Nany González and Kaycee Clark, stars of The Challenge, have been together for two years. On Thursday, González, 34, shared a sweet recognition for Clark on Instagram to pay tribute to their subsequent commemoration.
She wrote, “Happy Anniversary, baby girl,” alongside a picture of the couple kissing. Our reality has changed such a huge amount in two years however our affection for one another has not. We should keep developing, learning and investigating this delightful coexistence. 🤍”
She added: ” I love you so much, angel😘”
Clark, 35, answered in the remark segment, expressing, “ sooo much has occurred in sooo brief period. I’m prepared for the following 1,000 years with you ❤️ I love you definitely 😘” Last week, Clark likewise shared her energy at seeing the world with González.
“I’ll travel anyplace on the planet with you,” she composed on Instagram close by a depiction of the couple. ” Meeting you on a show that ventures to the far corners of the planet is a certain something, however seeing the world with you off cameras and no mics is something else altogether game! 🙌🏽”
She added: ” I love you @nanycarmen, and I love our coexistence. ♥️”
González answered, “This is so beautiful I love our coexistence. I love our little family. I love you. I love us. Together child, you and I. 😘❤️ consistently.” The pair — who met recording The Test: In 2019, Total Madness addressed romance rumors for the first time after they were seen kissing in the trailer for The Challenge: Spies, Lies and Partners in July 2021.
“We’ve forever been partners in the game and have kept an excellent companionship since, however there was generally an irrefutable association among us,” González told E! News at that point.
“The Test is a truly hard game intellectually, genuinely and actually so having somebody like Nany close by while playing this game method a ton. She’s a boss,” Clark added. While shooting All out Franticness, the pair produced areas of strength for a — even while Clark was involved with another person.
However González told MTV News in June 2020 that they were simply “bunkmates,” she lauded Clark as “the most modest, most kind, most obliging person I’ve at any point met in a Test house.”
“As a youngster, taking a gander at her, there was never where I was like, ‘Would she say she is lying?’ She stated, “I never once doubted her, and she is a great person,” noting that Clark matches “every single bullet point” of an ideal partner.