Riverdale‘s definite on-screen, alleged off-screen couple Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse lived out the wildest Bughead fanfiction—and seemingly confirmed their real-life dating status—this week in Paris. The two were in town for Rivercon, a French convention for the show, and were photographed by paparazzi kissing in multiple spots around town. Restaurants! Street side! Anywhere the feeling struck! They held hands too.
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They were also dressed to make a statement, regardless of how you feel about Sprouse’s broody professor look. Fans caught them together in the street yesterday:
En direct du sud de la France j’ai guidé un pote pour qu’il trouve le cast de Riverdale à Paris. WELL DONE !!!
ÇA A MARCHÉ !! @lilireinhart – @colesprouse ? #Riverdale pic.twitter.com/cG1dQWSIxk
— Arthur (@_THATSARTHUR) April 2, 2018
And Vanessa Morgan, aka Toni Topaz, shared a Boomerang of Sprouse’s look:
— Cole Sprouse France (@SprouseColeFR) April 2, 2018
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Reinhart and Sprouse have of course posted nothing about each other on their social media today, though Reinhart shared a lovely view of the Eiffel Tower.
The kisses—and clear hand-holding—are steps up from the two’s handsy Hawaiian vacation beach stroll in early January, where they could pass for flirty friends…but like barely. Up until this point, Reinhart and Sprouse have never confirmed their private relationship. Reports they were dating off-screen first went around July 2017, but rumors had already started in the spring.
Sprouse told ELLE.com in April 2017 that “I am one of those guys that’s never ever going to talk about my private life with the public sphere. I mean people can talk about the Jughead as much as they want but when it comes to the personal relationships, I have spent much of my life separating work and play so I will continue to do so.”
Reinhart wrote on her Tumblr that October that her love life isn’t for public consumption. “It’s horrifying how invested some people are in my love life,” she started. “Emphasis on ‘my.’ It is mine. It is private. If a stranger’s love life is causing you anger, frustration or anxiety… please reevaluate your priorities.”
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.