'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' Author Jenny Han Had The CUTEST Cameo In The Film
20 August 2018, 20:24 | Updated: 20 August 2018, 20:39
The New York Times Best Selling Author appeared in the Netflix adaptation of 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' but did you see her?
If you're anything like us, you're still basking in the glow of Netflix's latest teen rom com To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Netflix's film adaptation of Jenny Han's New York Times best selling book gave us a million adorable moments, and what is possibly our favourite author cameo EVER.
I'm sure you all remember the scene where Lara Jean is talking to Lucas James at the freshman school dance.
"Human Right" by The Strike is playing in the background as Lara Jean and her braid crown work up the courage to ask Lucas to dance.
When Lara Jean and Lucas finally get on the dance floor, the camera pans to a school chaperone smiling in the background aka Jenny Han, the author of To All The Boys I've Loved Before!
Jenny Han is smiling with the actors playing characters she wrote and it is perfection.
Fans absolutely LOVED the cameo and it's giving people major feels.
y'all im still not over how cute jenny han's cameo in tatbilb was pic.twitter.com/PEJlSKExEf— mar 🌻 (@inkedmargins) August 18, 2018
okay but can we talk about jenny han’s cameo??? she’s super SWEET thank you for creating this amazing characters it’s what you deserve— sil (@petergrantk) August 18, 2018
Jenny Han's cameo in TATBILB is so iconic, WE STAN A QUEEN pic.twitter.com/PFjioB4X67— 𝕒𝕣𝕒 🇲🇽 is soft bc of tatbilb (@strangerserpent) August 19, 2018
maybe jenny han had the cutest author movie cameo of all time— 🍇 (@thebaudeIaires) August 17, 2018
If you follow Jenny on social media, you'll see that she spent lots of time on set with the actors who brought her hugely popular characters to life. They looked like they had so much fun and even found time to recreate iconic 80s film moments.
The widely read 2014 novel has captivated worldwide audiences and, we have to admit, it's amazing to see Jenny Han on screen alongside Lana Condor as Lara Jean Song Covey.
Now, who do we have to talk to about getting a sequel?