After making their relationship official on Instagram just a few weeks ago, Tyler Lepley and Miracle Watts stepped out at Prime Video’s premiere of Harlem Thursday night at the AMC Magic Johnson Theater in New York City.
According to Bossip, the charming couple walked their first red carpet together at the lavish event along with a slew of celebrity guests, local creatives, and the cast of the highly-anticipated series.
Lepley stars in the new Prime Video series starring Meagan Good, Grace Byers, Jerrie Johnson, Shoniqua Shandai, and Jasmine Guy; created, written and executive produced by Tracy Oliver.
The P-Valley stars provided a glimpse into their steamy love life as a viral video surfaced of the duo grinding on each other at a hosting engagement.
Lepley and Watts made their relationship official after taking a ‘baecation’ in sunny paradise, coupled with Instagram photos to seal the deal.
“Prayer + Patience =” captioned Watts in a sweet post that included photos showing the couple kissing and holding hands.
While the couple has been swooning over each other in recent weeks, Watt’s reportedly got a tattoo of Lepley’s name on her rib cage, Bossip reported.
In August, Lepley allegedly called it quits with April King, with his longtime girlfriend/former fiancee April King.
Sources close to the star supposedly shared with Love B. Scott that Lepley and the agent shared two children,” including an 8-month-old.”
In just a few weeks, the couple managed to surprisingly meet each other’s families, which signaled that something serious was developing between them.
Harlem is a clever, funny series centered around four African-American women trying to navigate their way through the dysfunctions of life while living in New York City. While we’ve seen this premise play out quite a few times over the years with both black and white women, Oliver’s vision for the show includes the struggles women go through as heterosexual, bisexual, and lesbian individuals trying to find love, EW reported.
The Harlem series is available now on Amazon Prime Video.