From editors and actors to moguls and magazine cover stars, New Yorkers sure know how to pair up!

From Jay and Bey to SJP and Matthew Broderick, some unstoppable duos call New York City home.

Here they are in all their powerful glory. Take a look at these NYC power couples that will inspire your next #relationshipgoals.

Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond

Comedian Tina Fey and composer Jeff Richmond met
Comedian Tina Fey and composer Jeff Richmond met while both working at Second City in Chicago. The two married in June 2001 and soon moved to New York, where Richmond composed music for 'SNL' and Fey wrote for the show. The two live together on the Upper West Side with their two daughters, Alice Zenobia Richmond and Penelope Athena Richmond. (Credit: Getty Images / Brendan Hoffman )

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick

When she did a video tour of their
When she did a video tour of their home with Vogue in March, "Sex and the City" fans may have been shocked to find out that the West Village apartment SJP shares with Broderick and their three children is nothing like Carrie and Big's swanky digs. These New Yorkers keep it so real, she even rides the subway to pick the kids up at school. A side note: Their home has been on the market since September 2012, if you have $25 million to spare. (Credit: Getty Images)

Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky

Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky first met at
Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky first met at a political retreat as kids and reconnected at Stanford. The two married in August 2010 in upstate New York. The couple live in a Madison Avenue apartment in The Whitman. (Credit: Getty Images / Paul Zimmerman )

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Joanna Coles and Peter Godwin

Two media moguls unite! Author Peter Godwin and
Two media moguls unite! Author Peter Godwin and Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles are pictured here attending the Center for Reproductive Rights 2014 Gala at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Oct. 29, 2014. They live on the Upper West Side with their two teenage sons. (Credit: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for the Center for Reproductive Rights))

Jay Z and Beyoncé

He may have recently sold his stakes in
He may have recently sold his stakes in the Nets and the Barclays Center, but HOV and Bey still frequent many a New York NBA game. They got married in the city in April 2008 (with a reception at his Tribeca apartment), and she gave birth to their daughter Blue Ivy in a tricked-out suite at Lenox Hill hospital in January 2012. (Credit: Jim McIsaac)

Chelsea Fairless and Lea DeLaria

Chelsea Fairless and Lea DeLaria, fashion editor and
Chelsea Fairless and Lea DeLaria, fashion editor and comedian, respectively, announced their engagement in February 2015. The two live in Brookyn. (Credit: Theo Wargo / Getty Images)

Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard

She's a Los Angeles native turned hip Brooklyn
She's a Los Angeles native turned hip Brooklyn mom -- and the first home she owned was in the East Village. Gyllenhaal and Sarsgaard are now raising their two young daughters in the hipster borough, and were once spotted using the ATM at a bodega in Fort Greene. Stars: They're just like us! (Credit: Getty Images)

Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky

The parents-to-be reportedly got more than a $1
The parents-to-be reportedly got more than a $1 million price cut on the Madison Square Park apartment they purchased back in September 2013. Their neighbors in the Whitman condominium building: NASCAR racer Jeff Gordon, as well as hedge-funder John Silvetz and his wife, model Wilda Deon Bray. During investment banker Mezvinsky's courtship with the former first daughter, they were spotted with their laptops open at Starbucks. It doesn't get more New York than that. (Credit: Getty Images)

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Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos

The
The "Live! with Kelly and Michael" co-host and her soap star husband put their SoHo apartment on the market in early 2014, and reportedly sold it a few months later for $24.5 million. (Credit: Getty Images)

Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen

Though she grew up in Connecticut and did
Though she grew up in Connecticut and did a short stint in Los Angeles after graduating from Yale, Williams has lived in NYC since she was cast as Marnie in HBO's "Girls." Williams' husband, the founder of comedy website College Humor, is a Maryland native turned New Yorker. (Credit: Getty Images)

Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff

Naturally, the
Naturally, the "Girls" creator is a born-and-bred New Yorker. She lives in Brooklyn Heights, in an apartment she eyed as a child and purchased in 2012, shortly after the debut season of her hit series. She now shares the place with Antonoff, a guitarist in the indie band Fun. (Credit: Getty Images)

Olivia Palermo and Johannes Huebl

The reality TV personality (and New York Fashion
The reality TV personality (and New York Fashion Week mainstay) Olivia Palermo and her husband, a Ralph Lauren model, are often spotted all over NYC. Don't be surprised to see them -- very chicly -- hailing a cab. (Credit: Getty Images )