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Because frankly there aren't enough pixels in the world to deal with the rest of them, the saucy things.Starred with each other: 2012 to 2014Dated: 2012 to present Although they've kept it rather private, Kit and Rose began dating soon after she joined the cast as Jon Snow's enemy turned lover turned enemy Ygritte.(Don't get us started on And so sometimes, not only will actors date fellow actors, but they'll date their on-screen partner.For this list, we're only including official relationships rather than rumours or one-off flings, and only couples who met on a show where their characters also dated.Unfortunately, most of these relationships have long since fizzled. Kunis had a long-term relationship with Macaulay Culkin, while Kutcher was married to actress Demi Moore for 8 years. Kunis and Kutcher's relationship got romantic back in 2012, and the couple tied the knot in July of 2015.However, there are still some TV couples, turned real life love birds who have withstood the test of time. They now have a baby girl named Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher.Check out our favorite on and off-screen romances ahead!
The duo began dating while filming the show's pilot back in 2007.
The pair actually tied the knot offscreen in March 2006.
Mac and Sweet Dee definitely don't get along on "Always Sunny," but the actors who play them -- Rob Mc Elhenney and Kaitlin Olson -- have been married since September 2008.
In reality, the two got married back in August 1995, long before they played exes on TV.
Poor rat-smashing, spaghetti-bag-eating Charlie Kelly (played by Charlie Day) on "Always Sunny In Philadelphia" is in love with The Waitress (Mary Elizabeth Ellis), who hates him and has sex with everyone he knows instead.