A love story is always adorable because of all the fairy tales romances heard in childhood. Especially in Hollywood every couple has a story to tell and Allie Bertam and Andrew Cogliana defintiely add to the list because their relationship is more than just perfect. The couple has been dating since 2010 and I am sure they are trynna make it to the top point and get married real soon.
It looks as if Allie and Cogliano are really up to something big. Though it has almost been six years since they started dating, the pair does not whine about any complications as to their relationship nor do they talk of tearing it apart. Like everyone believes, there are stages in every relationship; some make it to the very top point but some fail before it even starts. Consequently, looking at these two, I think they will make it all the way up to the ‘Wedding Phase’. It might not be that way, but that is what I think.
Scrolling over Allie’s Insta photographs, Allie and Andrew flew up to Italy for a vacation and to attend the Tuscan Wedding. Moreover, there are some mind blowing pictures of hers and Andrew in Vatican City and The Amalfi Coast. A Vacation in Italy with your loved one is obviously a bucket list for many couples and they have already aced it.
Relationships work when two people are so committed that they would give up whole world to be with each other. And likewise, Allie and Andrew are the examples for it; they have been dating since 2010 and pretty much looks like they are not giving it up. Though there are no confirmations about the wedding; but I am sure the pair has been looking forward to marrying each other.
Mako Island is a fictious spot where the TV series 'Mako Mermaids' was captured. Allie Bertram featured in the show as Mimmi; one of the three mermaids alongside 'Linda Ngo' and 'Isabel Durant'. If you surf over the web, you don’t find any place named ‘Mako Island’. Most of the sections in the series are animated; and underwater scenes are captured at Sea World on the Gold Coast. So, if you were thinking about taking a leave and going for a vacation in ‘Supposedly Mako Island’; believe me, you can’t cuz it’s not real. However, there are similar reports about an island that matched with the Mako’s features somewhere in Australia.