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Monday 25 May 2015

Lauren Conrad 'extremely happy' with beau

Lauren Conrad
Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad's boyfriend William Tell catered to her every need at Matthew Morrison's Halloween party.

The Hills star and the University of Southern California law student went to the Glee actor's bash in Hollywood over the weekend.

Lauren broke up with her boyfriend of three years Kyle Howard in the summer of 2011 and she struck up a relationship with William around Valentine's Day this year.

Lauren and William, who dressed up as Mary Poppins and Bert from the musical, were so enamoured with each other at the affair that she didn't even notice her ex Kyle was in attendance.

"[William] is super sweet," a source told Us Weekly magazine.

"He seemed to really tend to her the entire party. Lauren seems extremely happy with him."

Lauren and Kyle are on good terms despite their split.

The former flames don't harbour any ill will toward one another.

"They are so far past it, it wasn't that awkward to see him," a witness said.

"It really wasn't a big deal."

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