On Sunday, big fans of Stelena were on cloud nine when Paul Wesley posted a photo of himself and Nina Dobrev from bg-time web series, The Vampire Diaries on Instagram. Wesley, who portrayed Stefan on that programme, posted a photo of the two of instagram account with the phrase “Dobreva reunion,” suggesting that they had a brilliant reunion on Sunday night.
The pair recently appeared in The Vampire Diaries’ last season, which ended in 2017 after airing its debut episode in 2009.
Elena Gilbert played by Nina and Stefan Salvatore played by Paul were seeing each other during the programme when it began, although as the plot developed over time, She fell for Stefan’s brother Damon and ultimately became engaged to him. The renowned character of Damon was played by Ian Somerhalder. Fans have argued over whether Stelena or Delena is the better coupling for decades. The Stelena fans must be pleased with this reunion with Paul and Nina.
On the job, Nina was often spotted inside the January 2022 release Redemptive Love, where the actress assumed the role of Mae.
Her next Netflix comedy movie The Out-Laws will include her shortly. Dobrev will star in the Tyler Spindel-directed movie with actors including Adam DeVine, Ellen Barkin, Pierce Brosnan, Michael Rooker, and more. Paul most recently appeared as James T. Kirk in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ season finale as Nina explores the big screen.
Since she co-starred in the revolutionary show alongside Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley as heroine Elena Gilbert, Nina Dobrev has been infamously associated with it.
After getting apart due to the busy schedules, her boyfriend started watching her show.
The 35-year-old celebrity revealed that he started watching the show when his lover Nina was abroad doing a movie in Canada. On Saturday, the sportsman remarked on the series and shared that, in fact, he loved the episode and added, “It was nice.” In response, White said, “I wasn’t gonna meet her for about 3 months, thus I was like, ‘well this sounds good, I’ll begin the show,'” adding, “I’ll meet her without touching her.” Feel the presence like this and will watch her hard-work at the same time.