Emma Watson and her boyfriend Leo Robinton won’t let lockdown stop them from getting their caffeine fix, oh no.
The actress, 30, who is best known for playing Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies, made a rare appearance with Leo, as they ventured out for a little park date in Primrose Hill.
The couple wrapped up as they grabbed some fresh air and their coffees to go, with Emma still looking oh so fashion on her walk around the block.
She stepped out wearing a charcoal grey tailored coat and leather boots, as well as a beanie hat she threw on to keep warm and a checked face mask.
Not to be outdone by his fashionista girlfriend, Leo schooled us all in smart casual, as he rocked a patterned blazer coat, white jumper and shiny boots.
He and Emma were seen stocking up on take-away treats, including a cheeky mini-bottle of wine, before heading into the park to continue their date alfresco.
Since finding fame with Harry Potter on the big screen, Emma has spent plenty of time over in the US, attending Ivy League college Brown University in Rhode Island and hanging out in Los Angeles.
Leo, meanwhile, is a businessman from LA and was first romantically linked to the Little Women star in October last year, when they were spotted kissing.
Since then, the duo have kept their relationship relatively private, although it’s been reported things are getting pretty serious, as Emma has introduced Leo to her parents.
‘Emma and Leo did everything in their power to keep their relationship private, but his closeness with Emma didn’t go unnoticed by his colleagues at the time,’ a sourced told Mail Online.
‘Emma introduced Leo to her parents, she was really serious about him,’ they added, claiming: ‘They went for a meal together back in December at The Ivy restaurant in St John’s Wood not long after Emma and Leo first met.’
Their relationship came to light after Emma had opened up about her love life in an interview with British Vogue in November last year and insisted she was ‘self-partnered’.
She told the publication: ‘I never believed the whole, “I’m happy single,” spiel. I was like, “this is totally spiel,” it took me a long time, but I’m very happy.’
‘I call it being self-partnered,’ she revealed – a term that her Harry Potter co-star Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy, then referenced himself and said he was too ‘quite happily self-partnered’.
His admission came after Rupert Grint had – not wanting to stir up any rumours, but definitely doing so – claimed he had always seen ‘sparks’ between Emma and Tom on the Harry Potter set.
Rupert, who played Ron Weasley, told Entertainment Tonight: ‘There was always something. There was a little bit of a spark.’
Tom, meanwhile, had nothing but nice things to say about Emma when quizzed by Metro.co.uk last year. He gushed: ‘Emma’s Emma, she’s a unique, beautiful soul. It’s always nice to bump into one another.’
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