After celebrating the world premiere of their biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, stars Rami Malek and girlfriend Lucy Boynton held hands as they left a bar in the early hours of the morn.
The two actors who play iconic Queen frontman Freddie Mercury and his muse Mary Austinheld, respectively, were interlinked – showing they were definitely (right?) an item after rumours surfaced earlier this year they were romantically involved – as they slunk out of Lay Low bar in Notting Hill at 4.30am.
They were joined by actor Joseph Mazzello who was also seen leaving the venue at the same time after partying the night (and morning) away following the premiere of their film.
Hey, they all work hard, they all like nice things.
Rami was still in the same white suit he sported on the purple carpet of the films epic premiere at Wembley earlier in the evening, when he was joined by Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Lucy had had a costume change, though, switching her 80s dream of a pink strapless dress into a 60s wonder shift dress covered in sequins.
She topped it off with a pair of silver platform pumps as she held onto Rami on the way out of the West London joint, before he slunk down in his seat, attempting to make a low-profile getaway.
Earlier this year 37-year-old Rami and 24-year-old Lucy were spotted in New York looking mighty cosy.
But they two clearly have a lot of professional admiration for one another, as they applauded one another on the press circuit of the film this week.
Lucy called Rami a leader who set the tone every day, and in response Rami called Lucy and his co-stars incredibly supportive of his decision.
[Lucy] was incredibly supportive throughout, I couldnt have asked for a greater group of individuals as actors to support me through this, he said. It is extremely daunting having what feels like the weight of the world on your shoulders – [Freddie] is everything to everyone and I just never wanted to let him down and every day I went in there and reminded myself this had nothing to do with anybody and had nothing to do with me or anyone in the crew, any one of the actors.
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We were here to honour and celebrate this human being, and no one is getting in the way of that.
Bohemian Rhapsody is in cinemas today.
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