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Emma Stone 'sees future with Garfield'

Published 22/06/2015

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield

Emma Stone is reportedly keen to "take things slowly" with Andrew Garfield.

The 26-year-old actress and her The Amazing Spider-Man co-star have been dating since 2011, though there were rumours of a break in April of this year.

But during an interview last week Emma seemingly hinted the reports were wide of the mark, and the couple appear to be more loved up than ever.

"When they reunited, Emma told Andrew she needed to take things slowly to rebuild trust, but the truth is, she's so happy to be with him again," an insider told US OK! magazine. "She missed him so much when they were apart. He's her best friend, and she can't imagine life without him."

The pair met in 2010 on the set of the superhero flick, in which they play couple Gwen Stacy and Peter Parker/Spider-Man, and also starred opposite each other in last year's sequel.

Despite keeping quiet about their romance, it's thought Andrew is keen to settle down with the flame-haired beauty and the publication suggests they may walk down the aisle.

"Time away from Emma made Andrew realise she's the one he wants to make a life and family with," the insider added.

Speculation that their relationship was still on began after Emma was spotted out with a brown paper bag that had Andrew's name on it shortly after they were thought to have split. Since then they have been seen out together on several occasions, most recently this weekend in Santa Monica.

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