Always the comedian, Centineo captioned the pic: "Day whatever and I’ve already lost track of how many days I’ve been alone. @lanacondor you doing alright?" Lana Condor, his To All The Boys co-star wrote back, "Well I just finished up a riveting convo with the birds on my balcony."
We know they're exaggerating a little bit though. Both actors have been supporting mental health awareness during COVID-19, taking part in the Netflix IG mental health series Wanna Talk About It.
On top of that, they both recently took part in a charity live stream event to benefit the Black Lives Matter movement. The stream was hosted by Centineo's own organisation, Favoured Nations. Along with a sneak peek from the upcoming third film To All The Boys film, they were also be joined by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, Paine the Poet, and activist Nupol Kiazolu.
"It’s a cause that I fully and wholeheartedly believe in," Condor explained. "Just seeing how motivated and inspired you’ve been and how tenacious you’ve been to make this work […] has been really awesome and inspiring," Condor said to Centineo.
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