Dua Lipa was spotted sharing kiss with actor Callum Turner, confirming her new found romance after recent breakup.
According to DailyMail report, the Dance the Night singer and The Boys in the Boat actor couldn't keep their hands off each other, confirming their relationship just over two weeks after initial rumors surfaced.
The duo was seen together at various events, including a supportive appearance at a Q&A session for Callum's new series, Masters of the Air.
The couple was all smiles during a meal with friends at R+D Kitchen in Los Angeles, and TMZ shared a footage of them doing a slow dance at a party, adding to the speculation.
Callum, remaining silent when asked about their relationship status, further fueled the rumors.
The actor is part of the cast of the World War II drama Masters Of The Air, produced by Steven Spielberg.
Dua Lipa's new romance follows reports of her alleged breakup with French boyfriend Romain Gavras in December.
The Grammy winner and the son of renowned director Costa-Gavras reportedly ended their months-long relationship.
Dua Lipa opens up about her past breakups:
The Houdini hitmaker recently opened up about her past breakups, sharing insights in a Rolling Stone interview.
Lipa reflected on the novel experience of ending a relationship amicably, stating it was a positive encounter that taught her valuable lessons.
While not revealing specific details, Dua hinted that this positive breakup inspired a track on her upcoming album, focusing on themes of maturity and embracing a healthy state post-relationship.
She shared, "When you have a feeling like that one, you feel really grown because you’re like, ‘Oh, whoa, I’m such an evolved human being that I can see my ex move on and feel good about it,’"
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