Let’s Play Matchmaker With Celebrity Children!

Dating is hard as it as, so just imagine what it would be like your if parents were Bruce Willis or Arnold Schwarzenegger. You’d have to worry about whether someone was dating you because you’re you, or because your dad either (a) starred in “Die Hard” or (b) was the Terminator. That must be pretty awkward when you are trying to play the field. But if you are the child of a celeb, who better to shack up with then someone who also has famous parents? I guess that’s what Patrick Schwarzenegger (son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver) and Tallulah Willis (daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore) were thinking. The rumor (not Rumer Willis—that’s a different Willis girl) is that these two are the newest Tinsel Town item. I really hope they don’t break each other’s hearts. Can’t you just picture the Governator and Bruce duking it out? Now that would be a fight! [New York Post]

After the jump, some more celeb children who we’d like to see date.

Suri Cruise and Maddox Jolie-Pitt. His mama picked him up from another country and her parents are clearly from another planet. Someday, together they could dominate the fashion world.
Elizabeth Jagger and Jakob Dylan. Rock and roll freaking royalty.
Johan Samuel and Nahla Aubrey. These two are both half model, half superstar. Johan is the son of Heidi Klum and Seal, while Nahla’s parents are Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubrey. Plus, people with great hair look good together.
Kingston Rossdale and Shiloh Jolie-Pitt. Can’t you just picture these two going to punk shows and bumming around on the beach? The blondest kids in Hollywood seriously need to get together when they’re older.
Paris Jackson and Rene-Charles Angelil. The offspring of Michael Jackson and Celine Dion could make beautiful music together when they’re older.
Presley Walker Gerber and Lila Hack

. What would happen if Cindy Crawford’s son and Kate Moss’s daughter got together? They would look so hot together on the catwalk.

Harlow Madden and Bronx Wentz. They can bond over their weird names and musician fathers.