Selena Gomez and The Weeknd’s romantic yacht trip
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd went on a romantic yacht trip over the weekend.
The ‘Heart Wants What It Wants’ singer was spotted planting a kiss on the ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ hitmaker as they enjoyed some privacy onboard the sailing vessel.
A source told Entertainment Tonight: "Selena looked happy and in a romantic mood. The Weeknd looked happy and very amorous. They were very intimate and looked very much in love."
The pair were seen boarding the yacht on Saturday at seven in the evening and after enjoying their night together, they made their way off the boat at around one in the morning.
It comes after it was revealed Selena and The Weeknd – real name Abel Tesfaye – are "falling for each other".
A source said: "They are falling for each other. He has told [Selena] how much he cares for her.
"[They have a] crazy connection. Selena feel really confident. Abel is proud to have Selena by his side."
And it was recently claimed the pair have a "really sexy and flirty relationship".
The source shared: "He really likes her. They text every day. They have a really sexy and flirty relationship. They laugh and like each others personalities. As of now, they are just having fun and enjoying each other.
"She is happy and doesn’t mind sharing that with the world. Abel makes her feel secure and Selena has nothing to hide. Selena gets passionate about things real fast and that is exactly what she is doing with The Weeknd."
The pair were first romantically linked last month when they were spotted kissing outside Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica.
An insider said of their romance at the time: "Abel though always had a thing for Selena. He thinks she is extremely talented and sexy. They recently started talking before the holidays but she has been on his radar before. They are on the same level with expectations and think the other is really fun. They are taking things slow and getting to know each other."
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