Emmerdale's Posner brothers Max Parker and Kris Mochrie confirm romance away ...

EMMERDALE brothers Kris Mochrie and Max Parker, who play Lee and Luke Posner, have spoken out for the first time since becoming a couple, after going on holiday together last month.

PUBLISHED: 11:09, Wed, Sep 23, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:09, Wed, Sep 23, 2020

Kris Mochrie, 34, who played rapist Lee Posner in Emmerdale, has addressed his new romance with Emmerdale's Max Parker, who plays his brother Luke Posner. The ITV actor admitted he doesn't want to "jinx things", after jetting off on their first holiday together last month.

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Kris Mochrie

While the stars were brothers in the ITV soap, Kris revealed they didn't share any scenes together.

Kris and Max jetted off together for a holiday in Dubai last month and have never spoken of their relationship until now.

The ITV soap star began: "It’s great to meet someone through work and have so many things in common and an understanding of each other’s jobs.

"We didn’t actually share any scenes together on Emmerdale but kept in touch after I left."

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Kris first starred as Victoria Barton's (Isabel Hodgins) rapist Lee from April 2019, before leaving last October.

“I don’t want to jinx things," he continued.

"We are seeing how we get on."

The Emmerdale star went on: "We had a great time on holiday in Dubai.

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