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As per the Star Wars movie Attack of the Clones (2002) Padme Saying to Anakin

I've been dying each day since you came back to my life..I love you..I think our live going to destroy any way..I truly, deeply love you.

Can anyone say from which time Padme was in love with Anakin?

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    Padme was in love with Anakin, like, during the movie? I know it's horrible but if you pay attention you can see it. Or maybe you should be forgiven for not seeing it for the precise same reason. – thegreatjedi May 16 '16 at 12:04
  • im asking when she got the Love feelings for Anakin? 1st seen or later..? – RANSARA009 May 16 '16 at 12:12
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She "fell in love" with him during the events of the movie.

  • Their first meeting in AotC is their first meeting since separating a decade ago. This is the first time she meets Anakin after he is all grown up. At this point, Anakin is instantly infatuated with her but for Padme it's straight to the friendzone for him.
  • When she returned to Naboo to retreat from politics for a while, Anakin was assigned to escort her while Obi-Wan runs off to start the Clone Wars. They will be alone with nobody but each other until the war starts.
  • Throughout their stay in Naboo, Anakin shamelessly flirts with Padme and tries to break out of the friendzone and advance to the next base. Padme is subconsciously touched - her emotions are a mess, but she intentionally or subconsciously refuses to acknowledge it as love, choosing instead to let cooler heads prevail and not partake in violating Jedi rules nor enter into a work relationship.
  • By the time they are preparing to be executed in Geonosis. Padme started to believe that she'll really die there - under the circumstances, what will you do to die with no regrets, however taboo it may be?

Padme started to feel attracted to Anakin while on Naboo, but she was in self-denial until Geonosis, when she finally sorted herself out and admitted to herself that she does indeed "love" Anakin.

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    Also, she's not like sand. Anakin hates sand. – Valorum May 16 '16 at 12:38

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