Andrew Garfield And Emma Stone Are Still Dating! Spotted Looking Boho Chic Together In London, Celebrating Spider-Man’s 30th Belated Birthday
By Staff Writer | August 28, 2013 04:44 PM EDT
Breathe a sigh of relief, Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone fans. The couple, who hadn't been seen in public together since filming of "Spider-Man 2" wrapped up in New York City last month, were spotted in London yesterday, proving that they are still dating. Andrew and Emma were seen laughing and having a ton of fun together, as they do.
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Andrew celebrated his 30th birthday in his hometown of London, England, last week, but it looks like 24-year-old Emma took a break from filming "Untitled Woody Allen Project" movie in Nice, France, to wish her beau a belated "Happy birthday."
According to PopSugar.com, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield spent the day sightseeing and enjoying lunch. They caught up with friends over an outdoor meal and also hopped on board one of the city's famous double-decker buses to make their way around sightseeing around London, the website writes.
Andrew also took some time to work on his skateboard skills at a park.
Andrew and Emma were channeling a boho chic style on the streets of London. Andrew wore dark jeans, sneakers, a gray shirt, and one of his trademark plaid shirts, this time in a mauve color. He also was rocking a unique, beaded necklace.
Emma wore baggy black pants, flat dark booties, a loose gray T-shirt, and a matching, chunky cardigan. She accessorized with a summer fedora, sunglasses, and a white and black tote.
Andrew has been dating his "Spider-Man" co-star Emma Stone since 2011.
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