Things You Didn’t Know About Jason Momoa And Lisa Bonet’s Relationship

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Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet are one of the most low-key celebrity couples out there, but that is what makes them so intriguing. The handsome Game of Thrones and Aquaman actor and the beloved former The Cosby Show actress have been together for quite some time now and have shared some really sweet moments of themselves and their family with fans on social media, but there is still so much to know about the stunning and talented pair and their romance. From a chance meeting to marriage and kids, here are 12 things you never knew about Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet’s relationship:

12. How They Met

Back in 2005, Momoa was just getting his career off the ground as Ronon Dex in Stargate: Atlantis after no one would take him seriously following his Baywatch role, when he met the love of his life, Lisa Bonet, thanks to some friends. “We met through mutual friends. But when I first met her, she didn’t know I was a stalker, but I was,” he joked. “I was with one of my best friends and when I turned around, and they were going to introduce us, literally like, FIREWORKS. She said, ‘Hi, I’m Lisa.’ And I said ‘Hi, I’m Jason’ and I turn around to my buddy like, freaking out. Inside, I was like a little girl and I deepened my voice and tried to pull it together. She definitely makes me shy.”

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11. Love At First Sight

Due to his reaction, it is easy to tell that it was most definitely love at first sight for Momoa at least. The night they met there was some definite chemistry, and the actor revealed that he “convinced” her to take him home because he didn’t have a car and was living in a hotel at the time. She agreed and they technically had their first date that night when they went to Cafe 101 at his hotel, and if Momoa wasn’t sure if he was already in love or not, he was definitely sure once she ordered a Guinness. “We sat down, she ordered a Guinness, and that was it. I beyond love Guinness. We had Guinness and grits, and the rest is history,” he gushed to James Corden in an interview.