Malek and Boynton looked happy as they took a stroll in Los Angeles along with Boynton's mother

By Alexia Fernandez
January 29, 2019 04:58 PM
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It’s all about family!

Rami Malek took a stroll with his girlfriend and Bohemian Rhapsody costar Lucy Boynton in Los Angeles on Monday with Boynton’s mother, Adriaane Pielou.

The Golden Globe-winning actor, 37, looked relaxed and happy with the two women as they ventured out for some shopping and lunch.

Malek wore a black jacket decorated with white stripes, black skinny jeans and boots while Boynton, 25, kept warm in a black jacket, black leggings and a white top.

Pielou matched with the couple wearing white skinny jeans and a black sweater.

Malek and Boynton also looked cozy at the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday.

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While they walked the red carpet separately, the two stuck close to each other throughout the award show, an insider told PEOPLE.

“They’re glancing at each other and exchanging knowing laughs during the show,” the source said. “He also checked in with her before leaving the table during a commercial break like a boyfriend would.”

They first met on the set of Bohemian Rhapsody, where the actor portrayed Queen frontman Freddie Mercury and Boynton played Mary Austin. Austin was Mercury’s former fiancée and lifelong confidant who inherited half of his estate when he died from complications of AIDS in 1991. The acclaimed biopic earned a SAG nomination for Best Cast in a Motion Picture and won Malek Best Actor.

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Malek, who is also up for an Oscar for his performance in Bohemian Rhapsody, confirmed his relationship with his costar just weeks before their SAG Awards date night.

“Thank you, Lucy Boynton. You have been my ally, my confidant, you are my love,” he said as he shouted the actress out at the Palm Springs International Film Festival’s Film Awards Gala while accepting the award for breakthrough performance. “I appreciate you so much.”