Former child actor Dylan Sprouse is winning the boyfriend game after his delivery boy stunt at the Victoria's Secret fashion show earlier this week. He was attending the star-studded event to cheer on his girlfriend Hungarian model Barbara Palvin, who was walking the runway for the second time after a hiatus of six years. The 25-year-old model had requested that Dylan brought her burgers from Shake Shack for after the show, and the doting boyfriend was not one to disappoint.
Dylan Sprouse was photographed on the red carpet with a bag from Shake Shack full of burgers and goodies for his stunning girlfriend, and it is safe to assume Barbara, among other things, had burgers on her mind as she walked down the glammed up runway. A bag full of burgers is perhaps not the most common accessory for a Victoria's Secret fashion show, but it might be the most appreciated one. It is a very sweet gesture from Dylan's side, and it shows his love and support for his stunning model girlfriend whom he has been dating since this summer. The gorgeous couple were first spotted together at the World Cup in Russia and then made their first public appearance together at the end of July.
As reported by Cosmopolitan, Dylan Sprouse has talked about how he feels about Barbara's accomplishments in an interview with E!. He expressed how he has been there to see how hard she has worked to get where she is now and is really proud of her seeing that all of her hard work has paid off.
Dylan Sprouse was a famous actor as a child and is especially known for his role as Zack Martin on the Disney Channel TV show The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, where he played against his twin brother Cole Sprouse. While Cole is currently one of the main characters in the CW TV series Riverdale, Dylan is, apart from a few smaller acting projects, mainly focusing on his business; All-Wise Meadery in Brooklyn, New York.
It seems as if Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin are a match made in hamburger heaven, and although their relationship is still new, everything points towards them being in it for the long run.