Spotted! Elusive couple Renée Zellweger and Bradley Cooper was snapped together during a rare public outing at the Vancouver Airport. The lovebirds arrived to the airport together, but parted ways as soon as they landed in Los Angeles.
After spending time apart, Renée Zellweger and Bradley Cooper hooked up last week for a romantic rendezvous in Vancouver, where Bradley is shooting "The A-Team."
According to People magazine, the actress flew in Wednesday night to spend time with her beau. On Thursday, the couple and some friends had a late dinner at Vancouver hotspot Market. "Whenever they were speaking, they had their hands on each other's knees underneath the table, and they were holding each other's hands underneath the table," fellow diner DJ Leanne revealed to the magazine. "They were very cute. They really looked like a couple, and that they were 'together.'"
The "My One and Only" star, 40, and Cooper, 34, sat in the back of the restaurant with their party, trying to be low-key. "Renée was very happy," the DJ dishes. "She was laughing, smiling. They were very cute. They were definitely having a good time and seemed happy."
Zellweger and Cooper were first spotted together earlier this summer.
Actresses Emily Blunt, Katie Holmes, Julianne Moore, Robin Wright Penn and Renée Zellweger are among the actresses to be honored at Elle magazine's Women in Hollywood event.
The event will pay tribute to women's achievement in the film industry. Rising star Zoe Saldana will receive the Calvin Klein Spotlight Award, and Julie Andrews will receive the L'Oreal Paris Legend Award.
The 16th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute will be hosted by actor Alec Baldwin at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills Hotel on October 19.
Renée Zellweger stopped by "The Late Show with David Letterman" and she played with her food, instead of dishing about beau Bradley Cooper.
The Oscar-winning actress talked about her new business venture, Blue Parrot, the Mexican restaurant she opened in East Hampton, NY. "Being a Texan, I'm very, very critical about the guacamole everywhere," Renee said.
Letterman brought out a piñata full of guacamole. Zellweger, in a blue strapless dress, grabbed a bat and she and Dave whacked the stuffed donkey until it crashed to the floor.
Then they tasted the guac and she joked, "Where are the chips?"
Renée's film, "My One and Only," hits theatres today.