After all the speculation, Sebastián Rulli and Angelique Boyer finally announced their relationship!Yes, we already knew they were dating, it was just a matter of time until they officially revealed it. Rumors of an on-set romance between the two of them began back in 2010, when both actors costarred in “Teresa.” However, it was only one of them who ended up finding love there.

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Since their on-screen chemistry was undeniable, they were cast together yet again to costar “Lo Que La Vida Me Robó,” and the rumors intensified even more.

Eventually, both Boyer and Rulli ended up single, Sebastián breaking up with Araceli Arámbula about a year ago, and Angelique ending her relationship with “El Güero” Castro back in March.

And today, after denying their romance for so long, Sebastián Rulli posted the following message on Twitter, “First partners, then friends and thank God’s time, which is perfect, now we’re together by the love we feel for each other and we would like to keep walking together on that path. Born and raised Dominican living in New York (do not confuse with Dominican-York), who claims to be Sofia Vergara’s long lost daughter and who has an unhealthy obsession with JLo.

With our feet on the ground and our eyes on the moon. ” Rulli posted, along with a photo of him and Angelique when they were babies. Associate Editor of Latin Times, overseeing the editorial operation and content strategy of the website.

She later retweeted the same message, as if she was giving her stamp of approval. Trained journalist and musical theater performer with solid entertainment instincts.

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Maria began her career in journalism in her native Dominican Republic where she worked for Ritmo Social, one of the country's most prestigious magazines, and as on-air co-host of a radio variety show.

Rulli began his career modeling in many different countries in Europe, namely Spain, Italy and France as well as in Mexico and the United States.

In Mexico, he enrolled in Televisa's Centro de Educación Artística (CEA), where he studied acting.

Rulli made his first appearance on Mexican television in the soap opera Primer amor, a mil por hora in 2000.

He has appeared in telenovelas including Clase 406 (2002) and Rubí (2004), where he played Héctor Ferrer.