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Lily Collins and fiance Charlie McDowell’s feelings for each other ‘solidified’ in quarantine

OHMYGOSSIP — Lily Collins says quarantine only strengthened her relationship with now-fiance Charlie McDowell.
The ‘Emily in Paris’ star got engaged after the 37-year-old filmmaker popped the question in September, and while other couple’s relationships were tested by staying at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, for them, it “solidified” what they “already knew about each other”.
Speaking to fashion designer Alber Elbaz about getting engaged in quarantine in an interview for L’Officiel USA, Emily said: “What’s interesting is that Charlie [McDowell] and I met just before Emily in Paris, and we got engaged this September. Quarantine has made and broken up a lot of people, but the time together just solidified what we already knew about each other. As you just said, everyone has very much been who they are these last few months, because there aren’t any external distractions. We’re all really getting back to the core of who we are without the layers of society. When you’ve seen someone at their best and at their worst and you’re still right there with them, that’s a beautiful thing.”
While the 31-year-old actress – who is the daughter of musician Phil Collins and his ex-wife Jill Tavelman – has missed the “social” aspect of her work life, she has loved being able to be at home and see her hit Netflix series ‘Emily in Paris’ become a “global sensation”, and it’s also helped to keep her humble.
She explained: “On the other side, quarantine has been a great way of separating work and personal life in a way. Right? I mean, I got engaged during quarantine, and even though I have ‘Mank’ coming out, I didn’t have to immediately leave for weeks to go on a press tour for it. I’ve been able to talk about the movie, which I’m so passionate about, from home and then go on a walk with my dog after.
“I really rely on my friends and family and – to some extent even myself – to bring me back down if I ever find myself wanting to “drink the perfume.” It’s been really amazing to be at home and watch ‘Emily in Paris’ become this global sensation that no one expected but also humbling to not have it become my everything. To keep sniffing it, like you said.”

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