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Emma Roberts and Evan Peters engaged again - report

Published 27/11/2016

Emma Roberts and Evan Peters
Emma Roberts and Evan Peters

The couple have dated on and off since 2012, and first got engaged in late 2013.

Emma Roberts and Evan Peters have reunited and are reportedly engaged once more.

In pictures posted by TMZ.com, the young lovebirds are seen kissing and cuddling while walking around Provincetown, Massachusetts, over the Thanksgiving holiday.

The 25-year-old Scream Queens star is seen strolling with her American Horror Story beau while wearing scarves, oversized coats and boots, and drinking coffee. They also stopped to take pictures with a fan, who later posted the photos on Twitter.

Us Weekly reports the couple are back together with wedding bells on the horizon once more, and Emma seemed to confirm the news in a post on Instagram on Friday (25Nov16), with a diamond clearly seen on her ring finger.

Sharing an autumnal snapshot of herself carrying a sack with the words "Gobble gobble idiot hooker" written on it - a reference to her Scream Queens character - Emma tagged Evan in the post, simply writing, "Happy Thanksgiving."

Earlier in the week, the 29-year-old X-Men: Apocalypse star shared a snap of Emma looking at a menu in a sushi restaurant, sweetly writing alongside it, "This girl."

Evan first popped the question in late 2013 after dating Emma for more than a year, but the couple called off their engagement in June, 2015. They reunited in August, but split again in May this year (16).

Emma briefly dated Christopher Hines after her break-up from Evan, and the pair were spotted holding hands while on a stroll in London back in June (16).

The couple met through their mutual friend, fashion designer Brit Smith, and dated for a few months before Emma eventually reconciled with Evan.

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