"It's always great when you put people together, then hope it works out. We suspected from the first moment this would... and it just kept getting better," the show's producer John Edwards told Now To Love of the pair's electric dynamic.
In fact, the close co-stars have forged an unbreakable bond off the screen as well. Fans can't get enough of Nathalie and Carlos's real-life friendship with the pair often documenting their fun escapades on social media.
From spending New Year's Eve together in Byron Bay to going for bush walks with their Bump co-star Claudia Karvan, Oly and Santi would be proud!
As the second of Bump is on the way, keep scrolling as we take a look at Nathalie Morris and Carlos Sanson Jr’s best moments on and off-screen.
From reel life to real life: The actors behind Oly and Santi have forged a strong friendship off-screen.
Nathalie Morris & Carlos Sanson Jr rung in New Year's Eve together with a group of friends in Byron Bay.
Fans lost it when Carlos, 22, posted this sweet snap from his New Year getaway with Nathalie with many speculating they might be dating in real life.
One fan said, “Oh my Oly and Santi! 😍You two look good together in real life!!"
Another remarked, "Ow they look like a couple here 😍.”
The glamorous rising stars strike a pose at the premiere of Bump in Sydney last December.
The cast that hikes together, stays together! Nathalie and Carlos join Bump co-creator, producer, and star Claudia Karvan for a weekend bushwalk.
"Santi and I are very very similar, sometimes you hear people talk about how they were born to play certain roles. It definitely feels that way for me, especially when I look at the parallels between Santi and I. We were both born in Australia with Chilean parents, we both love football, we both got into trouble at school, we both follow our creative pursuits (mine acting, his art), and to be honest, we are both sensitive guys… yes it's true, I like to think I'm in touch with my emotions," the 22-year-old actor explained to TV WEEK of his role.
"We had the incredible Danielle Micich as our intimacy coach and she worked with each director in rehearsals to choreograph very distinct and honest sex scenes. Sometimes we felt the urge to laugh to break the awkwardness but she urged us to stay only in relationship with each other during those scenes and not with anyone else in the room," Nathalie revealed of what it was like to film those steamy scenes.
Just look at these two! We want IN on this friendship.
"It's always great when you put people together, then hope it works out. We suspected from the first moment this would... and it just kept getting better," the show's producer John Edwards told Now To Love of the pair's electric chemistry.
"Thank you to everyone who has watched Bump, and for all of the love we've received @__sars I couldn't have done it without you, and anyway, it wouldn't have been nearly as fun 😝," Nathalie mused alongside this sweet snap following the rave reviews of the Stan series.
We can't wait to see the next chapter of Oly and Santi's journey with baby Jacinda continue on season two of Bump.
A version of this story originally appeared on our sister site, Now To Love.