Tv couples who are dating in real life
For this list, we're only including official relationships rather than rumours or one-off flings, and only couples who met on a show where their Katie and Joshua actually dated in real life before their characters got together in the show, having been in a relationship for the first couple of seasons. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.
8 TV couples who got together in real life These two managed to stay in a relationship on-screen for at least half a season, even though they sadly broke up in real life after three years together .
Before the Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez was supposedly dating her Wizards of Waverly Place costar David Henrie.
The two played the role of siblings on the hit Disney set yet were spotted getting close at numerous dates in 2010.
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie (Jon Snow and Ygritte in Although they've kept it rather private, Kit and Rose began dating soon after she joined the cast as Jon Snow's enemy turned lover turned enemy Ygritte.
Speaking last year about meeting Rose in Iceland, Kit said: "Because the country is beautiful, because the Northern Lights are magical, and because it was there that I fell in love."If you're already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it's becomes very easy to fall in love."2.
In real life: That may be the reason they started dating six years after "That '70s Show" wrapped in 2006; they put a ring on it in July.
They're always away from home or stuck in the middle of nowhere shooting, with little time to meet people.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher ("That '70s Show") On the show: Kunis' Jackie Burkhart and Kutcher's Michael Kelso shared a natural chemistry on the sitcom.While working in true blood TV series the co stars started dating and got married in 2010.Now Anna Paquin and Stephan Moyer are the parents of two twins a boy and a girl.RELATED: These 9 celebrity couples shared on-screen romance in films Their real-life 2006 breakup, however, may require them to keep things professional should Ventimiglia return for the show's Netflix limited revival, because Bledel wound up marrying another on-screen beau.
(More about that in a moment.) The following list of 11 resilient TV couples — still together as of press time, as far as we know — isn't comprehensive, as Melissa Benoist and Blake Jenner ("Glee"); Amanda Abbington and Martin Freeman ("Sherlock"); and Mary Elizabeth Ellis and Charlie Day ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") can attest.Plus, they're famous, and muggles often get freaked out by famous people.