Riverdale Cast Dating History: From On-Screen Love Interests to Real-Life Romance

– “Riverdale” cast members have been involved in a few high-profile romantic pairings offscreen.
– Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart, who played love interests in the series, dated from 2017 to 2020.
– Camila Mendes and Charles Melton, as well as Madelaine Petsch and rapper Travis Mills, also met on the show and started dating.

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For seven seasons, “Riverdale” has captured audiences with its tantalizing onscreen relationships, and offscreen, some of the cast members have found love as well. The most notable relationship was between Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart, who played each other’s love interest on the show and went on to date for three years in real life. In 2020, Sprouse shared on Instagram that they had separated, and in 2023, he reflected on their breakup during a podcast interview, revealing he should have left their relationship earlier had he loved himself more.

But Sprouse and Reinhart aren’t the only “Riverdale” duo with an offscreen romance. Camila Mendes and Charles Melton began dating in 2018 following their characters’ on-screen relationship, and Madelaine Petsch met rapper Travis Mills during casting for the show. In March 2022, Reinhart and Mendes posted a TikTok video making fun of their shared dating histories, showing their puzzled faces floating around in space while trying to figure out how to date people they don’t work with.

While some of the “Riverdale” cast members have found love on set, others have looked outside the show for romance. KJ Apa was linked to model Clara Berry in 2021, and Vanessa Morgan welcomed a son with hockey player Michael Kopech the same year. Meanwhile, Casey Cott has been dating his girlfriend, who is not in the entertainment industry, for several years.

As the series comes to an end, fans of “Riverdale” can reflect on the many relationships that have unfolded both on and off screen. Regardless of their current relationship statuses, the cast will always be remembered for the impact they left on the show and its viewers.