CAN YAMAN ON FRANCESCA CHILLEMI, ACTOR CONFESSES, "I WORRY ABOUT HER"

CAN YAMAN ON FRANCESCA CHILLEMI, ACTOR CONFESSES, "I WORRY ABOUT HER"

In recent hours, Can Yaman shared on his Instagram profile several interviews he and Francesca Chillemi indulged in Venice. The two actors answered numerous questions about the drama Viola Come il Mare, but also about their relationship, about which a detail emerged that made fans of the Turkish actor especially excited. Let's see together what it is all about!

Can Yaman overprotective of Francesca Chillemi!

In addition to answering numerous questions about the drama Viola Come il Mare, Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi did not shy away from talking in depth about their relationship as well. In fact, the two actors indulged in many interviews, posted by Yaman on his Instagram profile, in which some details were revealed that brought out the depth of their bond: between words of praise for each other, features in common, and caring attitudes...

The interview with the Courier in particular, opened with a reference to the constant onslaught from fans towards the two actors: which while denoting so much public attachment, could sometimes prove to be too much. In this regard, Can Yaman explained that it is not a big problem for him, but that he worries a lot about his colleague Francesca Chillemi instead: "I worry about her sometimes because she is more delicate so I carry that concern." Almost sensing the impending gossip, the actress rushes to explain that she is very clumsy and falls down a lot, which is why Yaman finds herself on more than one occasion worried that she will hurt herself.

There was also no shortage of words of praise for each other, such as when in one of the interviews Francesca Chillemi said she envied Can Yaman's physical strength, and admired "his natural ability to engage others." For his part, the Turkish actor was much more sentimental, revealing that he particularly appreciates his colleague's smile, explaining that for him "when Francesca smiles everything changes..."



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