Rose Leslie, Kit Harington

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Could this Game of Thrones pair be any cuter in real life?

Kit Harington, who has played Jon Snow on Game of Thrones since the show debuted in 2011, and girlfriend Rose Leslie, who portrayed his Wildling lover Ygritte (and often reminded him of how he "knows nothing"), looked cozier than ever Sunday at the 2016 Olivier Awards at the Royal Opera House in London.

The 29-year-old actors gazed into each other's eyes, smiling, and appeared to lean in for a kiss as they appeared on the red carpet together. Harington wore a black tux, while Leslie sported a strapless, silver, glittering, textured multi-layered gown, paired with a metallic choker, and wore her red hair pinned up in an updo.

Rose Leslie, Kit Harington

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Harington and Leslie dated in 2012 and broke up a year later. They sparked romance rumors again in 2014, when they were spotted looking cozy at LAX.

A source told E! News in January, after they were spotted showing PDA during a shopping trip, that Harington and Leslie have rekindled their romance. The actors, who are notoriously private, have kept mum about their relationship.

Their appearance comes weeks before the season six premiere of Game of Thrones, which airs on HBO on April 24. The new season will finally reveal to viewers Snow's fate, following last year's big shocker.

The Olivier Awards honor the best of British theater. The 2016 ceremony was hosted by original Les Misérables cast member Michael Ball, 53. Winners included Kenneth Branagh, 55, who won Best Actor for his performance in The Winter's Tale, and Lara Pulver, 35, for her supporting role in the musical Gypsy. She is also known for her role as Irene Adler, Benedict Cumberbatch's leading character's love interest on the BBC series Sherlock. The actor was also nominated for an Olivier Award, for his performance in Hamlet.

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