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Reign's Adelaide Kane Reunited With Toby Regbo & Melted Frary Hearts Everywhere

Reign's Adelaide Kane Reunited With Toby Regbo & Melted Frary Hearts Everywhere

Adelaide Kane shared just the most adorable pic with Toby Regbo on her Instagram Stories this week.

The two Reign royals reunited at the Dream It Convention in Paris, France over the weekend, along with Torrance Coombs and Rose Williams.

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After a panel with Pretty Little Liars stars Lucy Hale, Ian Harding and Brant Daugherty, the Reign cast headed out to dinner to catch up.

Adelaide also added a little thank you note to fans, writing, “Had an amazing time this weekend with the gang at DreamIt Con!!! Thank you so so much to everyone who came to see us, you’re the cutest!”

Check out the pics she shared below!

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The Originals' Casts Torrance Coombs & 'Descendants' Jedidah Goodacre for Final Season Roles

The Originals' Casts Torrance Coombs & 'Descendants' Jedidah Goodacre for Final Season Roles

Welcome to The Originals family, Jedidiah Goodacre and Torrance Coombs!

The two hot actors have just joined the upcoming and final season of the CW show as Roman and Declan, respectively.

EW reports that Torrance, who you know from Reign, will be returning to the CW to play Declan, Hayley’s friend-with-benefits guys who is “a flirtatious, roguish and charming Irish chef, who is unaware of the supernatural underbelly of New Orleans or that the woman he is involved with is part of an infamous family of vampires.”

Meanwhile, Jedidah, who you know from Descendants as Chad Charming will play Roman, “a devilish and charming schoolmate of Hope Mikaelson. Roman is a recently turned vampire who becomes curious about Hope’s family after she’s involved in a mysterious incident at school.”

The Originals is back in 2018 on the network.

Torrance Coombs Writes A Final Goodbye To 'Reign' & Bash (and Yes, You Will Cry)

Torrance Coombs Writes A Final Goodbye To 'Reign' & Bash (and Yes, You Will Cry)

Torrance Coombs left Reign back in season three, but let’s be real here — Bash is always the character you wanted and needed to make a triumphant return.

In fact, we’re still hoping for that, even if it is the series finale tonight.

JJJ reached out to Torrance for one final goodbye, and he did not disappoint!

Torrance shared an amazing, mini-essay, just for JJJ Reign fans, and yes, we are crying. No shame.

Read it all below:

“Reign holds a very special place in my heart for a number of reasons. I didn’t know back in 2013 that these strangers I met, jet lagged in Ireland, would one day become my family. Even though I left the show before the 4th season, we’re all still in touch and many even attended my wedding.

The truth is, we all thought the show was a bit weird. The mixture of history and fantasy, period and modern. We didn’t know as we were making it how it would all come together, or if anybody would want to watch it enough for it to get picked up.

But here we are four seasons later, and we’re all very sad to say goodbye. Which brings me to the other special thing about this show: the fans. I’ve worked on many shows now, and I’ve never come across such a passionate, kind, funny, insane group of people. You propelled us to a People’s Choice Award win. You taught me all kinds of fun Brazilian slang. And you’ve greeted me warmly as I’ve traveled to countries all around the world. I can’t tell you how much it means to make something and have it actually resonate with people. It’s a rarer occurrence than many realize.

Massive thank you to everyone at the CW, who are big champions of unknown and emerging actors. Thank you to Laurie McCarthy and Stephanie Sengupta for creating the show, and to Brad Silberling, the pilot whisperer, for setting the tone right out the gate. To the writing team for impossibly packing so much action into 4 short years. And to the literally hundreds of artists and tradespeople working in pre-production, production and post-production who get far too little credit for propping us all up and making the show look and feel amazing.

I’m sorry to say goodbye to old Bashy, but I’m forever grateful he happened. Love to you all.”

Unearthed what is probably my first set selfie as Bash. Not sure if I'd even shot a scene yet. #Reign

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Here's Everything We Know About Torrance Coombs' New Show 'Still Star-Crossed'

Here's Everything We Know About Torrance Coombs' New Show 'Still Star-Crossed'

Torrance Coombs looks sharp in his period costume for his brand new show Still Star-Crossed.

Here’s everything we know about the show:

It picks up right after Romeo and Juliet’s tragic deaths, and the the Montague and Capulet’s rivalry gets even worse.

Rosaline Capulet (Lashana Lynch) finds herself in the middle of a political play to try and save Verona and meanwhile, Romeo’s cousin, Benvolio Montague (Wade Briggs), is thrust into a position of responsibility as he becomes the sole heir to the Montague name and must abide by a sinister plan to solidify his family’s prominence.

Torrance will play Count Paris, who was supposed to wed Juliet but was left for dead after a brutal fight with Romeo.

Still Star-Crossed premieres on Monday, May 29th on ABC.

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Reign's Torrance Coombs' New Show 'Still Star Crossed' Gets Premiere Date!

Reign's Torrance Coombs' New Show 'Still Star Crossed' Gets Premiere Date!

It’s been a handful of episodes since we’ve seen Torrance Coombs on Reign – and while we’re still mad about that — we’re excited to see that his new show has a premiere date!

He’ll star as Count of Mantua in the upcoming Still Star Crossed, and the show will premiere on Monday, May 29th @ 10PM ET/PT on ABC!

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The series is based on the book by Melinda Taub, and picks up where Romeo and Juliet left off, charting the treachery, palace intrigue and ill-fated romances of the Montagues and Capulets in the wake of the young lovers’ tragic fate.

The Count of Mantua is betrothed to marry Juliet – whom he’s never met – and is saddened when she dies. The character is rumored to be the show’s central villain.