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Top 50 Best Animated Couples Of All Time
Shivam-Updated Feb 17, 2023
Trust, communication, and consistency are inexpensive ingredients that have turned out to be the most difficult ones to incorporate into relationships across the world today.
So, without trying to come across as either sappy or preachy, we're trying to fetch you some of the finest animated couples that have tried to blend their respective affairs with the aforementioned elements; all while striving to make you smile, laugh, and love.
Many of these pairs, which share a close emotional bond, also thrive on the thrill of their relationships; one that is often wrapped in enigma and uncertainty.
While some of these characters feel like they fit together naturally, a few others make you believe that the goodness of the heart prevails over and above everything else.
Whatever the status of their bond, what we, as neutrals, acknowledge is the fact that the thread that binds them can never break if their love is indeed genuine and their loyalty strong enough to stand the test of time.
50. Peter Parker and Mary Jane (Spider-Man)
Although Peter Parker is known to have had several love interests in his early comic book history, his chemistry with Mary Jane is what has kept a lot many viewers hooked to the many incarnations of Spider-Man.
One of the most popular animated couples of their time, Parker and Jane have been star-crossed lovers and friends for years.
Even though Spider-Man's many adventures may have proven to impede their love angle, the two have continued to remain close to each other's hearts.
From friends to lovers and back again several times, their rather complex relationship has changed drastically over the years.
49. Max and Roxanne (A Goofy Movie)
Trust Max and Roxanne's relationship from A Goofy Movie to take you right back to your romantic high-school memories.
A close-to-perfect reflection of the special bond that we might have shared with our first love, it is a delight to see the popular yet shy Roxanne and the awkward Max coming together in this animated musical comedy-adventure flick.
Even though the relationship between a father and son forms the basis of the screenplay, we have to give it to the makers for having created a genuinely lovable young couple that appeals to teenagers.
48. Mr Incredible and Elastigirl (The Incredibles Franchise Films)
One of the better examples of a superhero family couple, Mr. and Mrs. Incredible takes us on a bombastic adventure after having tied the knot.
While their story is punched with action and drama, what makes it worthwhile is the fact that the two inimitable individuals can be seen sharing an amazing chemistry.
Not only are the superhero husband and wife seen fighting the miscreants together but one truly relishes witnessing them raise their kids and putting up with their many tantrums.
47. Donald and Daisy Duck (The Donald Duck Series of Short Films)
One of our favorite duck couples of all time, or, in fact, maybe the only popular duck couple ever, Donald and Daisy Duck are the ones to root for.
While we feel for poor Daisy who is often left annoyed by Donald's stupid antics, we do believe that the latter, no matter how foolish, does his best to keep us interested.
Anyway, as annoying as Donald might be, we know that both he and Daisy are attracted to and devoted to each other.
And that, my friends, is a reason strong enough to add them to our story.
46. Cinderella and Prince Charming (Cinderella)
While it may be true that Disney did not pay a lot of attention to its princes and princesses back in the day as some felt like they were devoid of strong personalities, yet, we feel that Cinderella and Prince Charming's story is romantic enough to find a spot on our list.
We see Cinderella sneaking out to the ball in her magic dress and magic carriage and stumbling upon Prince Charming there.
Expectedly, they end up falling in love. Soon after the event, the prince is left with no option but to take Cinderella's glass slipper (the one she left behind) and ask every woman in the village to try it on to find out who or where she is.
45. Snow White and The Prince (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
Snow White, who was forced by her stepmother to become a scullery maid, wished to be free from her stepmother's abuse and find love.
While we are all duly aware of the fact that the helpful dwarfs play a huge part in Snow White's life, we can't possibly forget how the Prince goes on to become a significant part of her iconic story as well.
Watch out for the sequence when the Prince, infatuated with Snow White, begins singing to her below her balcony.
Not only does this impress her but it also allows her to come out of her shell and become enamored with the Prince's singing and, ultimately, with his persona.
44. Tarzan and Jane (Tarzan)
Throughout the run time of Tarzan, we see the titular character and Jane striving to be together, come what may.
To ensure that they are not separated, they are willing to go to the extent of sacrificing the things they love; a trait that is missing in the finest of couples today.
