Hollywood star Robert Pattinson seems to have found his new love in Suki Waterhouse. The Twilight actor, who was previously dating FKA Twigs, was spotted on a PDA-packed date with the English model-turned-actress.
A slew of pictures shared by E! News shows the duo strolling through the streets of London. They were spotted getting cosy in the middle of the night as they walked arm-in-arm, sharing steamy kisses during their walk.
The Hollywood stars were spotted on a date night at the Electric Cinema in Notting Hill. They watched Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again at around 9 p.m. Following their movie date, onlookers spotted the duo making their way to SoHo House. They enjoyed a few drinks and stayed back at the eatery till about 1 am.
Going by the pictures, the couple seemed quite happy being in each others' company. They also held each other closely and kissed several times on their way back home.
"Along the way, they were very close and cuddled and kissed many times. Robert was very affectionate to her and had his arm around her the whole way and Suki reciprocated by holding his hand and kissing it," an eyewitness told the publication.
"They were very loved up and close. Robert stroked Suki's hair and gave her another loving kiss," the onlooker added.
Pattinson's new love affair comes just weeks after he was spotted reuniting with his ex, Kristen Stewart. The duo met each other at Lily-rose Depp's birthday party and reportedly parted ways on good terms. Pattinson was previously engaged to singer FKA Twigs. However, their relationship ended in late 2017, two years after the couple started dating.
Meanwhile, Waterhouse was recently associated with Jennifer Lawrence's ex-boyfriend and filmmaker Darren Aronofsky. Hence, speculations are rife over a possible love affair between Pattinson and Waterhouse, however, People reported that their representatives have denied any romantic relationship.
Waterhouse was also previously dating Bradley Cooper for two years until they broke up in 2015, following which she dated Diego Luna until 2017.