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Zack (Dylan Sprouse, 26) from the Suite Life of Zack and Cody and Suite Life on Deck learns to speak Hungarian because Barbara Palvin’s (25) mother does not speak English well.

In fact, the two spoke to the W Magazine about their relationship and said that American actor Dylan Sprouse wrote Barbi first, but the Hungarian beauty did not answer him for six months. He wrote her then “Hey, I did not know that you have been in New York, but we can hang out together if you are in the mood. Here is my number.

However, later she changed her mind and this is how their romance started – reported. Sprouse added how he speaks with Barbi’s parents:

I was not excited when we first met. Barbi’s mother speaks English a bit but I am not a professional in Hungarian. However, I try.” – he said.



A bejegyzés megtekintése az Instagramon


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Barbara Palvin (@realbarbarapalvin) által megosztott bejegyzés,

According to, they have already been going out for 8 months and Barbi said that they both like Japanese anime movies. Furthermore, Barbi uncovered in the interview the most important things she already taught him. For example, she told him to

accept if somebody offers him palinka or sausage.

They live in their home in Brooklyn, but even though Barbi likes to cook she said that Dylan’s dishes are much more delicious and unhealthy at the same time.

Barbara Palvin is one of the most successful Hungarian models whose face you have definitely seen on the cover of Vogue, Marie Claire or Cosmo, she was also featured in Sports Illustrated. In the following video, she teaches Hungarian enchantingly:

Dylan Sprouse (born August 4, 1992) is an American actor and the twin brother of Cole Sprouse. He is known for his role as Zack Martin on the Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and its spin-off, The Suite Life on Deck. In fact, he was born in Arezzo, Italy and 15 minutes before his brother. They were in Italy those days because his parents were teaching at an English language school in Tuscany.

Following the end of the two TV series in 2011, he attended New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study and obtained a four-year degree in video game design. In 2018, he opened All-Wise Meadery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Regarding his filmography, in 2017, he was cast in the thriller film Dismissed as the lead role of Lucas Ward. In the same year, he booked a short film Carte Blanche and was cast in the comedy film Banana Split. The following year he joined a short film Daddy as Paul and the Chinese film Turandot.

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