Jodie Comer says James Burke romance is ‘like nothing else’ in rare love life insight
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Jodie Comer has spilled the beans about her sweet romance with hunky American beau James Burke.
The Killing Eve actress, 27, and lacrosse player James, 26, are thought to have hit it off while Josie was filming for new flick, Free Guy, alongside Ryan Reynolds.
And in a rare glimpse into her love life, Liverpudlian Jodie has told that she's never quite felt the same about anyone else.
"You know, I would never want to speak badly about people in my past," she told Sunday Times Style Magazine, " but yes, this relationship feels very different.
"This feels like nothing else. When you actually feel it, you're like, 'Ahhh, so this is what it feels like!' And it was special.
It's thought they met when Jodie was filming in Boston last year
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"I was away, it was the height of summer, I was doing this incredible job that was so much fun, it was my first time working in the States. So it was a lot of firsts."
But Jodie admitted that the pandemic has thrown a spanner in the works as the two lovebirds are stuck on opposite sides of the Atlantic.
But they've managed to make it work with the miracle of modern tech, Jodie said.
Jodie said they're making their relationship work despite the distance between them
She added: "It has been tricky… there's a lot of FaceTiming. But it's working! It's good. It's really good. It's like with anything in life, if you want it enough you make it work."
This comes after fans alleged that James was Donald Trump-supporter, something Jodie refused to confirm or deny.
Some fans insisted screenshots, which they claimed were of James' social media, showed he followed Trump.
The actress hit back at trolls who claimed James was a Trump supporter without evidence
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Speaking with Porter Magazine, Jodie said: "All this false information came out about him, and people just ridiculed him and me, and my family.
"People took these tweets as truth. That was the biggest time my life has been kind of blown up and publicised in that way."
While many fans defended Jodie, others declared – without evidence – that James must be a Trump supporter and began calls for the star to be "cancelled."