Rami Malek, 38, is head over heels for Lucy Boynton, and he essentially shouted it from the rooftops via GQ's September issue.
The Oscar-winner brings GQ along shopping for his 25-year-old love to the Goop store, and buys her, of all things, Jasmine-scented deodorant. He questioned the store closely about whether or not the deodorant has "aluminum." When told that it did not, he said, "She'll be so chuffed."
He then reportedly "asks the salesperson to take the deodorant and wrap it painstakingly in black cloth in a jewelry box and then to throw the necklace into a deceptively informal Goop shopping bag. That way, when Lucy opens the deodorant, she'll think she's being mildly punked, and then he'll hit her with the hidden necklace."
Discussing the perils of finding happiness and love in Hollywood, he observed: "Hollywood gets this rap of a lot of lascivious, nasty things that take place within the confines of pre-production to post-production and studios and agents and whatnot. If you can find any type of happiness in it, latch on."
He also shared insight into his parents' reaction to his chosen career.
He told GQ of his immigrant parents: "I mean, my parents weren't exactly — they didn't love the idea of me being an actor. They came to this country from Egypt so we could have a very successful life. They put every dollar they had into our education, and to see it being thrown into this game of risk and chance that, for many, seemed destined for failure…
Malek continued: "It was not the best ending to the really trying aspect of them moving their entire lives, that upheaval from Cairo to Los Angeles to start anew."