Ted Lasso fans might be heartbroken to know that Brett Goldstein is officially a taken man.
The actor behind the beloved Roy Kent is confirmed to be fellow comedian Beth Rylance, per Page Six.
“I was very, very, specifically told I’m not allowed to swear, so this speech is going to be f**king short,” Goldstein said as he started to deliver his speech.
“Thank you Warners, thank you Apple, thank you...the team," the British actor continued. "To my teammates that I’m nominated with and all my team — this cast makes me sick they’re so good.”
He proceeded to thank his family — and of course, his significant other: “And I want to say to my mum, my dad, Tara, Matt, Zebby, and Bo and Beth, I love you.”
After telling Rylance he loved her during his speech, the comedian posted the speech to her Instagram page, writing: “I wanna cry so bad, but I don’t think I can spare the moisture."
Rylance was dropping hints all over social media as her man attended the event on Sunday, September 19.
Earlier in the day on Sunday, Rylance tweeted: “Today is the day that my boyfriend goes to the Emmy’s [sic] as a Best Supporting Actor nominee and I am at home on my second load of laundry.”
Soon after, she followed up with a sarcastic second tweet, where she wrote: "Just to confirm, my boyfriend is Kenan Thompson off of SNL.”
On September 21, she hinted at the relationship again, writing, “My godmother has just text [sic] me to say congratulations on my boyfriend’s Grammy award and this is why I love her.”
That same day, she posted an Instagram photo of herself sporting one of Goldstein’s character’s soccer jerseys, writing, “Okay, but why isn’t anyone talking about *my* Emmy’s look??? #LetsGoGreyhounds.”
Rylance also retweeted a series of posts celebrating Goldstein’s wins, including a video of the uncensored version of his acceptance speech.
Ted Lasso made history at the 2021 Emmy Awards by being the most nominated freshman comedy in Emmy Award history, per Apple.
The hit show won seven awards in total, including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, along with three creative arts awards.