Zendaya and Tom Holland seen kissing in a car in LA

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Photo credit: Kevin Winter - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevin Winter - Getty Images

Zendaya and Tom Holland's onscreen romance may be real IRL.

The Spider-Man: Far From Home co-starts were spotted sharing a kiss in Los Angeles yesterday. In photos obtained by Page Six, which you can see here, the two were seen kissing in an Audi while stopped at a red light.

According to Page Six, at one point the two were seen making silly faces at each other, before Holland leaned in and caressed Zendaya's chin.

The pair were also photographed in the Silver Lake neighborhood, where Zendaya's mother lives. Pictures show the two and Zendaya's mother leaving a residence together, while the other are wearing casual clothes and Zendaya has no makeup on (still looking gorgeous, of course).

Photo credit: Kevin Winter - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevin Winter - Getty Images

Rumours about Zendaya and Holland dating have been floating around since they starred in Spider-Man: Homecoming together in 2017. Zendaya denied the 2017 rumors in a Variety interview that year, saying, "He's literally one of my best friends. This past how many months we've had to do press tours together. There's very few people that will understand what that's like at 20 years old."

The two have since worked together on two more Spider-Man movies, with the third, "No Way Home," set to release this December. They've also been rumored to date separate people, with Zendaya being photographed often with her Euphoria co-star Jacob Elordi.

In an April interview with British GQ, Holland said that Zendaya helped him deal with his growing fame and strangers asking for his autograph in public. "I used to come across sometimes as a bit of a dick to fans," he said. "Zendaya spotted this and quickly told me that this sort of reaction was going to be more aggro than just smiling and taking the picture. She totally changed the way I am able to be more comfortable in public."

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