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EXCLUSIVE: Noah Centineo Says He And Lana Condor Are “Like A Married Couple”

The To All The Boys co-stars have the best friendship ever.

Noah Centineo and Lana Condor may not be dating, but that doesn’t stop us from gushing over their on-and-off-screen chemistry. The pair first met on the set of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and have been inseparable ever since. In fact, in separate interviews with Girlfriend for the third film in the To All The Boys saga, To All The Boys: Always and Forever, the duo admit they’re “like a married couple.” 🥰🥰🥰

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“I think we’re like a married couple now,” says Centineo after filming three films with Condor. “We’re very familiar with each other, very comfortable.”

“We joke about being very happy that we still love each other, even after all three of these movies, because we’re like, ‘oh my God, it would be a literal nightmare if we didn’t like each other.’”

When Lana met Noah, she had just been told she was cast as Lara Jean. Then, she did a chemistry table read with Noah and the rest is history. “Instantly, I knew that he was the perfect person for this role,” she admitted. “I could never imagine any other actor playing Peter Kavinsky.”

“Right off the bat, we just got along. We speak the same language and we think the same way. We’ve always felt more comfortable around each other. And I think that it shows in the third movie that it does seem like we’ve been a part of each other’s lives for three years, it’s very clear that we—and Lara Jean and Peter—are very comfortable.”

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Noah Centineo and Lana Condor at the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before premiere red carpet in 2018. (Credit: Getty)

“There’s moments in the third movie where [Lara Jean and Peter] are just next to each other in silence, just enjoying each other’s company. And, to me, I feel like that is kind of the ultimate goal of a relationship, when you feel so comfortable and safe around someone that you don’t have to nervously fill the air with chatter.”

“I think that’s the same way with Noah and I. We’ve just spent so much time together that it comes very natural to us. We’re on this weird, crazy journey from the beginning that’s very hard to vocalize to other people, so it’s really nice to have someone that went through it with you as well.”

“We can pick up on each other’s cues silently, we even communicate without really saying things to each other,” added Noah. “We sometimes just sit quietly next to each other and do our own thing. It’s great to know that I have her in my life as someone that has my back and I have her back and feel extremely fortunate.”

You can watch the third—and alleged final—chapter in Netflix’s To All The Boys franchise, To All The Boys: Always and Forever, when it fittingly debuts on Netflix on Valentine’s Day. In the meantime, why not check out our interview with the film’s token himbo, Ross Butler, and learn about how the Korean scenes of the film helped inspire Lana Condor to discover her biological family

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