Cheryl Cole and dancer beau Tre Holloway may have only been dating two months, but they proved they are very much in sync during a dinner date.
Both were spotted leaving Zuma restaurant in Knightsbridge dressed to complement each other.
The glam singer rocked a burgundy skirt and a black top, whilst Tre colour coordinated with Cheryl, wearing a shirt in the same shade.
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The couple's date on Monday night came after Cheryl played London's O2 Arena on Sunday night.
She began her A Million Lights tour last week and will finish it in her hometown of Newcastle next week.
Cheryl first met Tre in 2010 when he took part in one of her numbers on the live X Factor shows.
Romance is said to have blossomed around her June 30 birthday, when Tre was a guest at her Las Vegas birthday party.
She recently danced with the handsome American on Jonathan Ross' chat show, but was coy when asked about the romance.
"I am having a lot of fun right now and I'm a very happy person," was all the 29-year-old would say.
Meanwhile, Cheryl has revealed how having malaria made her reassess her life.
Opening up in her autobiography Cheryl: My Story, the brunette beauty admits that she started writing a will following her near-fatal brush with the disease, after a trip to Tanzania with dancer Derek Hough (pictured below) in 2010.
"Now I feel sure I had it for a reason. It's almost as if it was God's way of forcing me to stop and get off the roller coaster ride my life had become.
"It made me take a good look at myself - and that's what I've done," she said.
Cheryl, who was diagnosed with the worst strain of malaria, falciparum, decided to pen her will after being told by a nurse that death was a possibility.
"I can clearly remember asking the nurse if I was dying - and feeling relieved when she said, 'It's a possibility'.
"'Make this end', I thought. I just had nothing left," she recalled.
"Afterwards I told mam: 'I'm gonna write me will. Bring paper. I need to tell you what to do'. I was matter of fact. I was so over it by now - too tired to take any more."
As the 29-year-old recovered from the disease, she realised she wanted to change her life.
"I'd had enough. I wanted to be floating around on the carousel, not watching my knuckles turn white on the roller coaster. I just had to work out how to change my life."