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Miley and Patrick move on from scandal

Published 03/04/2015

Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger
Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger

Patrick Schwarzenegger doted on girlfriend Miley Cyrus at a brunch date on Thursday, as the pair attempt to move on from the scandal surrounding images of Patrick and a mystery brunette flirting on Spring Break.

The pair’s relationship hit a rocky patch last month when pictures emerged of Arnold and Maria Shriver’s son apparently flirting with a mystery brunette while on Spring Break in Florida.

The shots showed Patrick’s companion with her arms wrapped around the young actor.

However, Miley and Patrick seem to have moved on from the scandal, judging by their affectionate appearance at Hugo’s restaurant in Studio City, California, on Thursday.

Miley wore a cropped black T-shirt and tight-fitting leggings as she strolled alongside her beau, who opted for jeans and a casual printed sweater.

According to, Patrick drove the couple to their brunch date. The pair are said to have spent 45 minutes inside the restaurant, before Miley left with one of the eatery’s famous green juices.

“Patrick was in full-on boyfriend mode, opening doors and the like,” a source told TMZ.

A further source told Us Weekly that Patrick “begged for forgiveness”, but the pair are “all good” following his apology.

“Miley doesn’t put up with c**p from guys, but they’re all good now,” the source said.

The couple are now said to be “planning a trip somewhere tropical”.

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