Rupert Grint and Georgia Groome Relationship Timeline

Consider it or not, Rupert Grint and Georgia Groome have been in a relationship for over a decade now, however you would not know with how personal they’re about it. Although it is unclear when and the way the 2 stars first met, one of many first confirmed stories of their romance got here from Evening Standard in October 2018, when the outlet referred to Groome as Grint’s “girlfriend of seven years.” A month prior, the Daily Mail additionally ran a report on the couple’s “on-off relationship” that it claims started in 2011.

Since then, Grint and Groome have solely been seen out collectively a handful of instances and solely publicly shared the most important milestones from their relationship — together with the delivery of their 2-year-old daughter, Wednesday, whom they welcomed in Could 2020. Lower than a month earlier than then, a rep for Grint introduced that the actor and his longtime girlfriend had been anticipating their first little one collectively. This, in fact, despatched the web right into a frenzy for 2 causes: one, most individuals nonetheless consider Grint as his well-known Harry Potter character, Ron Weasley. And two, simply as many individuals did not notice Grint was courting the actor who performed Georgia Nicolson from “Angus, Thongs and Good Snogging.”

Grint’s declare to fame is not solely restricted to his Harry Potter movies. He additionally stars in Netflix’s anthology horror collection “Guillermo del Toro’s Cupboard of Curiosities,” which premiered Oct. 25. In the meantime, Groome has acted in a handful of shorts, TV reveals, and flicks since starring in her Nickelodeon movie.

Through the years, it appears Grint and Groome have labored additional time to maintain their relationship underneath wraps, however learn forward for every little thing we do find out about their courting timeline.

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