Dylan Sprouse Says Quarantine Has Made His Relationship With Barbara Palvin 'Stronger Than Ever' (Exclusive)

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Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin's relationship is stronger than ever!

The 27-year-old actor touched on his relationship with the model amid quarantine while chatting with ET's Leanne Aguilera about his new comic book, Sun Eater. Sharing that this is the longest amount of time they have been together in one place, Sprouse said that they "went into it with some ground rules" and "some hesitancy, as anybody would -- but it’s been completely fine."

"What we’ve come out noticing is that we’re super compatible. It’s like we know when to give each other space. We know when the other needs space. We’ve already divided labor around the house in certain ways," he explained. "There’s things we do in the morning, there’s things we do at night. So, I think our relationship... is stronger than ever."

"And quarantine has really brought us together in a good way," he continued, adding, "I’ll hear the opposite recently, and we just kind of look at each other and are like, 'I’m just really thankful that that’s not the case with us right now.'"

The couple, whose two-year anniversary is next month, has also started "wishfully" planning for the future. "We’re looking at cabins and stuff," he shared. "We’re looking at a lot of different stuff like that."

"The one thing I will say is that we did have a moment where we almost broke down and adopted a dog, but I don’t think that it’s time yet," the Banana Split star said. "I will be that voice if I have to make the hard decisions. I will say, I don’t think it’s time yet. That’s been the dangerous thing. We’ve looked outside on our balcony and seen a lot of cute puppies. There’s a lot of cute puppies out and about right now, and that’s dangerous for a relationship situation where someone wants a dog."

While they may not be getting a puppy anytime soon, Sprouse and Palvin have been keeping busy by binge-watching a lot of anime, which has even inspired his own work. But just like most people, quarantining is making him stir-crazy.