Fun fact: They met on the set of Fox News' ''Bulls & Bears" back in 2003.
Private equity exec Olivier Sarkozy and Mary-Kate Olsen
Her: The 28-year-old Olsen twin is known for her role as Michelle Tanner on Full House. She's also made several films in her career with her twin sister, Ashley. The Olsen twins now have a fashion empire worth about $1 billion.
Fun Fact: Sarkozy is also the younger half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Louis Bacon and art consultant Gabrielle de Heinrich Saccognaghi
Her: Gabrielle de Heinrich Sacconaghi is a native of Canada who works as a consultant for art buyers. She graduated from McGill University and she received her master’s in international relations from Cambridge, according to the New York Times.
Him: He's a billionaire hedge fund manager who runs Moore Capital Management. He's known for being an environmentalist, conservationist and outdoor sportsman.
Fun fact: They were married in a civil ceremony at their apartment in 2007.
Paul Tudor Jones and former model Sonia Tudor Jones
Her: Sonia Tudor Jones (Sonia Klein) is a former Australian fashion model. She's also a big yogi and has been practicing yoga for more than a decade. In fact, she's a teacher-certified Ashtanga practitioner and the founder of JOIS Yoga studios, which teaches Ashtanga.
Hedge funder David Einhorn and Columbia professor Cheryl Einhorn
Her: Cheryl Einhorn (Cheryl Beth Strauss) graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University. She's an award-winning financial reporter who is currently working as a media consultant, according to a bio on Columbia Business School's website. She's also an adjunct professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and an adjunct at the Columbia Business School.
Him: David is the Greenlight Capital founder, famed short-seller and big time poker player.
Fun fact: Cheryl is the one who came up with the name Greenlight for the hedge fund, Einhorn wrote in his book "Fooling Some People All The Time."
Him: He's a billionaire private equity tycoon and co-founder of KKR.
Fun fact: She's Kravis' third wife and they were married in 1994. The ceremony was at the Metropolitan Club of New York, which they announced later during a dinner with friends and family, according to an article in the New York Times.
Richard Perry and fashion designer Lisa Perry
Her: Lisa Perry is a fashion designer who moved to New York to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology. She's known for making dresses with 1960s inspired silhouettes and colors, and she has a flagship store located on Madison Avenue.
Her: Laura Blankfein (Laura Susan Jacobs) graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College before going on to receive her law degree from Georgetown University, according to an engagement announcement in the New York Times. She's a former corporate lawyer who worked at Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim & Ballon in New York.
Him: Lloyd Blankfein is the CEO of Goldman Sachs
Fun fact: The Blankfeins have three children — Alex, Jonathan and Rachel.
Fun Fact: As a baby, the couple's first child appeared in ad campaigns with Douglas for J. Crew and Ellen Tracy. The couple now has three children.
Socialite Nell Diamond and Teddy Wasserman
Her: The socialite is currently a graduate student at the Yale School of Management. After her undergraduate years at Princeton, Diamond worked as an institutional rates analyst at Deutsche Bank and as a retail performance MBA intern at Louis Vuitton.