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Following his role in To All The Boys I Loved Before, Noah Centineo was crowned the Internet’s new boyfriend (sorry, Tom Holland) but it looks like our beau is off the market.

The actor is reportedly dating Alexis Ren and we may be a little bit heartbroken.

Just a little.

Well, a lot.

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According to Us Weekly, the couple have been together for months. 

A witness told the publication that Noah was spotted collecting his beau from the airport in L.A. Alexis is an influencer, with a whopping 13 million followers on Instagram. The social media star also appeared on Dancing With The Stars.

“He picked her up as she was on my flight. He was waiting for her at baggage claim. He kissed her on the head, [and] they were holding hands and hugging,” they revealed.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Another source spotted the couple leaving a restaurant in L.A. together; “He wrapped his arm around [Ren] and kissed the side of her forehead and kept her in a tight side-hug as they walked to the valet,"

Noah returns to the screen as Peter Kavinsky in To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You. The teen, rom-com is set for release on February 12, 2020.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Noah’s real love life may be flourishing but it looks like his character, Peter’s relationship will be tested when John Ambrose McClaren makes an unexpected appearance.

Click here for more information about To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You.

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At first glance, 20-year-old Alexis Ren seems to live a charmed life, sharing filtered snaps of tropical locations and amazing experiences with her 9 million Instagram followers.

The stunning model shares hundreds of bikini snaps on her page, showcasing her enviable good looks, but the LA native admits that it's not always as it seems. 

The Instagram super star has previously opened up about her body confidence issues, and admitted that despite being called perfect by her followers in every comment section, the model has struggled with a punishing regimen. 

 

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Now, the Insta model has revealed to Cosmo that working in the cut-throat modelling industry left her with major body confidence issues. 

While working in Australia, the model gained a bit of weight without noticing, but her agency certainly did. 

'They were like, 'You did gain weight and if you could start working out a little bit more…'" she told Cosmo. '

'I just felt so out of control.'

 

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'I was my worst critic ever,' she said. 'The only sense of relief I had was to be able to monitor my eating and my workouts.'

The star previously admitted via Twitter that she struggled with disordered eating. 

Taking to the social media site, Alexis said that she has previously pushed herself to the point of malnourishment through her work, and that this unhealthy state is apparent in her older posts.

She also stated that she previously struggled with a 'toxic state of mind' when it came to food and fitness. 

She felt that people only liked her for her body, and felt forced to push herself to maintain it. 

Alexis also revealed that she felt some guilt about her negative state of mind. 

'I would look at my profile and be like, "Look at this girl! She has, like, the most perfect life!' and I would feel so guilty for not feeling blessed all the time,' she told Cosmo.

 

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Thankfully, Alexis is moving past her disordered thoughts about her body, and told her Twitter followers that she no longer uses food and exercise to punish herself. 

Kudos to Alexis for pulling back the perfectly-filtered veil on her Instagram life to reveal the real struggles behind it. 

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Alexis Ren has amassed over 8.8 million Instagram followers thanks to her tropical, bikini-clad lifestyle.

Showcasing her fit figure on the social media site has propelled her influencer and modelling career, and the perfectly filtered beach shots are envy-inducing. 

 

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Now, the Instagram super star has opened up about her body confidence issues, and admitted that despite being called perfect by her followers in every comment section, the model has struggled with a punishing regimen. 

Taking to Twitter, Alexis admitted that she has previously pushed herself to the point of malnourishment through her work, and that this unhealthy state is apparent in her older posts.

She also stated that she previously struggled with a 'toxic state of mind' when it came to food and fitness. 

'I've gone through a lot as far as health. I overworked myself to the point of malnourishment,' she tweeted.

'I was in a toxic state of mind, and I'm so grateful to be out of that f****** mindset.'

Thankfully, the Instagram model is not on the road to recovering from her toxic relationship with food, saying that she no longer uses exercise to punish herself, and is able to eat her meals without guilt. 

 Maintaining the 'perfect,' 'literally goals' bikini body is a ful time job, and Alexis previously put it down to keeping to a healthy lifestyle.

'I love to show off my body, and I feel like I earned it, because I work out every day. I’m really healthy, and that’s one of the things I pride myself on,' she told The Cut last year. 

 

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Alexis's recent admission that behind the scenes, things weren't so perfect, is a valuable reminder to us all that even the most aesthetically pleasing Instagram feed may not be as perfect as it seems.

Kudos to Alexis for pulling back the filtered veil and reminding all 8.8 million of her followers that health is far more important that the ultimate beach pose, and for having the courage to admit to her difficulties without shame.  

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