Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams Share a Sweet Smooch as They Exchange Valentine's Day Love Notes
"With you I feel like I’m on top of the world," Sarah Hyland wrote
In celebration of Valentine’s Day on Thursday, the adorable couple penned loving tributes to each other on Instagram, sharing cuddly snaps on their respective profiles.
“With you I feel like I’m on top of the world & I’ll always catch you if you fall… no matter how high we climb,” the Modern Family star captioned a set of three photos, which featured the pair sitting — and kissing! — on a large rock overlooking a canopy of treetops.
“I love you to Pluto & back @wellsadams ❤️ I am so grateful and appreciative of everything you do for me,” wrote Hyland, 28. “#happyvalentinesday #myperson.”
“Hey @sarahhyland, will you be my Valentine?” he captioned the sunkissed photo of the duo cuddled up on a beach.
He wrote, “I love you +1 more than anything you say.”
Hyland and Wells first flirted on Twitter in 2016 but didn’t get together until the fall of 2017. They’ve been going strong ever since and have been living together since August 2018, when Adams moved to L.A.
She told PEOPLE that moving in together “brought us closer.”
“I don’t think it’s been long enough to discover pet peeves with each other,” she said. “I think we’re in the honeymoon phase of living together. It’s good that nothing is already starting, because then I think that would be a bad sign.”
Last October, the couple celebrated their one-year anniversary.
“It’s been really weirdly normal,” Adams told PEOPLE of their relationship. “That question gets asked a lot because you expect the answer to be like, it’s crazy because it’s in the spotlight, but for whatever reason, it’s been really nice and normal and wonderful.”
While the duo is happy and in love, they’ve endured hardships together.
In 2017, Hyland recovered from her second kidney transplant, and Adams was by her side.
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She underwent the second transplant after the first kidney, donated by her father in 2012, went into failure.
“She will have to deal with this for the rest of her life,” the source said. “It’s a chronic illness. She’s still working through it.”
But through it all, she’ll have Adams to lean on.
“He’s seen me at my worst,” she recently told SELF. “He was there through all of that. I think that’s why I feel the most beautiful in his eyes, because he still finds me beautiful after seeing all that.”