I could like him as much as I loved him." While not necessarily intentional, Reynolds agrees their friends first strategy has served them well: "I think the best way to have a relationship is to start as friends." It also doesn't hurt to be extraordinarily well-matched.
Both have spoken about their desire to mimic their outsized families.
"We were such good friends for so long and we both got to know each other as friends so when we were both single, we were still trying to find each other's [perfect date]—'Oh, who would be good for you? "We'd sit around being like, 'Oh jeez, do you know anyone? And it was just one of those moments where halfway through the dance, it was like, 'Oh, I think I just crossed a line.' And then I walked her home.
' And it didn't click for, I mean, a good year and a half. And, uh, you know, I don't really need to go into what happened after." But it's not all that difficult to fill in the rest.
In honor of released a nostalgia-inducing oral history with some of the show's creators and cast members.
The piece is chock-full of pop-culturally significant info—like the fact that Ed Westwick says he still has no idea who Gossip Girl actually is. She was documenting her life in photographs in a way that people were not yet doing."Not exactly the kind of correspondence you would expect from the A-list exes, but kind of adorable nonetheless.
"We've never gone a week without seeing each other," Lively noted to in 2014.
was at its peak and Blake Lively and Leonardo Di Caprio were hot and heavy in the midst of their five-month relationship.
Their fling may have been short-lived, but one of their cute (or creepy, depending on whom you ask) couple traditions apparently lives on.
set in Boston, bringing along her maltipoo Penny and a handful of balloons as a birthday surprise.
Soon, she was a regular in his Vancouver hometown, spending the holidays at home with his family.