The L-word! Outer Banks star Madelyn Cline’s emotions for her costar and boyfriend, Chase Stokes, are stronger than ever.
The actress, 22, smiled and nodded her head when requested whether or not she is in love with the actor, 28, throughout an interview with Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday, November 10.
“It’s actually cool. Love is tight,” she gushed. “It’s cool to share this expertise along with your favourite folks and likewise your favourite particular person. … I really feel very glad.”
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Cline and Stokes met on the set of the Netflix teen drama, during which they play Sarah Cameron and John B., respectively. Though they waited two months to publicly confirm their offscreen romance, followers picked up on their chemistry nearly instantly after the present premiered in April.
“We’re horrible liars,” the Large star stated with amusing on Tuesday.
Cline defined that she and the One in every of Us Is Mendacity star agreed to maintain their relationship underneath wraps at first as they discovered to regulate to their newfound fame.
“The present popping out was already a fairly large life change, and we have been additionally simply beginning the entire quarantine course of, and that’s an enormous life change, and going by a worldwide pandemic,” she instructed ET. “I believe we have been simply eager to type of give it a while and revel in it whereas it’s new and contemporary and simply type of hold that to ourselves.”
With manufacturing already underway on season 2 of Outer Banks, the couple — who additionally costarred in Kygo’s “Hot Stuff” music video — have needed to discover ways to work collectively now that they’re relationship in actual life.
“We positively have boundaries. I believe as a result of we have been pals earlier than this and we understood how we labored as people earlier than we have been seeing one another, we knew how we have been professionally and we knew what one another’s private boundaries have been for sure issues,” Cline defined. “Simply as a rule, we by no means convey something negatively to set if, you already know, say there’s a disagreement or no matter, or if there’s a dialog that must be had that might doubtlessly rain on his parade for that day, that’s by no means one thing that occurs earlier than work. … We go to set, we’re people, and we’re nonetheless, on the very minimal, we’re greatest pals and we’re companions and we’re display companions, so we’re there to assist one another.”
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