Since being crowned the internet’s favorite daddy, rumors about Pedro Pascal’s love life have run wild. Now, a new potential suitor has entered the ring: Pascal’s agent Franklin Latt.
Fans started speculating about Pascal and Latt’s relationship after Pascal posted a photo of the two of them to his Instagram story. The photo shows Pascal with an arm around Latt’s shoulder and a hand on his chest, while Latt is leaning in to kiss Pascal’s cheek.
It’s certainly a more intimate pose than you’d expect from coworkers, leading fans to wonder if “agent” might be a euphemism for something more.
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“with his agent” pic.twitter.com/vmS1Fh7D4W— سارة الحسيني (@itsSarsy) January 9, 2024
Ah yes "agent"… I'm sure there's nothing more going on pic.twitter.com/XXWbxKVHw5— Muff1n456 (@muff1n45689073) January 8, 2024
Latt isn’t the only guy seen with Pascal lately. Back in October, paparazzi pics of Pascal hanging with Grammy nominee Omar Apollo went viral.
While Apollo is openly gay, Pascal has only ever publicly identified as an ally, being a vocal supporter of his trans sister Lux Pascal and his nonbinary The Last of Us co-star Bella Ramsey. Along with his propensity for queer roles, including bisexual prince Oberyn Martell in Game of Thrones and a gay gunslinger in Pedro Almodovar’s Strange Way of Life, Pascal has always felt like an honorary member of the queer community.
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In the photo with Latt, Pascal is sporting a sling on his arm, which he also wore to this weekend’s Golden Globes. There, Pascal told reporters that he simply “fell” and injured his arm. Pascal was nominated for best actor in a drama series for his role in The Last of Us, and though he lost to Succession’s Kieran Culkin, he still made quite the impression, both for his chic black look and for looking couple-y with Andrew Scott.
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