While we catch hold of Tarzan risking the lives of his gorilla family for Jane, we see the latter giving up her life in England and deciding to stay with Tarzan in the jungle.
43. Megara and Hercules (Hercules)
Make some noise for the animated screen couple who are even ready to die for each other! While Megara is someone who has refused to fall in love, she can't help but fall for the heroic Hercules.
Even though we see her working for Hades, she finds herself getting weak in her knees, all thanks to Hercules.
Soon after, we see her even dying for him. However, Herc comes to her rescue and offers himself up to Hades in exchange for his dear one's life.
It is this selfless character that ends up providing him his immortality back.
42. Woody and Bo Peep (Toy Story)
When it comes to the longevity and patience involving Disney relationships, Woody and Bo Peep might just end up taking the cake.
While the viewers are introduced to their romance in the first Toy Story movie, they discover that the two still harbor feelings for each other in the fourth installment of the franchise.
Bo Peep, who has always been the numero uno for Woody, knew deep down that he has all the toys' best interests at heart, especially hers.
41. Thomas O’Malley and Duchess (The Aristocats)
If Lady and Tramp can be a part of our much-awaited piece, why can't Thomas and Duchess from The Aristocats?
Essentially a cat version of Lady and the Tramp, this animated romantic musical comedy film introduces us to Thomas; a great cat who is not only good with kittens but also someone who likes to take his love interest, Duchess, to the best of places in Paris.
It is imperative to mention that Thomas was never emotionally connected to any other cat he has had a fling with.
However, he felt an instant connection with Duchess which cannot possibly be described in words. Well, haven't we all been there?
40. Lenny and Carl (The Simpsons)
Since Lenny and Carl are shown to be inseparable in the popular animated sitcom, The Simpsons, one can't help but acknowledge that a lot of hints have been given about them sharing a romantic relationship.
Fans of the show are well and duly aware of the fact that Lenny and Carl being a couple has been a running gag for a long time.
While Lenny can be seen displaying his feelings towards Carl on several occasions, we see the latter trying to subtly, and sometimes not so subtly, play it down.
Be that as it may, many instances have gone on to indicate that the two individuals are super in love.
39. Prince Phillip and Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
Aurora first met Prince Phillip when she was a baby. The two had been betrothed to each other by their parents so that their kingdoms could get peacefully united when they were old enough to be wedded.
However, sixteen years later, we see Phillip getting enchanted by Aurora's singing as she is compelled to stay in the jungle following the notorious curse.
However, eventually, we do catch her getting comfortable in his presence and dancing with him. It is then that she ends up falling for him without being able to figure out that he was her betrothal.
38. Anna and Kristoff (Frozen)
Anna and Kristoff from Disney’s runaway hit Frozen are a couple whose storyline is infused with a decent amount of charm.
At the beginning of their story, we see our protagonist Anna being engaged with a visiting prince, who she happens to be in love with.
However, circumstances compel her to go on a journey with a stranger named Kristoff. A series of well-placed and significant events end up making Kristoff Anna's new love interest.
Needless to say, romance blossoms between the two in due time, and we are shown how they decide to give their relationship a try as the film inches closer to its finale.
37. Hiccup and Astrid (How to Train Your Dragon Film Franchise)
This computer-animated series, which is based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise of films, thrives on the romance between the two young Vikings, Hiccup and Astrid.
While their love story was merely touched upon in the movies, the series adds extra layers to it and uses it as a strength.
What is commendable about their chemistry is that it develops rather naturally without any complex drama injected into it.
Needless to say, having a little bit of heart can help you go a long way in life; just like it helped Hiccup and Astrid in this epic franchise.
36. Elliot and Diane Birch (Big Mouth)
Elliot and Diane Birch, who are parents from Netflix's raunchy series about puberty, can often be seen going way out of their way to make their kids feel special and accepted.
However, we do catch their boy, Nick Birch, trying to get all the advice he can since it is becoming increasingly difficult for him to make peace with the many changes of puberty.
While most parents would not discuss their sex lives in front of their kids, Elliot and Diane are of a different opinion.
Thankfully for the kids, they seem to be growing up in a household full of love and positivity. Props to Nick's parents for doing their best to make him both confident and immune to self-loathing.
