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Bella Thorne gushes over beau’s ‘British manners’

Published 25/06/2015

Gregg Sulkin and Bella Thorne
Gregg Sulkin and Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne thinks it's sweet that her new boyfriend Gregg Sulkin helped a wheelchair-bound lady escape danger.

The DUFF actress is currently dating Gregg Sulkin, who was born and raised in London.

And Bella can’t get enough of his gentlemanly ways.

"He's one of the most amazing people I've ever met. He's so kind, so sweet," the 17-year-old gushed to Us Weekly magazine. "He's very caring even when he doesn't need to be. And I think maybe it’s because he’s raised in such a great way with his British manners."

Bella and Gregg, 23, recently enjoyed a double date with his parents at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood.

While the foursome watched a showing of Jurassic World, the fire alarm was pulled 15 minutes before the movie ended.

And Gregg went out of his way to help a stranger.

"There was this woman in a wheelchair and he sent me and his mum down and [he was] like, 'No, we have to help this woman get out of here.' It was so sweet," she recalled. "It took them, I don't know, 35 minutes to help her get out because you have to take the stairs."

The couple have been friends for six years.

And although Bella is excited about their blossoming romance, she is convinced they’ll remain pals whether or not they split in the future.

"We met through Facebook. Well, technically we met through the Disney circle. He was on Wizards of Waverly Place and I was just starting my first show Shake It Up," she explained. "We're gonna see how it goes over the next few months. We've always been pretty close."

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