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The Audi & Weinstein party at Chateau Marmont Monday night was the place for semi-undercover lovers to hit the town together.
So were their any PDAs inside the bash? And which couple is on the relationship fast track?
There were no PDA overloads from either couple, which is weird since there was no press, just Industry folk inside the exclusive event.
Even though Kate and Skars entered the bash separately, once they got inside the joint, they were side by side…and, they weren't alone!
Kate was talking with Alexander and his father, Stellan Skarsgård, for quite some time.
Was this the first time meeting one of the parental units?
Duh, no! Don't think we like how Kate is practically moving in with family, already. This is not a good sign.
"They were all talking and laughing for a while at the party," blabs our source. "Kate looked adorable and seemed very engaged talking to [Alexander's] dad."
Think things are really getting serious for Kate and Alexander? Insiders close to Kate say the two are "happy as ever."
Obviously, we're not exactly rooting for them to make it down the aisle, but they sure are pretty to look at.
Another yummy duo that drew some attention at the Weinstein shindig was...
Amanda and Ryan, still quite perky for each other. Even though she spent a lot of the time schmoozing and laughing with Harvey Weinstein, Amanda grabbed a table outside in the courtyard where the boyfriend later joined.
Yes, apparently Ryan and Amanda are still going strong, sources tell us.
Seyfried, looking glam in a white dress and couldn't stop smiling when Phillippe eventually snuggled up to her, a source on the scene assures us.
"They looked really cute together, and both very happy."
Even though PDAs may have been relatively under control around their peers, the last few times Ryan and Amanda have been spotted out together, they weren't so reserved, making out at Soho House and getting grabby with each other at Joan's on Third.
Let's hope Skars and that blonde of his don't start pulling public stuff like that, don't think we could take it.