Coronation Street's Rob Mallard showed off his new blooming romance with a new love after a cosy theatre date.
Rob, who plays the role of Daniel Osbourne on the ITV soap, appeared to go public with his new partner Matthew Martin after being papped at the Manchester Palace Theatre.
The pair joined other ITV co-stars smiling on the blue carpet as they were heading in to watch Heathers the Musical.
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Dan was beaming with a strong smile whilst sporting a sleek, long, black trench coat.
He went for a casual look underneath, wearing a black tight-fit T-shirt and a pair of black jeans.
To finish the look, Mallard coupled the outfit with a pair of brown leather boots.
Matt followed in his beau's footsteps, with a brown leather jacket on top of a thin, white T-shirt.
He paired the top with a similar pair of black jeans and a pair of Timberland boots.
This is not the first time Matt has been seen with the actor, 31, as the duo were spotted at the British Soap Awards earlier this year.
Posing together on a balcony top in Salford, Rob posted a snap of the twosome looking dapper in matching suits.
He captioned the pic: "British Soap Awards with Matthew Martin," followed by a heart emoji.
At the time, Rob's on-screen fiancée Daisy Midgeley, portrayed by Charlotte Jordan, gushed over the pair, going all out writing: "You sexy b*****ds."
Despite being papped together on several occasions, the pair have not officially confirmed their relationship.
It comes just days after Rob's ex and former co-star Daniel Brocklebank posted a loved-up snap with his new partner.
The actor, who plays the role of vicar Billy Mayhew, uploaded a picture with a one-word statement confirming their relationship.
Taking to Instagram, Daniel captioned the snap, which featured their two hands being held together: "This," with a heart emoji.
Daniel has been linked to his new beau, aspiring musician Jordan Coulthard, since early July.
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