Millie Bobby Brown calls boyfriend Jake Bongiovi her 'partner for life' in touching Instagram post
Millie Bobby Brown celebrated 2022 with a heartfelt Instagram post.
The "Stranger Things" star called boyfriend Jake Bongiovi her "partner for life" in the caption.
The pair have been in a relationship since 2021.
"Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown has had an incredibly busy few years thanks to working on the hit Netflix series, in which she plays telekinetic teenager, Eleven. 2022 saw the release of "Stranger Things" season four, as well as "Enola Holmes 2," which stars Brown as the titular young detective.
The actor recently took to Instagram to celebrate her successful year with a series of photos from her travels around the world, including some snaps of herself with her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi.
Brown said she's grateful for Bongiovi in the post's touching caption, as well as calling him her "partner for life."
She wrote: "Endlessly in love with the year I've had! grateful for my friends, family, donkey (bernard), my doggies, my puppies teeth, and my partner for life. here's to another year with you and the wonderful people and animals around us let's do it again but better!"
Aside from the romantic black-and-white photo booth pictures and dog photos, there are also shots of the pair in the car, and on an ice rink.
The pair have been dating since 2021, and have made several high-profile appearances together in that time, including walking the carpet together at the BAFTA Film Awards in March 2022, the "Stranger Things" season four premiere in May, and the "Enola Holmes 2" premiere in October.
Bongiovi commented on the post, writing: "Your year babe love you so much." He also shared a collection of photos to Instagram with the caption: "Love is all you need."
His post included shots of the pair traveling and swimming, as well as the occasional dog photo.
Brown is gearing up to work on "Stranger Things" season five, but back in October, she told "Good Morning America" that it's going to be hard saying goodbye to the science fiction series.
"It's gonna be hard, of course. It's like my high school, I grew up on the show. They're like my school friends. You know, it's gonna be hard," the actor said.
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