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Millie Bobby Brown and Jake Bongiovi Make Their Red Carpet Debut

Millie Bobby Brown and her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi are crimson carpet official.

The “Stranger Issues” star and Jon Bon Jovi’s son, who first confirmed they have been courting in November 2021, snuggled up to one another whereas posing for footage on the 2022 BAFTA Awards on Sunday. 

Brown, 18, strutted down the crimson carpet in a black velvet costume that additionally included lace, a plunging neckline, and a protracted practice. 

Bongiovi, 19,  complimented his girlfriend in a traditional black swimsuit with an identical bowtie. He additionally pinned the Ukrainian flag to his lapel. 

Since confirming their relationship on Instagram in November, the couple have posted a number of footage collectively.

Brown shared their first picture which was a blurry snap of them embracing on the London Eye. 

That very same day, Bongiovi uploaded an image of them consuming tea to Instagram. 

“We’re beginning a band,” he wrote within the caption. “Ship identify concepts.” 

They shared a glimpse into their vacation celebrations with extra posts the next month. One confirmed the couple placing on their masks in entrance of the Rockefeller Middle Christmas tree.

On Brown’s birthday in February, she uploaded footage of them sporting matching bleach blond hairstyles for her celebration.

“Hey ken!” Brown captioned the Instagram picture, referencing their Barbie and Ken apparel.

Bongiovi commented, “Ur rly fairly.” 

The couple have been two of many celebrities to make a grand entrance on the 2022 BAFTA Awards, which was held on the Royal Albert Corridor in London. 

Woman Gaga, Florence Pugh, Emma Watson, Naomi Campbell, Benedict Cumberbatch and Salma Hayek additionally attended.

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