Ashely Benson and Cara Delevingne are officially together and happily posting the cutest couple content. The two met on set while filming their recently released film Her Smell and have been a rumored couple since August 2018, when they were first seen kissing at an airport. 

Delevingne and Benson posted this cuddled up on-set picture, Delevingne captioned the post: "Roxie and Cassie aka ABCD," Roxie and Cassie are their characters name in the movie and ABCD stands for their initials together.

Unfortunately, they had to shut down some homophobic haters on Benson's post. Luckily they had each other to put the commenter in place. 

Pop Crave posted a screenshot of the hateful and homophobic comment thread on its Twitter.

Two people wrote on her post about their disdain for the two actors' relationship. The first is a ridiculous claim that Delevingne is disrespectful and that "Ashley deserves better!" 

The second comment reads: "I'm serious you need to stay away from that devil and never go back I'm sure many strong handsome religious man would take you back in a heartbeat. You are not like this you aren't gay you love men and you need one."

The disturbing comment was an awful thing to leave on her post, and it didn't stand for long. Benson replied, "you need to mind you own business. Stop making things up." 

And that's when Delevingne stepped in: "you are f***ing disgusting! If you have a problem with true love then come and say this s*** to my face instead pathetically hating through Instagram. I genuinely feel sorry for you both, you clearly not happy with your lives and have far too much time on your hands. Maybe get a hobby that doesn't involve being homophobic and hating others for being happy."

Benson responded to her girlfriend's post with a sweet message. 

The trolls can't get these two down for long. Benson left a red heart in her co-star and girlfriend's comments section, along with simply, "My girl." The two are clearly smitten with one another. While their relationship has been mostly private during its beginning stages, they are opening up their romance to the public, which can lead to certain irrational criticisms. 

Benson posted this picture with Delevingne back in May 2018 before rumors sparked of their romantic feelings. 

The two met on the set of Her Smell after getting close right away. Benson's relationship with Delevingne is the first she's had with a woman and is the first time she's been in a relationship this healthy or easy, according to UsWeekly.

Then in August, Benson posted this selfie wearing a necklace with her and Delevingne's initials. 

This sweet post features a hidden Delevingne in the background and a necklace with charms of the two women's initials. This picture was posted during the height of rumors circling around the duo's relationship, just prior to their airport kiss.  

Stylist Jamie Mizrahi posted this snuggled up picture of the couple after the Chanel show in March.

In March, the couple attended the Chanel fashion show together at Paris Fashion Week and stylist Jamie Mizrahi posted a "post show cuddle puddle." The loving embrace proves how true their love is, as Delevingne stated in her response to the haters on Benson's post. 

The couple met while filming the indie movie about '90s women punk-rock bands, titled Her Smell

The film stars Elisabeth Moss as Becky Something in a fictional representation of the '90s punk era. The film also stars Amber Heard and Dylan Gellula. The real-life couple and Gellula play an up-and-coming punk girl band called The Akergirls, and Elisabeth Moss' character mentors them while recovering from drug abuse and mental health disorders.  

In one clip posted to the movie's Instagram, the duo share a kiss.

The on-screen chemistry between the off-screen romance is palpable in this clip from the film. As a "pre-show warm up" the two are seen making out while waiting to perform on stage. Much to the chagrin of their third partner in crime, Dottie O.Z. (Gellula). The three are the epitome of '90s punk-rock stardom with tattoos, bright makeup, grimy hair, and unshaven armpits. 

Benson posed with the other two members of their fictional punk-rock band, The Akergirls. 

The on-screen band is an up-and-coming punk rock trio. They receive a mentorship from a more established woman in the punk scene, Becky Something (Moss). The film premiered on April 12 and is playing in select theaters across the country. 

Benson recently appeared on Jimmy Fallon's late-night show to promote the film and talked about how she got her role. 

Benson was featured on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to promote the flick. She told Fallon about how she got the role thanks to a run-in with Moss at a restaurant during the Cannes Film Festival. Moss told her about the project, and Benson was cast. 

The fictional band, The Akergirls, created a very real music video for their song "Can't Wait." 

In this video, indicative of the '90s punk-rock scene, The Akergirls play a song from the movie in character. The colorful and messy aesthetic captures just the right amount of grunge. Cassie (Delevingne) plays the drums, while Dottie (Gellula) and Roxie (Benson) play guitar and sing.