Florence Pugh sparks rumours she's secretly married Zach Braff, 45, as pal refers to her as ‘Florence Pugh Braff’
FLORENCE Pugh has sparked rumours she has wed her boyfriend Zach Braff after sharing a post from a friend in which he called her FPB.
Trevor Tuttle, a visual effects artist, celebrated the actress's 25th birthday with a post which read: "Happy birthday to this shining shaker! Your spirit is infectious, your laugh hilarious. You’ve made this awkward year kinda delightful with your pizzas and antics. Much love FPB!"
But his use of the acronym at theend has left fans wondering if Little Women star Florence and Zach, 45, have wed, nearly two years after they first began dating.
The pair were first rumoured to be dating in April 2019 after they were spotted together in New York City.
"Florence Pugh BRAFF?? she and Zach got married spread the word," commented one fan as another tweeted: "WHAT DID FLORENCE PUGH AND ZAC ZACH BRADF GET MARRIED (sic) ?!?!!!" The Sun has contacted reps for Florence and Zach for comment.
Zach also paid tribute to Florence on Instagram, writing: "Happy Birthday to the most fun person I’ve ever met. I would have felt blessed to have smiled with your for one night. I can’t believe I get to giggle with you everyday. What a pleasure it is to know you. What a gift to the world it was that you were born."
Last year, Florence was forced to defend her romance with the US star after they were criticised for their 20 year age gap when she posted a birthday tribute to the former Scrubs star.
In April 2020, she said: "Within about eight minutes of the photo being posted I had about 70 people in the comments hurling abuse and being horrid, and basically bullying someone on my page."
"I will not allow that behaviour on my page, I'm not about that," she continued.
"It makes me upset, it makes me sad that during this time when we really all need to be together, we need to be supporting one another.
"We need to be loving one another, the world is aching and the world is dying and a few of you have decided to bully for no reason."
She stressed that she is a grown woman and capable of making her own decisions: "I do not need you tell me who I should and should not love, and I would never in my life ever tell anyone who they can and cannot love."
"It's embarrassing, it's sad, and I don't know when cyber-bullying became trendy, I don't know when it became a point system, I don't know why it's a cool thing, and that's never been what my page has been about," she concluded.
It is thought the pair met when they worked together on Zach's short film In the Time It Takes to Get There, which also starred Alicia Silverstone.
Florence was nominated for the EE BAFTA Rising Star award in 2018 after making her film debut in 2014's The Falling, alongside Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams.
She has starred in Netflix's Outlaw King, horror flick Midsommar, and in 2021 she will star alongside Scarlett Johannson in Black Widow.
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