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It looks like the blossoming relationship between Harry Styles and his Canadian girlfriend might have reached the meet-the-parents stage.
Vancouver-born actress Taylor Russell was spotted with the British singer and actor this weekend in picturesque Deep Cove, strolling the pier and stopping for a bite.
Like a lot of celebrities over the years, the couple dropped by Honey’s Doughnuts & Goodies on Deep Cove’s main drag for some sweets.
They were also reportedly spotted having dinner at Hawksworth Restaurant in the Rosewood Hotel Georgia while in Vancouver.
The couple, both 29, have been seen together several times in the past year, including at an after-party following Russell’s time on stage in The Effect at the National Theatre in London, sparking rumours they’re in a relationship.
Russell is best known for Netflix’s well-received reboot of Lost in Space. She also starred in last year’s Bones and All, a love story with a grisly twist that also starred Timothée Chalamet and Oscar winner Mark Rylance, and the drama Waves.
Honey’s Doughnuts got some love from another big British star, Kate Winslet, in 2017. During a press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival, Winslet waxed lyrical about her love of Vancouver and the Deep Cove sweet spot in particular.
“We get so many movie stars, so many stars come in, and we want to give them the space and privacy … because they are constantly bombarded by the paparazzi and stuff,” said co-owner Ashak Saferali after Winslet’s 2017 shout-out. “When they come in, we treat them like normal people.”
Saferali said a lot of celebs working in Hollywood North have made the pilgrimage to the cozy North Shore cafe over the years.
Others who have dropped by Honey’s while in B.C. include Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Garner.
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