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Emma Stone ‘eating pancakes with Garfield’

Published 22/05/2015

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield

Emma Stone and her estranged boyfriend Andrew Garfield are supposedly trying to make it work after taking a break from their relationship in April.

Last month rumours emerged the pair had decided to take a break from their romance after being together for four years.

But apparently Emma and Andrew were spotted out looking very affectionate with one another earlier this week while enjoying breakfast at Malibu Farm.

"They ordered pancakes and were holding hands," a source told Us Weekly magazine.

There have been differing reports on their relationship status in recent weeks, with suggestions The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew cheated on Emma.

But it’s now claimed the duo are doing their best to save the romance.

"[They're] working on their relationship and will probably get back together,” the insider said.

Fuel was added to speculation they have reunited after the Birdman actress was photographed on April 29 in Beverly Hills picking up a brown paper bag addressed to Andrew.

The pair have always remained resolutely private about their relationship.

Diane Keaton interviewed Emma for a recent feature published by Interview magazine.

The chat took place before the 26-year-old’s reported split from Andrew and the article seemed to indicate the couple had deep affections for each other.

During the conversation, Diane brought up an observation Andrew made in the past about his girlfriend, which saw him likening working with her in the Spider-Man franchise movies to diving into a thrilling, twisting river.

"He is such a poet," Emma laughed. "But that's the way he writes in general. So I hear it and of course my heart swells up. And I also know that he writes things like that on a daily basis."

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