Suki Waterhouse didn’t have sex for six months during a period of celibacy before her relationship with Robert Pattinson.
In a rare interview, the Daisy Jones and the Six star, 31, gave an intimate insight into her relationship with boyfriend Robert, 37. Things have been going strong for the pair who have been together since 2018 and moved in earlier this year.
One of Hollywood’s most low-key couples, their appearances together are rare, but romantic (this year’s Met Gala spectacle was about as loved up as it gets).
But as far as sharing their relationship goes, the A-list couple usually keep themselves to themselves.
Suki has now opened up about her period of celibacy before meeting the Twilight star.
For half a year, she revealed that she had ‘no dates, no nothing’ before falling for Robert in 2018.
‘It turned out to be great. I got very clear and got very comfortable with being by myself—then I ended up meeting my boyfriend,’ she said on Apple’s Driven Minds: A Type 7 podcast.
‘It’s just something about taking away the chaos of receiving attention, having to deal with it and texting people and getting those lurches of excitement.’
She went on: ‘It felt extra special in a way.’
Speaking to Gillian Sagansky, Suki also opened up about her ‘anxiety’ when moving in with Robert.
‘I’ve been having such a crushing weight of anxiety because I’ve moved. I wasn’t there for the move, so everything just got boxed up and sent,’ she said.
The actress also revealed she hired a ‘professional cleaner’ to help organise her things before she moved out of her apartment and into his space.
‘It doesn’t feel like that much of a crazy thing. And I’m very lucky because he is so accepting of the mess and the chaos. He never says anything about it,’ she continued. ‘He kind of thinks it’s like, charming. So I’m very lucky for that.’
Thank you for making us believe in love during the year of celebrity divorce, Suki!
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