The 100's Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley open up about their surprise wedding

Photo credit: The CW
Photo credit: The CW

From Digital Spy

The 100's Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley have open up about their surprise wedding during their appearance at Comic-Con.

Last month, the two stars came clean about their secret real-life relationship on social media by announcing their surprise marriage.

Speaking at San Diego Comic-Con, Taylor said that the couple are "very happy" with married life. "We love it."

Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

They didn't want to reveal too much about their secret wedding day, however, with Morley explaining: "We value our privacy, I think. "Private life’s called that because it should be private."

The pair announced the news of their surprise wedding by each sharing a social media post. "Recently I married my best friend and soul mate @WildpipM. We are very happy and ask that you keep your comments kind and respect our privacy at this time," wrote Taylor on Twitter.

While Morley wrote: "It is with such a full heart that I call @MisElizaJane my wife This is something we both cherish very deeply and are beyond happy. Please remember to be respectful and kind to one another. Be well be kind."

The two of them got to share an emotional scene together in season six of the CW show, as Morley's character, Bellamy Blake, desperately tried to revive Taylor's Clarke Griffin.

"[It was a] really emotional scene, said Taylor, before joking: "Bob did all the heavy lifting, though. I had my eyes closed."

Morley is set to direct an upcoming episode of The 100, with Taylor also helming one in season seven.

The 100 airs on The CW in the US. E4 airs the show in the UK.

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