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The Netflix film To All The Boys I've Loved Before was a major hit last year. It basically gave the entire world a collective crush on the movie's breakout stars, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. 

Now everyone is eagerly awaiting the sequel, which was officially announced as in-the-works last month. In the meantime, Condor is dropping some previously unknown knowledge about her working relationship with Centineo. 

In a recent interview on The Tonight Show, she revealed to Jimmy Fallon that she "felt something" when the costars were first getting to know each other.

A movie you can't not love.

It's been several months since Netflix dropped To All The Boys I've Loved Before, a teen rom-com about the trials and tribulations of young love. And yes, we are still obsessed with it.

The perfect pair.

These two crushed their performances as Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky. We were rooting for them to work it out all along.

So precious.

Stop it, you two! There should be laws against this level of cuteness.

One more for good measure.

Look at Centineo's smile. That smile doesn't lie, folks!

Life imitates art.

As precious as these two are together, apparently Condor was upfront with Centineo about their working relationship. According to Condor herself, she wanted to keep things professional.

Potential sparks.

She told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show that she "felt something" when her and Centineo first began getting to know each other. Intriguing, right??

Not so fast.

But like her character in the movie, she proposed making a contract of sorts that established some ground rules between the two. And we are honestly very impressed.

Nothing to see here, people.

"I said, 'Noah, it's not going to happen between us,'" Condor told Fallon. In related news, OMG. 

Sign, sealed, delivered.

"We kind of did what we did in To All The Boys, the movie," she laughed. "We made a contract and set boundaries. I'm so happy that we did that, because the movie turned out great, and now we're doing a sequel."

When you can't handle the preciousness of it all.

For some reason, this makes them that much more endearing. And it's really unfair. Good for these two mature young actors. We can't say the same about the cast of Riverdale after all.

Fans have mixed feelings.

So you're telling me #Lanoah could've been a real thing? The world is not sure how to feel about this.

She's taken. 

Of course, Condor has been in a relationship for two years, so it shouldn't be all that surprising that she kept things profesh. We wouldn't expect anything less!

And Centineo likes the guy!

Condor is dating actor Antony De La Torre. Centineo himself once said that De La Torre is "an amazing guy."

All's well that ends well. 

We've got our eyes on the prize, a.k.a. the TATBILB sequel. Hurry up, Netflix!