Zendaya and Tom Holland are once again couple goals as they went on a ridiculously cute stroll in the sunshine in London.
The Spider-Man co-stars have been dating since first meeting on the set of Homecoming in 2017, and somehow seem to get more loved-up as the years go by.
And with Tom hailing from England, and Zendaya a native of the US – not to mention the filming they do abroad – the pair are regular snapped in different cities around the world, either at red carpet events or on holidays.
This week the couple were seen on a romantic stroll in a sun-drenched West London park, along with their dog Noon.
They were snapped on the relaxing walk with the miniature Schnauzer, Tom’s arm around the Euphoria star’s waist as they took it easy in the sun.
And as England continues to bask in high temperatures, they took a short break for Zendaya to feed her boyfriend ice cream.
Zendaya looked incredible in an all-black outfit despite the heat – a light long-sleeved hoodie and legging, with her shoulder-length hair loose.
Tom, meanwhile, was dressed for the weather in a blue baseball cap turned backwards, a cool pink t-shirt and blue jeans.
Noon has been spotted with the couple in both New York and the UK, meaning the pup is more travelled than many humans, and took the stroll in the park in his stride.
Tom and Zendaya make no secret of their feelings for each other, regularly speaking lovingly about their partner in interviews.
Recently, Tom was taking part in an interview about new series The Crowded Room, where he admitted there was one thing in particular Zendaya wasn’t a fan of when he was filming the drama.
That thing? His haircut.
‘I had the bangs. Bless Zendaya, she had a lot to put up with, with me looking like that for 10 months,’ he told Radio Times.
He added: ‘It was rough.’
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