The two also fell in love in real life but they never got back together. They dated while they were still working together on the series during the early 2000s.
In the show, Keri’s character Felicity was always torn between two men, Noel and Ben. Snow White and Prince Charming really did get their happy ending.
The beautiful actress filed for bankruptcy in the summer of 2013; and she was involved in one of the more tension-filled custody battles in recent Hollywood memory back in 2009.
Her split with estranged husband Daniel Giersch was so contentious that Giersch learned about the birth of his child online at the time, from celebrity gossip reports.
Alright, maybe "free tuition", but GG is a close second. His mouth says "I love you" but his face says "I hate your mom." #RIP Serena: *almost dies* It's cool, don't press charges.
Charles "Chuck" Bartholomew Bass is a main character in the Gossip Girl television adaptation and a recurring character in the series of novels with the same name. Throughout the television series, Chuck has an on-again/off-again relationship with Blair Waldorf. Chuck is generally shown throughout the first two seasons as the group's bad boy, and is frequently manipulative.
He is also good friends with Serena Van Der Woodsen and Dan Humphrey. Chuck Bass was born on January 19, 1991 and grew up as the only child of Bartholomew "Bart" Bass, a self-made billionaire who owns the New York Palace Hotel.
Many movie stars have fallen in love while working together on a film project. We are sure you have your favorite small screen couple who took their love beyond the set, but there are other TV couples which you may not have known were together.
If you want to take a walk down memory lane, or if you just simply want to get the juicy details on Hollywood romances, here are TV couples who became couples in real life.