In To All the Boys I've Loved Before, actress Lana Condor lives out every teenage girl's worst nightmare.
Condor plays Lara Jean Song Covey, a sweet school student who pens secret love letters to her crushes that she plans to never send. It's an outlet. We get it.
Unfortunately for Lara, someone gets a hold of these gushy letters and posts them. All of them. Naturally, they all seek her out for an explanation and extreme awkwardness and maybe even some romance ensue.
For Lana, the 21-year-old Vietnamese-American actress who scored the lead role in the Netflix original film, dating isn't caught so fraught with danger.
In fact, she told Cosmopolitan she's been in a three-year relationship with boyfriend Anthony De La Torre and is super happy. So just remember that when you're watching her cringe on-screen over her pen pal nightmares.
Talking about her boyfriend, Lana said:
Lana said her boyfriend is super chill about all her faux romances in movies because he's also an actor.
"He's had a couple different working experiences where he's had to make out with someone and of course I'm like, 'I'll kill her,'" she said.
"But he's very supportive and I'm just happy that he's working. He's really supportive and really chill about it but his family [isn't], like his brother called me the other day because he saw the trailer and he said, 'Hey your trailer looks amazing, I love it so much but I also want to throw up because I don't want to see you with someone besides my brother'."
While Lana doesn't have any imminent plans to head down the aisle herself, she's pumped for the wedding of Sophie Turner, her close friend and co-star in X-Men: Apocalypse, and Joe Jonas.
"We actually lived together for a second in Montreal when we were shooting there and we all got really close. Sophie is an incredible girl," Lana said.
But as for whether she'd be invited to Sophie's wedding, Lana was less certain.
"I don't know. That's a good question. I haven't heard much about it so I don't know. I know that it seems like that they are trying to have a smaller wedding so my feelings won't be hurt if I don't get an invited to the wedding but it will be very cool if I do," she said, diplomatically.
We're still waiting for our invite. No rush, Soph.