else so you can see that person. But it’s not so much the picture frame with the perfect couple.”