Even though their relationship is nothing if not perfect, that does not mean that Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers are getting married anytime soon! In fact, the actress revealed that at this point, there is absolutely no planning being done and she explained why as well!
As fans know, the two are engaged and very happy but since their wedding plans are at a 0%, it’s safe to say the next step in their relationship is nowhere in sight – for now.
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While on the Today Show to promote her new movie, Felicity Jones, Last Letter from Your Lover, the actress revealed that because of the pandemic, their nuptials are definitely not their number one priority.
When asked what the most ‘exciting’ part of planning the wedding has been, she made it clear that: ‘Honestly, that is not even a conversation we have had with the world today, we have not even talked about it. I am not sure what the most exciting component of that will be.’
The pair shared the news of their engagement with the public back in February and in the meantime, they have been travelling together, having the time of their lives in spite of everything going on in the world.
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Since making their relationship public, Shailene has also been quite open about their lives together and how she’s been adjusting to dating a famous athlete.
As it turns out, the actress does not feel any pressure to be a football superfan now just because she’s engaged to a football player.
While on Late Night with Seth Myers, she dished that: ‘The Packers games are the only ones that I find really interesting because I have people to root for. But it is a whole new world, learning all of the different—I still am always, ‘Oh, you scored a goal.’ He is like, ‘It’s a touchdown.’ Or I woul be like, ‘You crossed the line,’ and he is like, ‘It’s a yard,’ or whatever. I still cannot get it right, but I’m learning, slowly but surely.’