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Troian Bellisario 'Cried Hysterically' at Fiancé Patrick J. Adams' Post About the End of Pretty Little Liars

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The Pretty Little Liars stars weren’t the only ones sharing emotional social media posts about the official end of filming.

Troian Bellisario’s fiancé Patrick J. Adams also shared an sweet Instagram post about the “complicated and pretty long relationship” he has had with the show.

“I’ve known you almost as long as I’ve known [Troian],” he posted on Thursday. “In that time we’ve definitely had some laughs. You’ve afforded us opportunities I could never have imagined … But sometimes we didn’t see eye to eye. Like the countless mornings that [Troian] had to slink away before sunrise or the painful Sunday nights when she’d have to board a plane and cross the 2,516 miles back to your loving arms.”

WATCH: Pretty Little Liars Is Ending After Season 7

 

“We’ve had to share her for so long and the arrangement has been pretty painful because, let’s face it, who would ever want to let her go?”continued the Suits star, 35.

Adams went on to thank the television series for being a growing experience for his fiancée, as well as for being such a meaningful show for its fans.

“So #PLL I wish you well, and I’m sorry for any disagreements — we both meant well,” he writes. “But now I’m gonna take Troian’s hand back and follow wherever it leads.”

Dear Pretty Little Liars, Let's be honest, we've had a complicated and pretty long relationship. I've known you almost as long as I've known @sleepinthegardn (I got the pleasure a few months earlier than you). In that time we've definitely had some laughs. you've afforded us opportunities I could never have imagined, introduced me to some of the finest cast and crew I've ever met and you let me play darts with @ianmharding for an episode while discussing the nuances of the word "statutory". All good memories. But sometimes we didn't see eye to eye. Like the countless mornings that @sleepinthegardn had to slink away before sunrise or the painful Sunday nights when she'd have to board a plane and cross the 2516 miles back to your loving arms. We've had to share her for so long and the arrangement has been pretty painful because, let's face it, who would ever want to let her go? But here we are. The last day. She's still yours for 13 more hours (maybe more…probably more) and she's still 2516 miles away from me but today…today I'm not angry. Today I'm not jealous. Today I'm pretty grateful. Because in the last 8 years I've watched Troian live and learn and grow more than most people get the chance to in a lifetime. You've challenged her, pushed her, asked more of her than she even knew she had and then gave us the gift of being able to celebrate her. So after a lot of years of swearing at you under my breath I realize now I should be thanking you. Thanking and congratulating you. Because after 7 seasons, 160 episodes and a number of tweets that mathematicians have yet to discover a number to express – you are breathing the rarest of air. You've been a best friend and shared experience for millions of young people (and more than a few older ones) and entertained and inspired and terrified a generation with every buried body and surprise text message. @imarleneking you built something that changed countless lives, employed hundreds and will live on long after we're all gone. You win. Everything. So #PLL I wish you well and I'm sorry for any disagreements – we both meant well. But now I'm gonna take Troian's hand back and follow wherever it leads. pjA

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The touching post really resonated with the Pretty Little Liars star.

“I cried hysterically at his post,” Bellisario, 31, told PEOPLE at a celebration of the show’s final season in Los Angeles on Saturday. “He nailed it. He got it totally. Everybody in our lives that cares about us that has had to share us with Pretty Little Liars has this mixed feeling about it being over. They’re so grateful that we get to be back and a part of their lives, but they also know that this has been our everything for seven years, so it’s like the death of a friend.”