The couple celebrated their anniversary on February 22.
The actress took to social media to share how her boyfriend has taught her that love is not all about “the butterflies in your stomach, or the flowers, or the sweet surprises.”
“It’s about your ‘Partnership’. How one can drop everything and be selfless and give what your partner needs at the very moment,” she said.
She continued on to share that love is not quantifiable and fair. “Because love is sacrificing, love is your willingness to leap and cross the world to understand and help your partner. Love heals wounds. Love is choosing, despite all the negativity in this world,” she said.
For his part, The Dead Kids star expressed how grateful he is for Gabbi’s “perennial love” for him.
“You have been surrounding me with immense love and joy, that I’ve never felt so passionately before. I will forever be grateful for your perennial love. Here’s to celebrating life with you every single day,” he wrote.
On the talk show Tonight with Boy Abunda, Khalil confirmed they were dating back in July 2018. The two appeared in a romantic coming-of-age film LSS last year.