To promote season 4 of Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp interviewed each other for MTV News.
The co-stars are also very good friends in real life, and in an adorable clip, Brown said that they have a “marriage pact.”The now-teenagers have sworn that they would get married to each other if they’re both still single at 40-years-old.
They’ve got a few decades to figure things out, but Brown and Schnapp already have a few conditions for their potential union. In the adorable clip, they talk excitedly about what it would be like to get to live your life with your best friend “completely platonically.”
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“We said if we’re not married by 40, we’ll get married together,” Brown began, adding it’s because the pair of friends would “be good roomies.”“We would,” Schnapp agreed. “No kids, though, cause I could not deal with a child of yours,” Brown joked.Her friend agreed, saying, “That’s my deal-breaker. No kids.”Schnapp and Brown eventually said they’d be happy to share a few dogs together and sleep in “separate bedrooms for sure.”The potential couple met while filming the very first season of Stranger Things all the way back in 2015.
They play friends on the show and formed a close bond off camera. But 18-year-old Brown is currently dating someone, Jon Bon Jovi’s son Jake Bongiovi, and it seems like the relationship is going great.
They first sparked rumors that they were dating in June of 2021, and have since confirmed their relationship on Instagram.Bongiovi also walked down the red carpet with Brown for the season 4 premiere, and they stopped to pose for pictures and make things “red carpet official.”
Bongiovi later shared some of those pictures on Instagram to celebrate his girlfriend, writing in the caption, “Congratulations babe u deserve the world love you.”
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