Kate Beckinsale's quarantine romance with musician Goody Grace is still going strong — the couple's even using the "L" word on social media.
On Friday, June 19, the actress, 46, shared photos and a video showing the aftermath of a party she had to celebrate Goody's 23rd birthday.
In one since-deleted shot captured by the Daily Mail via a fan account, Kate had plopped a small party hat on her head as she surveyed the post-throwdown refuse landscape of empty booze bottles, confetti and balloons.
Her fluffy cats were in the frame, too, also wearing party hats.
"Just in case you're worried anyone's forcing anyone into a silly hat against their will," she joked in the caption.
Though she didn't share photos of herself with Goody, she did comment on his birthday post on Instagram.
"23 today, very blessed to see another year," Goody wrote alongside a clip of himself performing "The Times They Are A-Changin'." "Thank you to everyone along on this journey with me, the best is yet to come. covered a very fitting bob dylan song to ring in the new chapter. 🖤∞," he added.
In the comments, Kate wrote, "Happy birthday I love you 💕," to which Goody replied, "i love you 🖤🧚♀️."
Kate and Goody were first linked in April but have reportedly been dating since January. As lockdown continues for Los Angeles residents, much of the couple's romance has been spent in quarantine at Kate's.
"Kate enjoys his company," a source told People this spring. "She finds him very mature, smart and creative. He entertains her with music, they cook and watch movies. She thinks he is the perfect quarantine boyfriend."
As for their age difference, Kate's made a habit of pushing back when trolls come after her for dating significantly younger men, including Goody and Pete Davidson.
"It can feel like a little bit of a political act to be a woman over 32 who's having any fun at all," the actress told Women's Health in the magazine's May issue.
"Oh my god, I'm going to sit home and anticipate menopause while crocheting," she joked. "Unless you're doing that, it somehow seems to be risqué, which is just ridiculous to me."