Dylan celebrated his own nuptials to wife Barbara Palvin in July 2023
During an interview with Access, released on Saturday, the My Fake Boyfriend star, 31, was asked whether Cole feels pressure to get married now that his twin has tied the knot with model Barbara Palvin.
"Cole is kind of a pressure-less guy," Dylan said. "I'm envious of him. He doesn't really feel pressure in any way."
He noted that he's careful not to pry too much into his sibling's romantic life.
"I don't ask him stuff like that on purpose. I don't want him to feel... I'm older than him, so I'm much more relaxed. I'm way more chill. Take your time, you'll grow," he continued, jokingly referring to the fact that he was born 15 minutes before Cole.
Elsewhere in the interview, Dylan — who was joined by actress Virginia Gardner to promote their new movie Beautiful Wedding — opened up about his July 2023 nuptials to Palvin, 30. He described their wedding, which took place in Hungary at Harlekin Birtok, an estate owned by his wife's parents, as "lovely."
"This is actually on her family land," he explained as photos from the ceremony appeared onscreen. "She owns a wedding venue so that was very convenient. Super convenient for us."
Dylan also recounted the moment he first met Palvin at an event in New York City, revealing that their first interaction was a bit unexpected. "She cut me in line for the step and repeat. She like jumped over the line and cut me and then the rest is history, now six years later," he recalled.
When Access host Mario Lopez offered a little advice to Dylan and Gardner — who married The Struts bassist Jed Elliott in August 2023 — to "enjoy their unions" before thinking about having children, Dylan joked about the double baby blessings that abound in his family.
"My issue is that I just have like a huge number of twins in my family, so like one baby turns into two immediately, always," he explained.
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Dylan and Palvin shared highlights of their wedding last year, telling Vogue that they exchanged vows in the very same church where the bride's parents had gotten married more than 30 years before.
“All the people we love and care for were there,” Palvin said of the ceremony. “We all cried a little.”
Added Dylan, "Before walking down the aisle, we were nervous, but as soon as we laid eyes on each other, we just started laughing, and this calmed our nerves. Of course we both ended up crying.”
He also admitted to being nervous about the couple's first dance as husband and wife.
“But after we were done with that, we just enjoyed the great food and live music," he recalled. "We did a few pálinka shots and listened to some traditional Hungarian music as well while playing wedding games — if you want to know more, you had to be there!”
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