Michaela Coel From Black Mirror Not Married! Status With Boyfriend.
The poet and songwriter, Michaela Coel is still riding high on the success of her smash hit series 'Chewing Gum.' The award-winning actress has won the heart of many with her hard work and devotion.
If you are a fan of this versatile artist, then you probably might have wondered if she has a secret married life or is planning the future with a boyfriend. Well, let's shed some light on Coel's love life and clear out all your confusion.
Michaela Coel Planning Her Future With Boyfriend?
Though she has not made any official claim addressing her romantic life, Michaela's Instagram gives away her dating status loud and clear. She seems to be dating the actor, Kadiff Kirwan.
The pair is seen continuously posting pictures of each other on their Instagram. Back in October 2017, Kirwan took it to Instagram wishing his bae a happy birthday.
Kirwan appreciates his relationship with Coel whenever he gets the chance and does not shy away from letting the world know that he feels "like a king, on [his] queen's arms." He conveyed the notion via Instagram by posting a picture of the two attending an event at BAFTA TV in May 2017.
"The love is real"
With Kirwan's posts on Instagram, it can be seen that they have a blissful relationship. But back in March 2015, the pair shared the same picture on their respective Instagram and each other brother and sister in the caption. Take a look!
Coel and Kirwan call each other brother and sister
The pair Coel and Kirwan sure have a mysterious relationship though they flaunt each other on social media. We're taking that the caption was just a joke they both agreed on, and got a good thrill out of, too.
Meanwhile, the couple indulgent in public display of affection has not spoken about getting married and calling each other husband and wife in any of their interviews or social media yet.
Michaela Coel's Life At Glance
Coel was born on 1 October 1987 as Michaela Boakye-Collinson to Ghanaian parents. She was brought up in Tower Hamlets by her mother. Coel's father lives in Ghana, and she has a half-brother as well.
In 2006, Michaela began performing in poetry open mics in Ealing, a London borough. Subsequently, she went on to act on other stages including Wembley Arena, Bush Theatre, Nuyorican, and Rotterdam De Doelen Concert Hall.
Though Coel made her screen debut with the Channel 4 drama 'Top Boy' in 2013, her major break came with the British sitcom, 'Chewing Gum' which she wrote and earned her the British Academy Television Award for the Best Female Comedy Performance in 2016. She also won a BAFTA for Breakthrough Talent for writing the show.
Her most recent credits are the episodes 'Nosedive' and 'USS Callister' of the dystopian sci-fi series 'Black Mirror.'