Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus has been an item with his fiancée Diane Kruger for seven years, and the couple celebrated with a family vacation. The couple met in 2015 on the set of the film Sky and made their relationship public in 2017. They welcomed a daughter in 2018 and announced their engagement in 2021.
The couple are very busy with their careers but take time out to enjoy family vacations as often as possible. In March 2023, after wrapping filming for season 1 of his new spinoff, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, the couple took their family to their favorite vacation spot, Costa Rica.
Kruger posted below a photo of her with Reedus celebrating their seven-year relationship.
Just a few days earlier, she posted an adorable father/daughter image of Reedus and their daughter at the airport with the caption “VACAAAAAAAAYYYYYYY,” to which Reedus replied, “Woooooo.”
Norman Reedus new spinoff
Reedus will reprise his role as Daryl Dixon in the new spinoff, which is set to release in the fall of 2023. This series will drastically differ from The Walking Dead, which introduced his character to TWD universe. Daryl will find himself in France without remembering how or why he is there but knows he must find his way back home.
Next up, Reedus will star in the film, The Bikeriders with Jodie Comer, Austin Butler, Tom Hardy, Michael Shannon, Boyd Holbrook, Mike Faist, Damon Herriman, Emory Cohen, Happy Anderson, and Toby Wallace. No release date has been announced for this film.
He will also star in Ballerina, a spinoff of the John Wick series of films. The film also stars Ana de Armas, Ian McShane, Anjelica Huston, and the late Lance Riddick, reprising their roles with a cameo by Keanu Reeves. Newcomers to the franchise, in addition to Reedus, include Gabriel Byrne and Catalina Sandino Moreno.
Kruger has also been very busy with many red carpet appearances, where she wows the crowds with her daring and impressive fashions, and has several projects in the works. Next, according to IMDB, she will star in A Circus Story & A Long Song (releasing in Dec. 2023), Joika, The Shrouds, Visions, Saint-Ex, and Longing.