Camila Mendes, of Riverdale, announced her relationship with Grayson Vaughan on Instagram with a tenderly loving PDA-filled shot of them Thursday.
‘That kind of long-distance love,’ the 26-year-old actress captioned an image of herself with both arms wrapped around the neck of the model before a private plane.
Although the lovebirds have been seen several times during the quarantine, when she resumes shooting on her CW drama, it seems they’ll now be a plane ride away.
Her kissing tweet, in which she tagged Grayson Vaughan, comes seven months after Mendes broke up in December after a year of dating with her costar Charles Melton.
Her announcement received responses from Madelaine Petsch, her Riverdale costar, who wrote, ‘I am not crying!!! You are here!!! 13 Reasons Why is Katherine Langford also commented that she was pleased with Camila Mendes while Tommy Dorfman gushed: ‘FINALLY PUBLIC’
She will join her longtime pal Lili Reinhart on set, who recently mentioned feeling ‘like a hostage’ for having to return north of the border to film their famous series in a new profile of Nylon.
Lily feels like a prisoner on set
Lili said she’s less than pleased with the proposal because it means she can’t leave Canada and she won’t be able to see her family in November for Thanksgiving.
She also regretted trying to fit in a prom dress she was wearing in an episode before she was stopped shooting because she was ‘a little bit heavier’ than she was before the pandemic.
‘During the prom episode, we stopped, so I have to fit in that prom dress again. Five months later, we’ll all be brown, maybe a little bit darker. Of course, I am,’ she said.
‘I feel like a prisoner really, going back to work because I can not leave Canada. That is not feeling well. For thanksgiving, you can not go anywhere, you can’t see your relatives. Since they quarantine for two weeks, nobody will come and see you. It just feels like f****.’
Despite her complaints, Lili admitted that she was ‘very fortunate’ to get the show back to because other people lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic.