Andrew Garfield and Rita Ora are taking their rumored relationship public

By Maura Hohman
December 25, 2018 12:10 PM
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The apparent couple was spotted walking with their arms linked in London’s Primrose Hill district on Christmas Eve. For the occasion, the Oscar-nominated actor, 35, wore a long beige coat, baseball cap, grey button-down and black pants. The pop star, 28, sported a black jacket buttoned all the way up and matching hat with her hair tied back.

The duo has previously been linked by several tabloids, but neither of them has officially confirmed that they’re dating.

The “Your Song” hitmaker recently discussed her dating life for an issue of PEOPLE published at the end of November while promoting her long-awaited second album — and first-ever U.S. release — Phoenix.

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“I never know what I’m looking for,” Ora confessed. “I don’t actually [have a type], at all.”

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Ora’s past romances are certainly indicative of that. Former boyfriends include Rob Kardashian, Calvin Harris, and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.

Garfield famously dated Emma Stone on-and-off for nearly four years before calling it quits in 2015.

Asked how she’s feeling these days, Ora said, “I feel great!”

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So does Ora have trouble letting romantic love interests into her life?

“No, not really,” she told PEOPLE. “I don’t have that much trouble anymore. I have great friends around me who are very local and we try to keep it small and compact and tight.”

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“‘Let You Love Me’ wasn’t that deep,” she added of her new song, in which she sings about pushing away from a relationship after it starts to get real. “It was just kind of like a moment in time for me that I felt like everyone kind of goes through when they’re not mentally ready to commit to something, so it was more about running away from something that you didn’t feel like you could handle at that moment. It was more of a sense of relief.”