Valentine's Day: vote for your favourite loved-up celebrity couple!

It's time to celebrate love! Valentine's Day is almost upon us and to mark the most romantic date in the calendar, HELLO! Online is asking readers to vote in our exclusive poll. We've chosen some of the sweetest celebrity couples who have found their happily ever after – and now you can pick your favourite. Vote below!

For Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, this year will be extra special as the couple are celebrating their first Valentine's Day together. Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate, who have been married for five years, will no doubt have some special private plans. During the day though, royal watchers will catch a glimpse of Kate as she'll be out on an engagement in Cambridgeshire.

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It's also a special occasion for Cheryl and Liam Payne, who are set to welcome their first baby this year. Other parents-to-be who are also feeling the love are George and Amal Clooney, who are reportedly expecting twins. Beyoncé and Jay Z, meanwhile, will become a family-of-five when they welcome their twins in a few months. Ronan and Storm Keating are also waiting on a very important arrival this year.

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For Barack and Michelle Obama, it'll be the first time they spend Valentine's Day out of the White House in eight years! The power couple will be settling into their new £5m home in Washington D.C., located just down the road from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Some of our favourite celebrity couples who have young children may be opting for a low-key date night, including Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh, who have a newborn son Theo. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' little girl Ines was also born a mere four months ago. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have also recently welcomed their second child, a son Dimitri, in November.

It's hard to choose, but VOTE for your favourite loved-up couple below!

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