Barbara Gordon: How can you treat people this way?
Mr. Freeze: It's the way they've always treated me. Nora was the only good thing in my life... and they took her from me. I don't care what I have to do to get her back.
~ Mr. Freeze explaining his desire to revive Nora.
See what she does to me? My loving wife...
~ Robert Baratheon sarcastically talks about his marriage to Cersei Lannister.

Villains who are or were married, be it to another villain or someone else.

This is not automatically inclusive with In Love villains as some marriages are unhappy, especially when evil people are involved. In some works it is presented as a given from the start that villains are married even if they clearly do not love their spouses and there is no apparently logical reason they should be together.

In some cases, it is possible for marriages to be very strong and for the couple to genuinely love and be faithful to each other even if either one of the spouses is evil or both of them are. Some of these couples can be Redeemed.

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