Many Hollywood celebrities sometimes can't contain their public display of affection. A new report say that rumoured couple Khloe Kardashian and French Montana were getting all sweet and seemed unafraid to show their intimacy towards each other in the general public.
According to Hollywoodlife.com, Khloe and French were spotted on a sexy and sultry romantic dinner on April 26. "Khloe seemed totally smitten with the rapper, who showered her with affection during their sexy night out," the Web site wrote.
French was reportedly all over Khloe. He had his arms wrapped around the 29-year-old reality TV star. It seems like things are moving faster now between Khloe and French. Despite the fact that the duo remain elusive about the real status of their relationship, their actions towards each other can certainly tell the tale.
"Khloe and French looked like a couple when they had dinner at Crustacean the other night," the source revealed. They sat on a table situated at the corner of the said restaurant where they enjoy each other's company. "They looked so happy with each other, smiling, and laughing a lot," the source further revealed. Khloe, was a regular at the restaurant, ordered crab and garlic noodles with tiger prawns, which they both shared.
"When they left, he had his arm around her."
"She was so happy and smiling a lot."
French's romantic gesture by putting his arms around Khloe as they leave the restaurant was a little revealing as opposed to a video published by TMZ when the pair was spotted during one of their get-togethers over the weekend. In an effort to try to cover up and shield French from the cameras, Khloe halted en route to his car and gave a beggar some money making the photographers swarmed at her. At the same time, French was seen in the background running quickly towards their ride.
So what do you think? Does it mean Khloe and French are ready to go public with their relationship even though they are often seen going out together? After all, it isn't official until they make the official announcement, right?