The two actors celebrated the holiday together
Roberts, 28, and Hedlund, 34, were photographed stopping by Albertson’s supermarket to buy unicorn baskets.
The American Horror Story actress wore a baby blue dress and pink sunglasses while Hedlund wore jeans, a blue button-down shirt and a camel colored jacket.
Their outing comes after a source told PEOPLE last week the two are taking things slow after Roberts broke off her engagement to Evan Peters.
“Emma is newly single and neither she nor Garrett are in the right headspace to be in a serious relationship,” the source said. “They’re just having fun hanging out and hooking up.”
Reps for Roberts and Hedlund did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
The two were photographed holding hands in New York City in late March just weeks after reports first emerged about their relationship when they were seen kissing while on a dinner date in Los Angeles.
A source confirmed to PEOPLE last month that Roberts and frequent American Horror Story costar Peters, 32, had called off their engagement for the second time after seven years together. The confirmation came after Roberts and Hedlund were first spotted together.
Roberts and Peters met while filming the 2013 indie Adult World. They began dating in the summer of 2012, and PEOPLE confirmed their engagement in January 2014, after Peters popped the question over the holidays.
They previously called off their engagement in 2015 but soon rekindled their romance.
The actors hit a rough patch in July 2013, when Roberts was arrested in connection with domestic violence in Montreal, Canada.
“It was an unfortunate incident and misunderstanding,” Roberts’ rep reps said in a statement. “Ms. Roberts was released after questioning and the couple is working together to move past it.”
Hedlund is currently starring in Netflix’s Triple Frontier opposite Ben Affleck and Oscar Isaac. He was famously in a relationship with Kirsten Dunst for four years before they split in 2016.
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