9 Notable Valley Couples From the Past and Present
From FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt to Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, these famous couples have also called the Valley home.
Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, Albany
He was a Founding Father and first Secretary of the Treasury; she was the co-founder of the first private orphanage in New York City.
Nick and Sarah Suarez, Germantown
They are the owners of Gaskins, a Best of Hudson Valley-winning restaurant
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt, Hyde Park
He was our 32nd president; she was a First Lady, chair of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights and later chair of the Presidential Commission on the Status of Women.
Rubén and Corinne Garcia, Coxsackie
They were a famous nightclub dance team who used the stage names Tito and Corinne Valdez.
William Bull and Sarah Wells Bull, Goshen
She was the first white female settler in Goshen; their marriage was the first recorded in the Town of Goshen, in 1718.
George and Libby Pataki, Philipstown
He was the 53rd Governor of New York; she is the former director of the Putnam County Visitors Bureau.
Helen Hayes and Charles MacArthur, Upper Nyack
She was an Academy Award-winner (Best Actress, The Sin of Madelon Claudet) and a Tony Award- winner. He was an Academy Award-winning screenwriter and playwright.
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, Marbletown
He is an award-winning actor (BAFTA in 2007), best known for his film portrayal of James Bond; she is an Academy Award-winner (Best Supporting Actress, The Constant Gardener).
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, Pound Ridge
He was nominated last year for a Golden Globe for his role in the film Deadpool; she has earned multiple People’s Choice Awards for her role in the TV show Gossip Girl.