35. Beast Boy and Raven (Teen Titans)
The viewers were certain about the fact that Raven liked Beast Boy and it was only about time that we saw the two ending up together.
This award-winning animation series from Cartoon Network focused on a team of teenage superheroes such as Beast Boy, Cyborg, Starfire, and Raven, who were a part of Robin's squad.
Not only did they all learn about friendship, trust, and responsibility together but they also joined forces when it came to fighting evil.
While one couldn't be sure about Raven's feelings towards Beast Boy in the series, it all became transparent when the TV show aired.
34. Ruby and Sapphire (Steven Universe)
The makers of Steven Universe made cartoon history when they decided to portray a sweet lesbian romance between Ruby and Sapphire.
Even though it was pretty clear that the two individuals had very little in common, they still ended up being together for thousands of years.
Yes, you read that right! Needless to mention, the LGBTQ Community took to their long-standing romance positively and acknowledged Cartoon Network for its message of acceptance and inclusion.
33. Sterling Archer and Lana Kane (Archer)
Sterling Archer and Lana Kane, who have broken up and gotten back together several times, are two passionate individuals who find it difficult to quit or be completely involved in a relationship.
Their rocky romance and volcanic chemistry are heightened by the fact that they happen to be two very dysfunctional and needy adults who seem to oscillate between moments of joy and jeopardy a bit too often.
You'd be surprised to know that the show begins with the two not together. Nevertheless, we soon find the couple trying to rekindle their relationship.
However, things only get a tad better after Lana gives birth to a baby.
32. Cleveland Brown and Donna Tubbs (The Cleveland Show)
Cleveland Brown is a gentle and easy-going guy who deserves to be loved by an honest woman. While there is no denying that he cares about his stepchildren, it has to be understood that his hands-off parenting style does not always work.
Those who have seen the show would know that Donna and Cleveland were the best of friends in high school; even though the latter harbored feelings for her.
Years later, when the two end up being together, Donna can be seen being much more patient and understanding towards Cleveland; something that his first wife ceased to be.
Also, she wants Cleveland to be tough enough to take a stand for himself as and when necessary.
31. Brittany and Kevin (Daria)
If you thought that all animated women are smarter than their guys, well, think again. Let's just start by putting it out there that these two characters from Daria might just have the lowest combined I. Q. out of all the cartoon couples here.
But, thanks to more than a few motion pictures, we do know that the dumb jock and the stereotypical rich popular cheerleader are simply meant to be.
That said, we have to appreciate Brittany Taylor and Kevin Thompson for making sure that their chemistry does not remain "casual" for the rest of their days.
While there certainly are issues, we do see the two being possessive about each other and, subsequently, tying the knot.
If that wasn't impressive enough for you, make peace with the fact that the couple is blessed with three girls and two boys. Hmmm.
30. Anastasia and Dimitri (Anastasia)
Don't you think that one of the most important set-ups for a couple is when they start as two strangers and eventually end up falling in love?
The charisma and beauty of their journey then after can be difficult to describe in words. Anastasia follows this very formula to portray the romance between its titular character and Dimitri.
We like it when both Anastasia and Dimitri are seen exchanging sassy remarks with one another. Not only does this show their witty personalities but it also makes them one of the most amusing and comfortable couples on our list.
29. Prince Naveen and Princess Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
Even though Naveen isn't perfect, it is evident that being turned into a frog has made him considerate and humble.
After having warmed up to each other, Naveen and Tiana realize in no time that they might just be the one for each other.
They fall so deeply in love that they are even willing to remain frogs for the rest of their lives if it allows them to be together.
The cherry on the top of the cake is that Naveen tries his best to help Tiana realize her dream of owning a restaurant.
Just like them, we must be with someone who not only supports our career goals but also promises to grow with us in our time of need.
28. Mulan and Shang (Mulan)
The love story of Captain Li Shang, who is a Chinese army captain, is one to seek. The reason we say so is that he stumbles upon his lady love when she is lying about her identity.
Sure, he does fall in love with her eventually, but it has got to do more with her true personality than her undeniable charm.
Mulan is someone who is more than willing to risk her life to save her loving father. Also, she ends up falling for a man who would never wish for her to be a submissive wife.
