Riverdale actress Lili Reinhart has opened up regarding her sexuality, indicating that she is bisexual. Reinhart came out while supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and LGBTQ in West HollyWood, California.

Lili Reinhart is bisexual

The actress took to Instagram to create awareness encouraging her fans to join her in the cause, and she proclaimed that she was bisexual. In her Instagram Stories, she indicated, “although I have never announced it publicly, I am proudly a bisexual woman.” She shared the message alongside a banner with details about the event.  Reinhart added that she was joining the protest and urged fans to come and join.

The announcement comes weeks after she and co-start Cole Sprouse indicated that they were breaking up after dating for almost three years. Although neither party has come out publicly to address the split, sources indicated that the two are likely to reconcile. The source indicated that the new relationship status of Reinhart and Sprouse might not last for long, and there is a likelihood that they will end up together.

Reinhart and Sprouse could reconcile

An insider indicated there were two good places before the shutdown of Riverdale due to COVID-19. As a result, they isolated separately, and the insider explained that distance has not done justice to the relationship. This is because when Sprouse and Reinhart are together, they seem to get along. The source added that their relationship is affectionate and intimate, but the distance has complicated things.

According to another source, the two will get together once filming recommences. This is because Lili and Cole are not interested in dating anyone else, and they are taking this time to chill and focus on their lives.

Reinhart has been at the forefront advocating for an end to racial injustice following the death of George Floyd. She participated in the #BlackOutTuesday and has equally been sharing links to different resources that can help in supporting the cause. She expressed displeasure that in this age, there are still acts of racism in America.


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