Emily VanCamp Wows in a Wedding Dress on the Revenge Set With Gabriel Mann: Picture

Entertainment Oct. 30, 2013 AT 6:20PM
Emily VanCamp and Gabriel Mann
Emily VanCamp wears a wedding dress on the set of Revenge with Gabriel Mann Credit: RIOS/XPOSUREPHOTOS.COM

Save the date: Emily Thorne and Daniel Grayson are headed for the altar! New photos from the set of ABC's hit drama Revenge show actress Emily VanCamp dressed to the nines in a gorgeous white wedding dress and accompanied by costar Gabriel Mann, who plays fellow schemer Nolan Ross on the show.

VanCamp, 27, looks radiant in an ethereal strapless gown with a lace, scalloped bodice and layered tulle skirt. A delicate veil sits atop her loosely curled hair, and a pearl cuff encircles one wrist. She makes a beautiful bride -- but fans of the smash series know there's a dark side lurking under all that angelic white.

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As seen on season three of the drama, VanCamp's character, Emily Thorne -- a.k.a. the real Amanda Clarke -- is plotting to take down the wealthy, corrupt Graysons at her society wedding to Daniel, played by the actress' real-life boyfriend, Joshua Bowman. Mann offered a tease of the big day on Twitter, sharing a photo of a single rose on the ground between his feet, with the cryptic caption: "A wicked wedding this way comes...it all leads to this." 

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VanCamp and Bowman's real-life romance, of course, is far less soapy and scandalous. The former Everwood star opened up about their relationship in an interview with Women's Health earlier this year, telling the mag her British beau loves her for her.

"I'm at my most confident when I'm in nature and I don't have to dress up," the actress shared with the magazine. "When I take off my makeup, that's my boyfriend's favorite. And that, to me, is a symbol of a great guy -- someone who doesn't care about all that stuff."

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As for what makes them work as a couple? "It's more about accepting each other as separate people. That's the fundamental that I try to approach a relationship with," she explained. "Laugh a lot and be really delicate with the other person's heart, because sometimes you start to take each other for granted. Always remember that neither of you needs to be there. It's a choice every day to stay together."

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