When the Tomorrowland star was asked if seeing each other working on set makes her nervous, she told Teen.com, "He hates it when I'm on set when he's working and vice versa. I hate when he's on set watching me work. I think it's because we're both actors and very aware of the process."
"A big part of the job is disconnecting from the people watching and the masses of crews," she continued. "I think it makes sense that we're a little shy and sensitive about working in front of our significant others. To me it makes sense. It's nice that we both don't like it. When I go visit him I don't even go on set. And, when he visits me it's very rare that I'll go on set."
In spite of that, the duo still tries to make time for each other in any way they can, with Britt admitting she visited him on the sets of The Maze Runner and Scorch Trials. When asked how they make their relationship work with their busy schedules, she said, "You just find the time to be with one another. Truthfully, I think it helps that we both have our work going on at the same time. It keeps us satisfied and separate from each other. Having time together becomes a bonus."
Britt and Dylan first met in 2012 when they starred together in The First Time, playing two high school students who fell in love in a weekend. Since then, they've been nearly inseparable, with the Teen Wolf star tweeting his support for her when The Longest Ride first hit theaters in April.
Who else is going to see #TheLongestRide this weekend?! I can't wait, I have such a crush on the girl in it. She's so beautiful :) hehehe— Dylan O'Brien (@dylanobrien) April 8, 2015