Watch out for the moment when Shang realizes his true love for Mulan and rushes to her home to find her.
A sequence as romantic as this perfectly justifies why they ended up marrying each other.
27. Peggy and Hank Hill (King of the Hill)
Peggy Hill is an outspoken substitute Spanish teacher who can, sometimes, be a bit too proud and loud for her husband Hank.
However, there is no denying that the latter loves her unconditionally. We say so because not only have we seen Hank tolerating Peggy's ego on numerous occasions but we also see him confronting her for the better when he feels that she is wrong.
That said, their relationship is also marked with jealousy. This is because one can catch Peggy growing jealous of Ladybird.
After all, she believes that Hank probably adores the dog more than her. The lesson here is to not allow things that can make your loved ones jealous or insecure to be a part of your life. Trust, communicate, and contemplate.
26. Wall-E and Eve (Wall-E)
One of the sweetest couples to make it to our list, Wall-E and Eve are two robots who tend to give a lesson or two in love.
We see how Wall-E does everything in his programmed power to get Eve's attention after she ends up bringing him back to the Axiom accidentally.
Even though she ceases to understand emotions, Eve does start feeling sparks between herself and Wall-E. It'd be safe to say that in an age when almost everything has become digital and automated, we see two robots trying to teach us to be more humane and fall in love, albeit with someone who respects our presence in their life.
25. Belle and Prince Adam (Beauty and the Beast)
Those familiar with the classic Beauty and the Beast story know that when Belle first met the Beast, she tried to free her father whom he had previously imprisoned.
Suffice it to say, their story begins with the former despising the latter, and for the right reasons. However, the angry young man, whose alter ego is the Beast, has been wronged and does not know how to show emotions.
But, for a change, he decides to change for his love for Belle. And, while we do not believe that one should change for anyone, we do acknowledge that learning through love can be the most beautiful thing in life if at all you allow the process to materialize.
So, even if you have been cold and distant towards someone, learn from the Beast to rectify your mistakes and pull through in the end.
We say so because those who keep trying despite the odds stacked against them are the only ones who truly succeed at experiencing a genuine love story.
24. Ellie and Carl (Up)
Even though the viewers are exposed to Ellie and Carl's love for a few minutes in Up, they get drawn to their relationship after having witnessed the intimate life that they build together.
Not only do we feel warm seeing them get married but we also share their joy seeing them paint their home and go through various other experiences together.
Before the passing of Ellie, the couple thankfully provides the viewers with a take on a healthy and lasting relationship.
So, all we can hope for our readers is that they also get to experience a life full of love, good chemistry, and adventures with their special one; just like that of Ellie and Carl.
23. Lady and Tramp (Lady and the Tramp)
After having fallen in love with the fancy-free Tramp, Lady gets to learn of his past through a song.
However, how their relationship begins is what makes their bond both endearing and relatable in the first place. Even though the two belong to different social backgrounds, they chance upon each other and start by having small talks.
From their very first meeting, we accompany the two as they embark on a series of adventures filled with companionship and love.
While Tramp was attracted to her beauty, Lady seemed to be fond of the experience she could gain from his company.
Therefore, their love eventually matures and, ultimately, goes through the process of engagement, management, and having adorable puppies.
22. Selina Kyle and Bruce Wayne (Batman: The Animated Series)
Batman's caped crusading and unresolved orphan issues have kept him apprehensive about being too close to people. However, the closest he has ever come to falling in love is when he has been in the company of the magnetic Catwoman.
Just like Romeo and Juliet, their star-crossed relationship has compelled the fans to be in awe of them. So, don't be shocked to find the two participating in social events together when their black masks are off.
That being said, one cannot negate the fact that their relationship also continues to be exciting because they hold opposing views of the law.
Nevertheless, those who have grown up watching the duo will continue to root for them, come what may.
21. Aang and Katara (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
Aang and Katara's relationship has got to be one of the most genuine ones to make it to our list.
The young Avatar is smitten from the very first time he sees the latter.
We see Katara taking her time to love the fun-loving, determined hero. And, by Legend of Korra, the pair end up married with three children.
Even though the couple didn't get to have much screen time, they were seen raising wonderful leaders and benders.
