10 TV Couples Who Took Their Love to Real Life

Actors try their best to get into character on set, and all the romantic feelings might be overwhelming within the scenario. Sometimes on-screen heat finds its way into real-world relationships.

Bright Side gathered the hottest TV couples who did not have to act their romantic feelings on set because all the chemistry was real.

Kit Harington and Rose Leslie - Game of Thrones

One of the main love lines in the 2nd season of the popular TV series was the one between the bastard Jon Snow and the wildling girl Ygritte. Wasting no time, the actors made their romance real in their off-screen lives.

According to Kit Harington, if you're already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it becomes very easy to fall in love. The wonderful Icelandic scenery, where the shooting took place, added some heat to the growing romance.

Josh Dallas and Ginnifer Goodwin - Once Upon a Time

While shooting the fantasy series Once Upon a Time, Ginnifer and Josh felt their attraction grow into something more than just a fairy tale between Snow White and Prince Charming. They dated for several years, got married, and became parents. Now don't tell us there are no happily ever afters in the real world!

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher - That '70s Show

In 1998, at the beginning of their acting careers, Mila and Ashton shot a love storyline in the TV series. When the first episode of the show aired, Mila was just 14, and the on-screen kiss with Ashton was actually her first kiss ever. It took many years for both of them to understand that they were meant for each other. The couple married in 2014, and now they feel even happier raising a daughter.

Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan - Outlander

Rumors about Caitriona and Sam's relationship status follow the couple everywhere: either they were seen holding hands or attended a social event together. Fans of the TV show seem to believe that the romance is real because the affair between war nurse Claire and dashing Highland warrior Jamie Fraser is as hot as the Sun.

Alyson Hannigan and Alexis Denisof - Buffy the Vampire Slayer

The couple first met on the set of supernatural drama television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. They married in 2003 when the TV series ended. Now Alyson and Alexis live happily with their 2 daughters.

Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev - The Vampire Diaries

The show follows the life of Elena Gilbert, who finds herself in the middle of a love triangle between 2 gorgeous vampire brothers: Stefan and Damon. Unlike in the show, the real-life love choice was pretty simple for her. Nina and Ian dated for a couple of years and broke up in 2013 by mutual agreement. They remained friends with no hard feelings for each other.

Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki - The Big Bang Theory

This couple secretly dated for about 2 years while their on-screen characters, cute blonde Penny and smart scientist Leonard, went through the ups and downs of a relationship. Although fans loved the TV couple, their real romance did not last long. The co-stars remain good friends, but their characters have since married.

Blake Lively and Penn Badgley - Gossip Girl

Blake and Penn had been heating up the on-set atmosphere for almost 4 seasons of Gossip Girl with their off-set romance. After the break-up, they remained good friends. Penn congratulated Blake on the day she and actor Ryan Reynolds got married.

Lea Michele and Cory Monteith - Glee

The romance between the actors started in 2012, shortly after the beginning of the musical comedy-drama television series Glee. They spent all their free time together, planning a future life and growing old together. But destiny changed their plans. In 2013, Cory died from substance abuse. It took great strength for Lea to recover from this trauma. Only recently has she started her personal life anew. According to her, she feels Cory's presence by her side every day.

Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley - Wuthering Heights

Riley and Hardy first met when they started working on the television series Wuthering Heights; they both felt a mutual attraction. A year after the end of filming, they could not resist their passion and started dating. In 2014, the couple secretly married in an 18th-century French castle, far away from annoying paparazzi. In 2015, Tom and Charlotte became parents.

Preview photo credit Warner Bros. Television, eastnews
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