Janel Parrish Reveals Her Personal Connection To Margot In To All The Boys - Exclusive

Just like Peter and Lara Jean's love story in Netflix's To All the Boys franchise, the bond between all of the Covey sisters is unbreakable. Although none of the actresses who play Lara Jean (Lana Condor), Margot (Janel Parrish), and Kitty (Anna Cathcart) are related, their sisterhood remains intact even off-screen. "The second the three of us sisters met, we immediately bonded and just loved each other," Parrish exclusively admitted to The List.

The chemistry that the Covey girls have on-screen is definitely undeniable. After each installment of the movie series, they have fans falling in love with them over and over again. Now that the third and final film, To All The Boys: Always and Forever, is wrapped and ready for us all to see, playing Margot Covey is something Parrish will always miss. 

"I know that we'll still be best friends and we'll talk all the time, but there's nothing like the experience of being on set together on a night shoot where you can't stop giggling in the middle of a scene," she gushed to us. "It's just, like, it's like summer camp, and it's been so much fun."

While Parrish connected with the co-stars who played her sisters, she also had a personal connection with her own character, Margot.

Janel Parrish's big sister was her biggest influence

There was indeed someone off-screen who had a major influence on Janel Parrish's character. Though the actress isn't the oldest child in her own family like Margot, she does have her own big sister. "I have a Margot," she revealed. "Which is basically where I drew all of my inspiration."

After becoming close with her own co-stars over the course of three films, Parrish found that playing the eldest child in the Covey family really had an effect on her own sibling relationship off-screen. "I know how it feels now to feel so protective over your little sisters," the actress reflected. "And I really loved that."

Just like Lara Jean, Margot has a major transformation over the course of the franchise, too. "There's so many big life moments in this movie," she told us. And although it's the end of Parrish playing Margot, it's the perfect ending to a pretty amazing love story. "I think it's also the most romantic of all the movies," Parrish said of the final installment.

To All the Boys: Always and Forever is streaming now on Netflix.