The gorgeous Beth Pearson from This is Us is none other than Susan Kelechi Watson. In the hit American TV series, Susan is happily married to her on-screen husband Randall, played by Sterling K. Brown. Despite Susan’s happily married life on the reel, she doesn’t have a husband for real.
It is sad for all the fans of Beth and Randall that the pair isn’t dating for real. This might make you wonder if Susan has a boyfriend or if she is in a relationship. Keep reading to get your answers:
The on-screen couple Susan and Sterling’s chemistry level gets so high sometimes that one is forced to wonder if they are just acting. Although they aren’t dating in real life, Susan doesn’t fail to praise Sterling whenever she gets a chance. In an interview with ET, Susan said:
I just trust him and I believe that he trusts me as well. We get into the scene and we’re just in it. I don’t even really know how to explain it. We just both understand the circumstances of it and we’re both in loving relationships.
So I think we understand the context of that and be in that. We’re growing to understand our characters more and more, and at the base level of this couple is trust and love.
And concerning Sterling's relationship status, he is married to Ryan Michelle Bathe.
Sterling is happily married to his wife, Ryan Michelle Bathe. They tied the knot in June 2007. Their marriage has been going strong so far. In fact, they started dating long before they got hitched, in 2002.
Susan Kelechi Watson with Sterling K. Brown
Source: TV Insider
It seems like Susan has already had enough of being a wife by working in the series since she has not revealed any wedding plans. The other reason for this could be Susan’s busy schedule.
Video: Susan Kelechi Watson talk about working with Sterling K. Brown
The 35-year-old actress looks way younger than her actual age. maybe, that's the reason she is not worried about tying the knot. However, we are truly hopeful that Susan will find the right man at the right time.
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