A History of Zac Efron and Sami Miró's Sweetest Social Media Snaps
It's been a little over a year since Zac Efron and Sami Miró first emerged as a couple, and since then, we've only seen glimpses of their budding romance. Most of their adorable moments have come courtesy of Sami herself, who recently explained why she doesn't hide her relationship from the limelight. Outside of that, we've caught them during a few public outings together. While recently digging up a few fun facts about Zac's girl, we discovered plenty of their sweetest moments. Keep reading to see them all.
Sami Miró got in on a national holiday with this one: "Did someone say #nationalkissday?"
"110 degree bike rides w/ baby," Sami wrote with this photo.
"Unlock the swag," read Zac's caption for this selfie stick snap.
Shortly after Zac wanted to "unlock the swag," Sami confirmed with this one: "The swag unlocked." It might be a blurry picture, but Sami did tag Zac in it.
Zac seized the opportunity to sneak in "Trap Queen" lyrics: "I'm like hey what's up hello . . . "
"Haunted Savannah," wrote Sami. It's hard to tell with all the shadows, but you can just barely make out Zac's handsome features.
Sami posted this sweet moment from her Hawaiian getaway with Zac.
Sami played coy in this picture, sharing just an emoji of a lipstick mark.
In the beginning of November 2014, Sami shared this adorable embrace. "About a week ago," she wrote.
Sami's first Instagram post with Zac was back in October 2014. They dined together at Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark!
Zac also Instagrammed the same sweet date.
Looks like their travels back in October also took them to Scandinavia. Sami captioned this picture with, "That one time in Sweden."
Around the same time in October 2014, Sami shared this image with two kissing emoji.
Sami shared this absolutely adorable snap back in January 2015. The caption reads, "Naps between takes."
Just before Valentine's Day in 2015, Sami posted this sweet smooch: "Good vibes only."
There's not much context to this moment. All Sami wrote was, "What."