Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger were twinning on their latest date night.
The 39-year-old Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy star and the 28-year-old author and daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver had a late dinner with friends from the Zoe Church at the Beauty & Essex restaurant in Los Angeles on Friday night and were photographed outside. Chris was all smiles in a long sleeve denim shirt and black jeans. Katherine covered up in a denim jacket and black pants.
The couple appeared to be in high spirits as they shared dishes like tomato soup dumplings, Thai shrimp and tuna poke and filet with their pals, E! News has learned.
On Saturday morning, Chris and Katherine attended the annual Zoe Conference at the Wiltern Theatre. The two were spotted hugging and the actor was seen whispering in her ear and touching the small of her back, a source told E! News.
Chris and Katherine have been spotted together several times since they first sparked romance rumors in June, when they were photographed together on a picnic near Santa Barbara, California. A source later E! News that the two had been on multiple dates in the weeks beforehand. They have not commented on the status of their relationship.
In late July, Chris and Katherine were photographed kissing in Los Angeles. The two spent time together at a church service, had lunch with the pastor and later took his son Jack, who will turn 6 this month, to get some frozen yogurt.
Chris and his ex-wife Anna Faris, the boy's mother, have been separated for more than a year. The actor filed for divorce last December.
Earlier this week, Chris and Katherine were spotted leaving another church service. They also had lunch together at a Beverly Hills hotel, rode scooters together and later had dinner at her mother's house.
"Maria is very excited for Katherine. Everyone has their fingers crossed that this is going to work out long term. They think Chris is an amazing guy and a great catch," a source told E! News at the time. "They are really perfect together and have similar goals and values. They have gotten serious quickly."
—Reporting by Alli Rosenbloom and Holly Passalaqua