Singer-songwriter Rita Ora and producer Taika Waititi made their relationship official at the 'Suicide Squad 2' movie release in Los Angeles.
According to a report, the duo brought fire on the red carpet with their public exhibition of affection at the 'Suicide Squad 2 premiere' on Monday.
Evaluating this captioned their first red carpet arrival as a couple, Rita and Taika made sure it was a moment to recall. As the two lovebirds couldn't keep their hands off each other as they walked arm-in-arm.
Besides, they both looked skillfully fashionable at the star-studded event. The 'For You' singer was amazed in a striking white blazer dress by Azzi and Osta that starred tempting cutouts, a plunging neckline and a sexy open back. She accessorised the costume with diamond-embellished heels and drop earrings.
Taika, who features as Ratcatcher in the DC movie, let Rita steal the spotlight as he chose a simpler outfit, wearing a grey suit and a white button-down.
Rita and Taika prompted romance rumours in late April, then smashed the internet when they were sighted making out with actor Tessa Thompson in May.
In April, Rita shared a collage of images on Instagram that starred Marvel actor Tessa Thompson and the filmmaker. "Good times, memories, random things on my phone and the ones I love," she wrote at the time.
Later, in May, she and Taika emerged at the world release of 'RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under' in Sydney. Days later, they were spotted holding hands during an afternoon walk through the city, with the 'Thor: Love and Thunder' director wrapping his around Rita's and kissing her hand.
At the end if the month, the pair boosted the excitement after they were both seen making out with Tessa. The 'JoJo Rabbit' director was cuddled up between Rita and Tessa as they all locked lips and enjoyed each other's company.
Taika, who has two daughters, Te Hinekahu and Matewa Kiritapu with his ex Chelsea Winstanley--is notoriously confidential about his personal life. However, he lately handled his steamy get-together with Rita and Tessa.
"I think in the world of the internet, everything goes away pretty quick," he told a publication in July. "And also, 'Is it that big a deal?' No, not really."
He added, "I was doing nothing wrong. It's fine."