Always and Forever’ Has Twitter Swooning

If you’re invested in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before franchise, then you’ve likely already watched the third movie, which premiered on Friday. The second movie in the franchise, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You, came out February 12, 2020, and it’s been one long garbage-fire year since we last saw Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky.

Fans who’ve already watched To All the Boys: Always and Forever tweeted their passionate feelings about Lara Jean, her journey, her love story, and her future. This is the last book in the Jenny Han trilogy and the last movie in the franchise. Lara Jean is growing up and heading to college, and we have to say a tearful goodbye to her.

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We romantics don’t take well to goodbyes. Netflix released the first film in the trilogy in 2018, and Han published her first book in April 2014. Lara Jean has been in our lives for nearly seven years, so it’s hard to see her go. Here’s another thing about romantics: We will keep watching the movies we love over and over because we never want them to leave our lives.

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Based on some of these tweets from fans, some people might need to take a break before they delve into this series again. Lara Jean and Peter’s love life has clearly taken an emotional toll on their fan base.

The people are feeling feelings!

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One fan has a prediction for Gen/L.J. in college that I don’t hate:

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This is how you know you’re a real romantic (I’m right there with you, Sleepless Stan). But did you know that Sleepless in Seattle is actually based around a different romantic movie, An Affair to Remember (1957) with Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr? Anyway. Hit me up if you want to talk Nora Ephron.

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Anyway, we will miss you, Covey fam!

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Don’t even get me started on how much I love Kitty.

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