Danielle Ceasar is a modern testament that with enough effort and persistence, you can make someone love you over time.
This feel-good story, which has encouraged fangirls everywhere, reportedly began in 2009, when Ceasar was merely and adoring fan who followed Austin on Twitter. Like most female fans her age, she has been effusive in expressing her admiration for him, telling him how much she “loved” him and that they are “getting married” in the future.
Jake T Austin and Danielle Ceasar: from fangirl to girlfriend https://t.co/mxA6sQ4CF2
— CelebMix (@CelebMix) January 19, 2016
It wasn’t until 2011 that the Danielle Ceasar actually met the Disney star face to face when she attended an autograph signing in New York.
After their fateful meeting, the 22-year-old fan posted a photo of them at the signing with the caption, ““Your smile is so cute @JakeTAustin” after which Austin started following her Twitter page as well.
Since then, they both started messaging each other regularly and after more than 5 years of being a loyal fan, Danielle Ceasar finally captured Jake T. Austin’s heart.
Three weeks ago, the 21-year-old star of Wizards of Waverly Place posted a photo of him and Ceasar cuddling in bed with the caption, “I’m crazy for her,” thereby making their relationship official on social media.
A photo posted by Jake T. Austin (@jaketaustin) on
Fangirls immediately liked and commented on the photo, which gave them hope that they could also end up dating their respective idols.
Danielle Ceasar posted the same photo on her Instagram page with the caption, “Every love story is beautiful, but ours is my favorite.” She has since made her social media accounts private, probably after the influx of follower requests and messages that ensued.
— Seventeen (@seventeen) January 20, 2016
After reports about his new relationship with Danielle Ceasar surfaced, Jake T. Austin responded by saying, “”We’re young and having fun just getting to know each other. It doesn’t matter how you meet someone – on set, in a coffee shop, at school, or in the business.”