Ruby Rose has revealed she attends couples therapy with girlfriend Jess Origliasso after the very public Twitter spat with the other Veronica, Jess' twin sister, Lisa Origliasso. Although the actress often gushes about how lucky she is to be dating Jess, she told Kyle and Jackie O it isn’t always smooth sailing, especially when they’re forced to go long-distance so often.
“Every relationship has ups and downs, and great moments, but that's what I love about it,” the Pitch Perfect 3 star said on Friday. "I swear by it with every relationship ever — and that's therapy. I think it's the greatest thing for an individual first. You need to know yourself and heal yourself and love yourself to love someone else.”
Ruby championed the restorative power of therapy, saying, “We all communicate so differently depending on what we've been through in our lives, and what walls are up...so to do therapy and then just work together you find another level of understanding and appreciation. We're at a point now where we properly know how to communicate long distance which I think has been the hardest thing.”
The relationship seems stronger than ever, but the same can’t be said about the couple’s relationship with the other Veronica. After the survey results for Australia's vote on same-sex marriage were announced, the actress sarcastically congratulated Lisa for her reaction to the news in an especially snarky tweet.
“So glad to see Lisa Origliasso screaming in excitement about the yes vote after telling us she thinks we should feel 'lucky' we don't get stoned to death like they do in other countries and to get over it a few months ago,” Ruby tweeted.
“Really warms my heart,” she added, with the extra spice of a rolling eyes emoji.
Things get juicier with the knowledge Ruby unfollowed Lisa on Twitter back in April and Jess did the same thing in September. Lisa doesn’t follow Ruby on any social media platform and the normally close sisters haven’t posted a photo together in months.
This post was written by Kate Wagner. It originally appeared on our sister site, Now to Love.