Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach: Relationship Deep-Dive
There comes a time in every person's life when they're forced to pick a favorite Beatle. If you're young, and fresh as the morning dew, you pick Paul. If you're an angsty adolescent you choose John. If you're a 20-something hipster, you go with George. And if you watched the Grammys on Sunday night, you arrive at your final adult-life answer: Ringo.
The glue, the guy who stayed friends with everyone, who survived '70s hedonism and made vampire musicals with Harry Nilsson. He's the guy who's barely aged since 1965, who figured out how to go big ... and then go home to one woman.
After 33 years of marriage, Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach are just as nuzzle-y and glowing with affection as they were the day they met — playing sexy Neanderthals in a movie that time forgot. So what's their secret to that seemingly elusive happy rock star marriage? It's a mystery. To quote Ringo's '70s hit song, "all I've got are the photographs" and they're amazing. —Piper Weiss, Shine Staff