Lana Condor And Her Boyfriend Anthony De La Torre Send Each Other Love Letters IRL
If you thought Lana Condor’s fictional onscreen boyfriend Peter Kavinsky from To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before set the bar when it comes to making us all swoon, think again.
Because it turns out Lana’s IRL boyfriend, Anthony De La Torre, is really upping the game in terms of keeping it real cute when it comes to love. Yeah, we’re talking romance *insert a Mariah Carey bop right here*. Whoever said it was dead was simply lying.
In a recent interview with Rollercoaster magazine, Lana says that just like her character Lara Jean Covey in the Netflix rom com, she’s a total “hopeless romantic.”
“I was the girl in middle school who would write those lille [sic] letters, like ‘Do you like me? Do you not like me? Check yes or no!’" she says, according to Just Jared Jr.
But it looks like she’s found her perfect match in Anthony as he does exactly the same. At least now she has someone to give her love letters to directly, instead of having to lock them away in a box. Wait, or was that her character Lara? Confused.
"I am a hopeless romantic. I still write love letters now and so does my boyfriend. He even draws pictures on the front. I would say he’s more romantic than I am!” She says.
And chatting about her special friendship with Noah Centineo, who plays the role of Peter in TATBILB, she says that the heartthrob is “a great friend” of hers in real life. So, does that mean there’s two special men? Because we’re really not over shipping their onscreen characters.
"It’s so funny, I feel like I’m living every girl’s fantasy, because I have this beautiful relationship with Noah, he’s a great friend of mine in real life," she says. "I would say that we probably did our job right if people like us together."
“I mean, when I watched the film back, I wanted Peter and Lara Jean to be together! So I completely understand that. And then I have this beautiful relationship with my real-life boyfriend. I don’t know how I got so lucky!”
Brb while we start swiping right to everyone.