In addition, both Aang and Katara can also be glimpsed saving airbending from the brink of extinction. That said, what makes their relationship so integral to the show is that it is a vital part of Aang's journey.
20. Saddam Hussein and Satan (South Park)
Arguably the most bizarre addition to our list is the pairing of Saddam Hussein and Satan from the popular animated series South Park.
A recurring character in South Park and the main antagonist of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, Hussein gets into an emotionally abusive and manipulative relationship with Satan.
However, the former president and dictator of Iraq has other motives. He continues to be romantically involved with Satan simply because he wishes to conquer the world by utilizing most of Satan's unquestionable powers.
Needless to say, this particular relationship showcases how some are even willing to sacrifice their love for something so shallow and temporary.
We assert so because, of course, the one who dares to love and improve for the sake of that love wields power that cannot be topped.
19. Mufasa and Sarabi (The Lion King)
Mufasa and Sarabi are as classy as they come. One of the most experienced couples to make it to our list, they thrive on their simplicity and wisdom.
Those who have truly been in love will understand how profoundly Mufasa looks at Sarabi. It is the kind of look that you give to someone who you have formed a deeper connection with.
What makes Mufasa's love for his wife stand out is the fact that it also helps him keep the pride lands safe and secure.
And, of course, his beloved Sarabi can be seen standing by his side at all times.
18. Cosmo and Wanda (The Fairly OddParents)
Cosmo and Wanda share a significant romantic story in The Fairly OddParents. The two first chanced upon each other at a fairy diner where Cosmo was working as a waiter.
Not long after their first encounter, the two get into a relationship and, subsequently, end up tying the knot.
Even though the couple shares a very loving relationship, they do end up arguing quite a lot. However, their issues get dwarfed in front of the love and care that they have for each other.
That said, it is imperative to mention that Wanda, at all times, has to be alert about the fact that her beloved husband possesses the remarkable ability to blow up another dwarf planet or destroy Atlantis (again).
17. Kif and Amy (Futurama)
Hints about Kif and Amy's relationship were first provided in "A Flight to Remember" when Amy's parents were seen introducing the two to each other.
Soon after, in "Amazon Women in the Mood", the slimy, sensitive Kif can be seen wishing to talk to a comparatively spoiled Amy.
However, like most guys approaching their crush, he seems to be too fidgety about it. The second Futurama pair to make it to this list is credited with portraying humans falling in love with aliens long before James Cameron's magnum opus Avatar did.
All we can say is that Kif and Amy also solidify the age-old adage that opposites do attract.
16. Leela and Fry (Futurama)
Philip J Fry and Turanga Leela, from the raunchy animated series Futurama, share one of the most unlikely relationships in animation history.
Even though they are one of the many cartoon character pairs with conflicting mental abilities, it is difficult to deny the fact that one of the show's best elements was the long-brewing romance between the two.
While hints of an affair were always there, the pair took their time to first evolve into individuals who could perhaps handle the complexities of a relationship.
Fry's newfound clarity and appearance make him capable of impressing Leela, and not just for a single date, but the long-term scenario.
15. Joker and Harley Quinn (Batman: The Animated Series)
Harley and her lover Joker are one of the most dysfunctional yet famous couples in comic history. If you pay a little more attention to their chemistry, you will uncover that their relationship has more to it than what meets the eye.
A lot many viewers have also held the opinion that Joker and Harley Quinn's association has been both infamous and controversial in equal measure.
This is because the great villain is known to have been an abusive and terrible boyfriend to the latter.
Be that as it may, the many heroics of the crazy clown and his scintillating sidekick ensured that the younger generation of viewers continued to admire their on-screen camaraderie.
14. Jerry and Beth Smith (Rick and Morty)
If the Monarch couple enjoyed keeping a track of each other's interests, the parents of Morty Smith tend to allow a conflict to get the better of their thought process.
That is precisely why we can catch a glimpse of the duo becoming insufferable when faced with a conflict.
The issues take such a toll on their mind that one often gets the feeling that their marriage might just end up falling apart.
However, when Jerry and Beth are not fighting each other, we can see them doing great things together. Not only do they then become capable of surviving in a post-apocalyptic world with horrible human bug hybrids but they can also be seen detering murderous Meseeks by improving Jerry's golf game.
