Stranger Things co-stars Natalia Dyer and Charlie Heaton recently made a red carpet appearance together and fans couldn't be happier.
Is It Official?
Dyer and Heaton, who play the roles of Nancy Wheeler and Jonathan Byers in the Netflix series, have been rumored to be romantically involved with each other for quite some time now.
Although neither of them has confirmed the relationship publicly, People reported that the couple is indeed dating and walked the red carpet together at the 2017 Fashion Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England, on Monday, Dec. 4.
The pair, who also star as love interests on Stranger Things, posed for shutterbugs on the red carpet of the event with their arms wrapped around each other.
Heaton, 23, rocked a black shirt and matching trousers, which he coupled with a mustard-colored bomber jacket. Meanwhile, Dyer, 20, looked gorgeous in a burgundy short-sleeved dress, emblazoned with shimmering stars and polka dots.
Second Red Carpet Appearance
This isn't their first red carpet appearance this week. Dyer and Heaton also attended Burberry and Cara Delevingne's Christmas party together in London on Saturday night, Dec. 2.
The couple pulled off another chic look on Saturday as Dyer donned a purple suede coat over a polka dotted outfit and an orange scarf around her neck while Heaton sported a long black coat on top of a plaid top and printed khaki trousers.
Dyer and Heaton have a lot to celebrate this week as the Netflix series was renewed for a third season on Dec. 1.
Heaton Denied Entry Into US For Alleged Cocaine Possession
Heaton and Dyer's red carpet appearance on Monday night marks the British actor's first since he was denied entry into the United States.
About a month ago, the actor was detained at LAX and sent back to the United Kingdom after airport officials allegedly found cocaine in his possession. Heaton arrived in Los Angeles to attend the premiere of the second season of Netflix's breakout hit. Heaton later released a statement to People and apologized for his absence at the show's premiere.
"My planned travel to the U.S. last week was affected by an issue at U.S. immigration, and I am working to rectify it as soon as possible," the statement reads. "I do want to clarify that I was not arrested or charged with a crime, and cooperated fully with the U.S. officials at LAX."
He then expressed his apologies to fans and his Stranger Things co-stars for missing the premiere.
"We are all so proud of this season and I would never want this story to negatively impact the show," he added.