Lana Condor's Boyfriend Is a Real-Life Peter Kavinsky & I'm So Jealous

If you haven't seen To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, stop reading this right now, log onto Netflix, and watch this adorable rom-com. 

While co-stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo were the ship of 2018, Lana is happily taken and honestly, I’m not too upset about it because her boyfriend IRL is just as adorable as Peter Kavinsky.  According to Just Jared Jr., in an interview with Rollercoaster magazine, Lana confessed that, much like her character, Lara Jean Covey, she is a “hopeless romantic” and has been writing love letters since she was a kid. 

“I was the girl in middle school who would write those little letters, like ‘Do you like me? Do you not like me? Check yes or no!’” Lana told Rollercoaster.

Now, the 21-year-old actress says she writes love letters to her boyfriend of three years, Anthony De La Torre, and he writes them back. "He even draws pictures on the front. I would say he’s more romantic than I am!”  



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Lana is living out my romantic fantasy, and it gets even better. According to an interview Lana did with Us Weekly in August, Anthony has been writing her letters since they first started dating! “I keep them all. We try to keep the spark alive," she said. 

Aren’t they so cute? And our girl seems to be incredibly happy. 

“I still feel like it’s our first date, but also like we are old and we’ve been together forever and ever,” Lana said in an interview with Cosmopolitan. “Yeah, it’s been three years and it’s been wonderful”. 

And who is this mysterious and gorgeous man that Lana has been head-over-heels for? Well, I’ve got the answers for you! Anthony is a singer, songwriter, and actor. He joined the acting world back in 2015 playing Anthony Del Rey in Nickelodeon’s 100 Things To Do Before High School. Then in 2017, he got his big break in the role as young Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Look it up, his resemblance to Johnny Depp is uncanny). He is also a musician and is the front-runner for his alternative band The Fell.