Needless to say, the chemistry that the Smiths share makes us want to believe that when together, a couple becomes invincible and can do so much.
13. The Monarch and Dr. Mrs. the Monarch (The Venture Bros.)
Make way for the enigmatic pair of The Monarch and Dr. Mrs. the Monarch from the animated action comedy television series, The Venture Bros., which premiered almost two decades ago.
This vile pair, which has been through a lot, has been seen serving each other by being trustworthy and at each other's side at all times.
But, as we know, we all have our secrets, and so does this couple; something that perhaps makes their antics even more interesting to watch.
All we'd like to say is that while it can never be easy or healthy to be involved with your boss, marriage seems to be out of the question; especially if you have to keep some huge secrets from each other, including maybe your true identities.
However, we all know and acknowledge that God works in mysterious ways, but so do couples, don't they?
12. Ariel and Prince Eric (The Little Mermaid)
At the heart of The Little Mermaid is a grand fairytale romance between Ariel and Prince Eric that can sweep you off your feet.
Their relationship, which offers a solid interpretation of what love means, relies on the solid tradition of marriage in which elements such as togetherness, conflict, misconception, reunion, and eventual marriage, take precedence.
Even though Ariel is initially bound to the sea and Eric to the land, they do their very best to meet at the shore.
In addition, we do catch them defeating Ursula and saving the entire ocean together.
11. Mickey and Minnie Mouse (The Mickey Mouse Series of Short Films)
Some relationships are so authentic and strong that when they, unfortunately, meet their demise, one feels that love itself has died... forever!
The aforementioned sentence is precisely why we feel that Mickey Mouse and his longtime girlfriend Minnie will never let go.
Not only are we thankful about that but we are also pretty sure that most of us today need to learn a thing or two from the rapport that the two share.
That being said, Walt Disney was once heard stating that Mickey and Minnie are actually married in private life and that they are merely being portrayed as an unmarried couple for the viewers. Why? We don't know.
10. George and Jane Jetson (The Jetsons)
One of the most significant pieces of 20th-century futurism, The Jetsons is a show that managed to jetpack its way into thousands of American residences decades ago.
The show introduced us to the loving couple George and Jane, their kids Judy and Elroy, their dog Astro, and their housekeeper Rosie the robot.
It'd be safe to say that the creators of The Jetsons did not intend to imagine a future in which both parents had to work religiously to make ends meet.
And, fortunately for Jane, her husband was often seen complaining about her tremendous workload. So, she starts spending her days spending the hard-earned salary of dear George; therefore, managing to create a so-called full-time job for herself.
Sure, you can laugh out loud if you please!
9. Popeye and Olive Oyl (Popeye)
One of the oldest and among the most popular cartoon pairs in all of television, Popeye and Olive Oyl continue to remain relevant even today.
This is because, like most couples in the world, they also have their fair share of issues. While the couple has to withstand Olive's tendency to run out of brutal blood, things get even more cumbersome when, from time to time, we can see the belligerent Bluto taking her away by hook or crook.
Needless to mention, Oyl's spinach-obsessed champion takes the onus on himself to rescue the beloved olive of his eyes.
That being said, another reason why we think this slightly strange-looking pair deserves a spot on our list is that their chemistry goes on to demonstrate that longevity does not always amount to stability.
Make sure to read that again dear readers.
8. Fred and Wilma, Betty and Barney (The Flintstones)
We had to include these two couples from The Flintstones together on our list for more reasons than one.
First and foremost, we believe that Fred and Barney are probably the men who started the trend of pairing complicated overweight men with the fit and patient women.
Even though Fred, Wilma, Betty, and Barney ruled the roost in an era when dinosaurs and humans walked the face of the earth together, they continue to be fondly remembered for their respective theatrics.
It wouldn't be a hyperbole to mention that it was fun to catch the two barefoot men causing as much trouble as they possibly could in Bedrock.
Thankfully for them, they had their respective wives to save the day if things ever went haywire.
7. Peter Pan and Wendy (Peter Pan)
There is a possibility that not a lot of articles would mention Peter Pan and Wendy as one of the most popular animated couples.
