The cute couple strolled hand in hand, until they were spotted by photographers…
They've been oh-so-coy about their romance, but Amazing Spider-Man co-stars Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were spotted enjoying a romantic moment during a stroll in NYC yesterday.
It’s thought the pair – who share an on-screen romance in the hotly-tipped spidey movie – hooked up last summer, but have kept their blossoming relationship firmly under wraps since then.
'They got close during filming and have been hooking up,' one insider told American Us Magazine at the time.
But yesterday the couple made a rare outing together, and seemed closer than ever as they strolled hand-in-hand through the streets of New York.
The couple were spotted laughing and chatting before they spied waiting photographers, with Emma jumping behind her British beau to avoid being snapped.
Last year, onlookers spoke of sizzling chemistry between the twosome, who giggled and flirted when they sat behind each other the MTV movie awards.
Garfield also gushed in a recent interview that filming with Emma on the flick ‘was fantastic,’ adding: ‘I feel like the luckiest boy alive.’
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