*Spoiler alert – do not read on if you haven’t finished watching season one of Emily In Paris*
Emily In Paris not only delivered a very modern love triangle, but things ended in a rather messy place.
As the Netflix show went on, viewers watched the chemistry build between American marketing executive Emily (Lily Collins) and hot French chef Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), despite the fact his girlfriend Camille (Camille Razat) was possibly the nicest gal in Paris and Emily’s new BFF.
But after that relationship crashed and burned, Emily and Lucas could finally give in to their feelings for what was meant to be a very memorable farewell.
However, Lucas is staying in Paris after all. And he’s going into business with Antoine (William Abadie), one of the many French men who seems to have a thing for Emily.
And Lucas is just as interested to see what happens next as the rest of us.
Chatting exclusively to Metro.co.uk, he mused about how things would play out when the show gets picked up for a second season.
He admitted things could get tricky when Camille find out about Gabriel and Emily: ‘Camille is really strong and she knows what she wants. We only got to see her nice side so I guess another side could explode when she realises what has happened.
‘I don’t want Emily or Gabrielle to be around when she does. She definitely she has some ammunition… but it could go both ways. Things might go in a different direction.’
The star confirmed that there definitely was a bit of chemistry between Emily and Camille as he continued: ‘There was that moment when Camille kisses Emily, not on purpose but she’s like, “I’m not sorry.”
‘And when they are in the bed, with Gabriel liking the picture. So there’s something really naughty in the air.’
Lucas confirmed that creator Darren Star had been toying with the idea of something happening between Emily and Camille and we have to admit, they would make the chicest couple ever.
The actor recalled: ‘There was discussion about it. Darren likes to write while the show is being shot so he didn’t know if he wanted to go in that direction yet or maybe later. It’s definitely an idea that was being floated around.’
Who knows? Perhaps they’ll all find a way to live happily in some sort of throuple.
The show certainly has fun playing with the idea that the French are totally lax about the idea of open marriages.
Something which Lucas believes is more a ‘reflection of the conversations going on globally’ rather than just a focus on France.
He mused: ‘The show is probably talking about something that has been a reality for generations for years. Monogamy is very recent in human history, when you think about it.
‘What we see is part of reality so I feel like this is putting in the light something that’s on everybody’s mind. That doesn’t mean I would personally live that way [laughs] but it’s a reality and we have to acknowledge it.’
Fingers crossed we get to find out what happens next!
Emily In Paris is available to stream on Netflix.
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