Everyone always tells you to try and move on following a relationship that's ended, and while I totally appreciate that advice, I'm not prepared to take it on this occasion. Not when it comes to the lost love between Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, which clearly hasn't been completely lost at all according to this latest photo.
After dating for four years, the La La Land actress and the Spiderman actor broke it off in 2015, with some publications speculating it was down to that age-old Hollywood curse of "busy schedules", while others suggested it was because he wanted a family whereas Emma wasn't quite ready.
Whatever the reason for this couple's break-up, all I know is that my heart will forever ache until they reunite officially.
And one look at this emotional photo of Andrew and Emma's beautiful embrace at the EE British Academy Film Awards Nespresso Nominees' Party in Kensington, London last night, will make you understand why.
Just LOOK. They're clearly perfect together. Look at the smile on his face. He's so happy.
The former couple were both in attendance at the pre-BAFTAs party last night after having been nominated for their respective roles in La La Land and Hacksaw Ridge. They both happen to also be nominated for the 'Best Actor' and 'Best Actress' categories in this year's Oscars, which will take place on February 26th in Los Angeles.
I mean, is that not a sign their lives are aligned and they should therefore spend every minute of them together? Or am I just reading into it a little too much?
Either way, what's clear is that Andrew and Emma have always remained friends following their amicable split. The pair spent Andrew's 33rd birthday together in London in August last year, and he recently told The Hollywood Reporter that he'd choose Emma to be stranded on a desert island with.
"Emma Stone. I love Emma. She's all right. She can come," he said.
Ugh, it makes my heart hurt even more than La La Land, and that's saying something.
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