#The100 Co-Stars Bob Morley & Eliza Taylor Have Married via @stacyamiller85 @MisElizaJane @WildpipM @cwthe100

On The CW’s The 100, Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley) and Clarke Griffin (Eliza Taylor) have been through many battles together, lost loved ones and seen the destruction of their planet. But through it all, their affection for each other have helped make them stronger as they’ve led their people against overwhelming odds.

Off screen actors Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor share a deep love and announced that they recently married. For the group of fans who gave Bellamy and Clarke the ship name “Bellarke” the chemistry between the characters were undeniable.

When the couple shared their happy news on social media, they asked fans to respectful and kind to each other. Bob and Eliza aren’t Bellamy and Clarke, those are the characters they play on television. Whether you are a Bellarke fan, a Clexa fan or not a shipper at all, they are a newlywed couple that deserves well wishes on their marriage and much happiness as they begin their lives together. Congratulations Bob and Eliza!

Photos taken from the internet; credit give to original sources

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Related:

https://thenerdygirlexpress.com/2016/02/18/using-social-media-for-good-in-promoting-the100-via-stacyamiller85-jrothenbergtv/

https://thenerdygirlexpress.com/2016/02/17/when-ship-wars-get-out-of-hand-via-stacyamiller85-jrothenbergtv-the100-cwthe100/

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