Facebook has revamped its relationships and friends pages to match the Timeline layout. Now, whenever you click on your relationship status on your profile or look at a friendship page, you'll see a mini-profile of your connections with that person.
It shows pictures of both of you together, mutual friends and even pages you both like. It can show off posts you've tagged each other in, too.
Some people will see this and think "Oh, what a cute way to capture our relationship!" However, many more will be furious at Facebook for once again using their pictures without asking. Luckily, this is easy to take care of.
Go to your friend's pages, click the gear icon at the top of their Timeline and select "See Friendship." Then, you can edit the profile that pops up just like you would your regular Timeline.
So, if you want to a hide a picture, hover over it until the arrow in the top-right corner appears. Click the arrow and select "Hide this post". This doesn't delete it entirely from Facebook, just from the page it appears on. It may still be visible to the other friend, as well.
It's the same process for editing your relationship page. You can access that by logging into your profile and going to http://www.facebook.com/us. Though, you might want to chat with your significant other before taking down any of those wedding pics!
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