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Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup, who play married couple Jean and Michael Holloway on the Netflix psychosexual drama series, have reportedly turned their onscreen love into the real deal.According to , the co-stars are rumored to be dating.

A source reportedly told US Weekly this week that, 'Naomi and Billy are dating, but in the early stages'.The source reportedly went on that Naomi, 48, and Billy, 49, are' very into each other.'The pair star as husband and wife on the Netflix series Gypsy and are 'now dating' in real life, a source recently confirmed to PEOPLE.This is sort of awkward for me, because I don't want to be the one to break it to you, but your documentary, ' Big Fat Gypsy Weddings', is unfortunately a work of fiction.There is no need to be embarrassed, it can happen to the best of us, and thus I hope my letter will help you establish the facts, after all I'm sure you are passionate about fighting discrimination against ethnic minorities. It surprised me to discover that 99% of Britain's Gypsy and Traveller population are Irish.As the trailer indicates, Gypsy was a child who suffered from several physical and mental illnesses and her mother, Dee Dee, was her full-time caregiver.

However, while Dee Dee seemed like a caring and devoted mother to her teenage daughter, who was wheelchair-bound and had the mental capacity of a 7-year-old, the truth is nowhere near that.I was even more confused when your 'documentary' about Irish Travellers seemed to feature an alien culture that even most Irish Traveller's didn't recognise.You correctly identified that many Gypsy and Traveller children leave school at a young age, however you failed to mention that this is not because we are all born to terrible parents, but because our communities suffer from great social exclusion.Correct me if I'm wrong, as I am sure you have done lots and lots of research on this topic, but just 10% of the Gypsy and Traveller population are actually Irish Travellers.The majority, like myself, are in fact Romany, yet your 'documentary' seems to ignore our existence.While I have nothing but respect for the Irish Traveller community, you seem to be unaware that we are two distinct ethnic groups and thus there are many differences between our cultures.