"The show coming out was already a pretty big life change and just starting the whole quarantine process, that's a huge life change, going through a global pandemic and sharing an apartment with one bedroom with five, sometimes six people," she said. "I think we were just wanting to kind of give it some time and enjoy it while it's new and fresh and just kind of keep that to ourselves."
While she said that some people were correctly guessing that they were together, it certainly made their time together in private, along with their other costars, special.
"It's cool to share this experience with your favorite people and also your favorite person," she said. "I feel very happy."
She also revealed that while they're currently more public about their relationship, things on set haven't changed now that she's with Chase.
"I think because we were friends before this, we understood how we worked as individuals before we were seeing each other. We knew how we worked professionally and we knew each other's personal boundaries. As a rule, we never bring anything negative to set. If there's a disagreement or a conversation that needs to be had that could potentially rain on the parade for that day, that's never something that happens before work," Madelyn continued.
"When we go to set... we're individuals and we are still, at the very minimum, best friends and we are partners and we are screen partners. We're there to support each other. Sometimes you give that person space. Sometimes you go and you pull them aside and you talk with them if they had a difficult scene and they need to download or whatever," she said. "It's whatever your partner needs at the time. I really, really love that and respect that about him and our relationship."
Maybe we'll see more of their relationship come alive on screen now that John B and Sarah together? Guess we'll have to wait and see.
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