While working on a film just a couple of years ago, this pretty actress from a famous family fell in love with one of her male costars.
The relationship progressed, and they eventually got engaged. Sweet, right?
A couple of years later, our actress started working on a film with a different handsome male actor. Uh oh.
They began having an affair, and, long story short, our actress broke off her engagement with the first actor to be with the second actor.
Now, many months later, she is finally being seen in public with the second male actor.
However, their publicists REALLY don’t want you to view our actress as some sl*tty girl who had an affair behind her fiance’s back.
And they REALLY don’t want you to view our second actor as some horndog of a guy who broke up the engagement.
Why ruin two such promising careers and two such stellar reputations when you can just lie about it?
So everyone is going to pretend that new relationship is completely separate from the old one.
They are going to pretend that she is such a lucky girl to have found such a great guy well AFTER she suffered the terrible heartbreak of a broken engagement. (There was no affair! There was no cheating! The two relationships didn’t overlap at all!)
And the public will root for this very good girl and her very handsome savior when they shine as a new couple in the spotlight of their film’s premiere together later this year.
But you’ll know the truth.
Her affair with the second actor broke up her engagement with the first actor.
Cheating, cheating, cheating. Overlap, overlap, overlap.
1st actor: Boyd Holbrook
2nd actor: Tom Hiddleston