The Not-so-Strange Love story of the Stranger Things Stars


    The Netflix original series ‘Stranger Things’ has been trending for a while now. The fictional series has released three successful seasons and is also geared up for the fourth one.

    The fans of Stranger Things not only wait for the upcoming season to unravel a few more mysteries but also witness the chemistry and love of the lead pair- Natalia Dyer (playing Nancy) and Charlie Heaton (playing Jonathan).

    The rumors relating to their alleged relationship were in the air since the streaming of the first season in 2016.

    The duo met for the first time on the sets of Stranger Things and the speculations around their sparks has been since. In Season 2, fans are delighted to see as Nancy parts ways with Steve and finally, Jonathan and Nancy are playing the reel life couple.

    The reel life turned real-life couple seems to be heading strong till date. The couple has preferred to avoid the limelight and keep their personal life private, however, on December 2017, the pair made their red carpet debut, holding hands at the Fashion Awards in London. Another public appearance that made talks was in February 2019 at Milan Fashion Week.

    On September 14, 2016, Dyer posted a picture of Heaton on her Instagram account. In the photo, Heaton is holding three birds, on each on his arm, shoulder, and head. She captioned the post with “Wow congrats. On his new, one man show Stranger Wings” and a red heart. Soon, these two lovely actors turned to #couplegoals.

    Post attending the 74th Golden Globe Awards, where Stranger Things was nominated for best television drama, the two were spotted leaving Los Angeles airport together.

    In November 2014, the couple was spotted kissing in the streets of London, thus providing more sparks.

    A site reported that Natalia recently spoke about her co-star, Heaton and said “It’s an interesting thing to work with somebody you go home with. It’s always really fun. We’re really comfortable with each other, so we can play and feel freer, and we can talk about it before”.