Millie Bobby Brown
Stranger Things co-stars Noah Schnapp and Millie Bobby Brown
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Stranger Things co-stars Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp just revealed that they'll be getting married to each other if they're both still single at 40.

The co-stars interviewed each other on MTV News where they not only asked each other questions about their friendship and their shows' new season (Stranger Things just dropped season 4) but also revealed that they had created a marriage pact under the condition of no kids.

Millie revealed that she'd betrothed herself to Noah over the sheer fact that in her own words,  "we'd be good roomies".


She also added that their relationship would be completely platonic.


"I could not deal with a child of yours," Millie joked and Noah agreed, "Mmh. That's my deal-breaker."

To which Millie quipped "That's my deal-breaker, too!"


So the two adorable teenagers ended up on agreeing no kids but yes to dogs. And separate bedrooms for them as well because according to Millie, Noah is quite messy.

The duo also touched on their beautiful friendship which started 6 years ago on the set of their hit Netflix series, Stranger Things when they were practically babies.

Millie revealed that Noah is "one of the longest friends" she's ever had as she did not grow up in school thus making childhood friends especially her age was a challenge.


"We both encourage each other and cheer each other on when we're doing well. And it's nice to have that support," Noah said in regards to his budding friendship with Millie.

"Something I do wanna add is that being a young girl in the industry, it's really hard when you are constantly surrounded by male energy," Millie said before adding that she is grateful for Noah because he has always made her feel comfortable.

"Something that Noah has always done so well is made me feel so comfortable, so empowered. He has always been my biggest supporter, cheering me on,"  the flourishing actress finished off.

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