Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Were Twinning on Dinner Date

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Were Twinning on Dinner Date

Chris Pratt, Katherine Schwarzenegger


Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger had been twinning on their newest date night time.

The 39-year-old Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy star and the 28-year-old writer and daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver had a late dinner with mates from the Zoe Church on the Magnificence & Essex restaurant in Los Angeles on Friday night time and had been photographed exterior. Chris was all smiles in a protracted sleeve denim shirt and black denims. Katherine lined up in a denim jacket and black pants.

The couple seemed to be in excessive spirits as they shared dishes like tomato soup dumplings, Thai shrimp and tuna poke and filet with their friends, E! Information has realized.

On Saturday morning, Chris and Katherine attended the annual Zoe Convention on the Wiltern Theatre. The 2 had been noticed hugging and the actor was seen whispering in her ear and touching the small of her again, a supply advised E! Information.

Chris and Katherine have been noticed collectively a number of occasions since they first sparked romance rumors in June, after they had been photographed collectively on a picnic close to Santa Barbara, California. A supply later E! Information that the 2 had been on a number of dates within the weeks beforehand. They haven’t commented on the standing of their relationship.

Earlier this week, Chris and Katherine had been noticed leaving one other church service. Additionally they had lunch collectively at a Beverly Hills resort, rode scooters collectively and later had dinner at her mom’s home.

“Maria may be very excited for Katherine. Everybody has their fingers crossed that that is going to work out long run. They suppose Chris is a tremendous man and an awesome catch,” a supply advised E! Information on the time. “They’re actually excellent collectively and have related targets and values. They’ve gotten severe shortly.”

—Reporting by Ali Rosenbloom and Holly Passalaqua

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