However, I believe that there's something inherently romantic about their relationship. Seeing the mischievous young boy falling in love with Wendy Darling might just end up bringing back memories for most of us.
Peter, who even suggests Wendy come to Neverland as his "mother", harbors genuine feelings for her. The fact that Wendy reciprocates her love is proven throughout their story's many incarnations.
6. Aladdin and Princess Jasmine (Aladdin)
Aladdin and Princess Jasmine's love story is eternal in the sense that it transcends the superficial barriers of life.
We see Aladdin falling in love with Jasmine when she is not even her authentic self. What we mean by that she that she's disguised as a peasant in the streets of Agrabah.
Therefore, we see that he falls in love with the woman and not her title or her riches. Jasmine, who on the other hand is fiercely independent, lets herself loose and reciprocates Aladdin's love; even though it is later revealed that he is only just a street rat who happens to be friends with a magic genie.
Having said that, we believe that Aladdin is better than most princes and kings who have walked the face of the earth.
This is because he doesn't treat his lady love like she's a prize to be won.
5. Simba and Nala (The Lion King)
The Lion King has got to be one of the most renowned Disney movies of all time. Therefore, it is a given that we must include Simba and Nala on this list.
Nala, who is introduced as the daughter of an unnamed lion and Sarafina, goes on to become the best pal of Simba, and the two young cubs can be seen enjoying each other's company.
As the story progresses, we see Nala becoming Simba's wife and, simultaneously, his beloved Queen. What separates this queen from the other female characters on this list is the fact that she grows to be a strong and persuasive young lioness who can make her dear one listen to her.
Needless to say, Nala has to be given due credit for encouraging Simba to take back his rightful throne from his backstabbing murderer of an uncle.
4. Marge and Homer Simpson (The Simpsons)
One of the longest and most popular animated television couples of all time, Marge and Homer Simpson carry the image of being the trademark middle-class pair; one that most married couples can relate to not only within the United States of America but also overseas.
We see how Marge plays the conventional housewife and a doting mother who tries to hold the eccentric family together as its members - Homer, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie - deal with their respective problems of everyday life.
Another reason why we believe that this couple is worthy of a spot on our list is that their mannerisms have and will continue to stand the test of time.
3. Bob and Linda Belcher (Bob's Burgers)
While we can't vouch for the kind of food that Bob and Linda Belcher may serve in their restaurant, we sure can underscore the fact that they share one of the healthiest relationships from any cartoon couple in this write-up.
The Belcher family's intrinsic patriarch, and energetic matriarch, have also proven to be solid parents to their three underachieving children.
Not only can they be seen supporting Tina's dream of becoming an author of erotic-friendly fiction but they also settle with the fact that Gene is great with the keyboard and a loudspeaker and can work magic with fart noises; something that can even come across as a bit insulting to those who are listening.
If that wasn't enough to convince you, we can also see how patient they are with Louise, who seems to have a ceaseless appetite for conflict.
So, can you and your beloved share an understanding like Bob and Linda do? Figure out.
2. Rapunzel and Flynn (Tangled)
If you haven't seen Tangled yet, you are missing out on one of the best Disney couples of all time.
Even though Flynn was blessed with smoldering good looks, his love story with Rapunzel wasn't a typical "love at first sight" tale.
Even though their relationship starts on a rather shaky note, they learn to trust each other as they start to spend more time together.
The two make an entertaining couple courtesy of Flynn's dry humor and Rapunzel's positive outlook. More importantly, Rapunzel is the only person Flynn can be himself around.
That speaks volumes about their chemistry and comfort level. Be like them.
1. Shrek and Fiona (The Shrek Film Franchise)
The reason why we think this popular animated couple deserves the top spot on our list is that their love story, more than anything else, comes across as one of acceptance.
While not abandoning your individuality in a relationship certainly does amount to freedom, Shrek and Fiona teach us that freedom, in the true sense of the word, can only come with the person who loves and needs you more than anyone else in the world.
It is amazing to see how Shrek, who is wounded by the world and its judgment, finds a new world for himself in his love for Fiona.
Even though the two share different thought processes, they, slowly but steadily, allow it to be a strength and not their weakness.
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