Behind Millie Bobby Brown and Jake Bongiovi’s New Romance: How Did They Meet?

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Millie Bobby Brown shook social networks after photos of her holding hands with Jake Bongiovi, son of the singer Jon Bon Jovi, on a walk through the streets of New York. The duo had their fingers intertwined when they were captured by the paparazzi. Although they had face masks, their faces were quickly recognized by the camera lens, and with it their apparent relationship.

According to various entertainment sites, 17-year-old Millie and 19-year-old Jake met through mutual friends and began to hit it off instantly. Although neither has made their supposed romance official, recent snapshots already confirm it. The dating rumors began in early June, when he posted a photo on June 3 with the star of «Stranger Things» inside a car.

The New Jersey native captioned the photo “Bff <3," to which Bobby Brown replied "BFF" with the unicorn emoji. So far this month, Millie and Jake have exchanged flirty messages on social media, leading to the impression that they are more than friends. Jake Bongiovi He is the last of four children that the “It’s My Life” musician shares with his wife. Dorothea Hurley.

Before her departure with Bongiovi, the protagonist of “Enola Holmes” was previously linked to the rugby player, Joseph Robinson, in January 2020, following his relationship with the social media star Jacob Sartorius. The Us Weekly website was the first to break the news of Brown and Sartorius’ affair in January 2018, but they broke up seven months later.

“The decision with Jacob and I was completely mutual,” the British star wrote in a statement shared on her Instagram Story in July 2018. “We are both happy and remain friends.” In addition to her relationship with Jake, Millie is focused on her acting projects ranging from «Stranger Things 4», «Enola Holmes 2» and his recent contract to participate in the thriller based on the novel “What happened to the Medusa”by the American writer Ali Benjamin.


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