Helena Bonham Carter, 54, enjoys a relaxed dog walk with her beau Rye Dag Holmboe, 32, in chilly London
They have been as loved-up as ever in recent sightings.
The actress, 54, wrapped up warm in a red and plum scarf and long black jacket as the couple walked their two dogs in the capital.
Loved up: Helena Bonham Carter, 54, and her boyfriend Rye Dag Holmboe, 32, looked comfortable as they went for a stroll in chilly London on Sunday
Helena, who previously revealed her romance with the writer is ‘a bit of unexpected magic in [her] life’, paired a floral skirt with a pair of dark boots.
She swept her auburn locks away from her face with a light scrunchie and kept her protective mask worn under her chin.
On Wednesday, the thespian had stepped out for a midweek supply run, as the UK continues its current, seemingly endless lockdown.
She matched a floral skirt with a flowery face mask during the solo trip.
Puppy love: The actress wrapped up warm in a red and plum scarf and long black jacket as the couple walk two dogs in the capital
The Harry Potter star had been seen out on a walk the day before with her beau, who she met at a wedding over two years ago.
Helena shares son Billy, 17, and 13-year-old daughter Nell with her ex Tim Burton, 62.
The actress had a famously unconventional 13-year relationship with director Tim, which ended in 2014.
On finally moving on from Tim, the Enid star – who previously dated Irish actor Kenneth Branagh between 1994 and 1999 – admitted she grew tired of ‘grieving’ their relationship, and now leads a ‘happy’ life with her new boyfriend.
Double floral: Helena was sure to sync her face mask with the rest of her outfit on Wednesday
Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar UK, the thespian shared: ‘You break up, you grieve, you get bored of grieving. And then you finally move on.
‘I’m very happy with someone else. It’s been a bit of unexpected magic in my life.’
On the professional front, Helena won rave reviews for her role as Princess Margaret on seasons three and four of The Crown.
Helena recently told how she believes the Netflix series has a ‘moral responsibility’ to remind viewers they are not watching a documentary.
She told The Crown: The Official Podcast: ‘It is dramatised. I do feel very strongly because I think we have a moral responsibility to say hang on guys, it’s not a drama doc, we’re making a drama. They are different entities.’
‘Unexpected magic in my life’: The day before, the couple were spotted out as they headed for another stroll, walking two dogs