Netflix recently released the second season of Sex Education, bringing viewers more awkward sexscapades between the young characters.
In season one, characters Aimee Gibbs (Aimee Lou Wood) and Adam Groff (Connor Swindells) got together for a classic teenage romance.
But it turns out sparks were flying in real life too, with the stars confirming their relationship away from screens too.
Aimee and Connor have shared some adorable selfies together, with Aimee also writing a loved-up caption for a birthday post for "beautiful magnificent" Connor.
In the caption, she cheekily wrote: "Big thank you to Adam Groff and Aimee Gibbs for making all this possible. Not going to say any more because I feel vulnerable but you know the rest."
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The Sex Education cast had an "intimacy director" to choreograph them through the sex scenes in the show, but Aimee and Connor have said their real-life chemistry didn't come into the show.
Speaking back in 2019, Connor told The Telegraph: "There is no confusion to be had between our sex scenes on the show and our own personal life.
"That way, it's like you're not taking anything from your own life. When you do that, you get home at the end of the day and you're depressed and you feel vulnerable, because you've just shown people what you do in the most personal, vulnerable situation."
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Sex Education first hit screens in January 2019, with upwards of 40million viewers watching the first season after it was released.
The series features a number of young stars, but Gillian Anderson plays Dr Jean F Milburn, a well-known sex therapist and the lead character's mother.
Stephen Fry even makes an appearance as himself in the second season too.
Sex Education seasons one and two are available to stream on Netflix
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