Brad Pitt and girlfriend Ines de Ramon look ‘super loving’ at LACMA gala

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Love is in the air! Brad Pitt and Ines de Ramon are no longer keeping it private as the couple was spotted appearing “super loving” on their first public appearance together on Saturday night.

Pitt, 59, and de Ramon, 33, graced the LACMA’s 12th annual Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles together, but they did not pose for photos. “They were super loving. Laughing and joking with everyone around them,” a source dished to People of the couple’s outing. “They seemed to be having a good time.”

The event, co-chaired by LACMA trustee Eva Chow and Leonardo DiCaprio, paid tribute to filmmaker David Fincher, with an introduction by Pitt. The Hollywood star has appeared in numerous Fincher films, such as “Se7en” (1995), “Fight Club” (1999), and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” (2008).

Pitt and de Ramon met through a mutual friend

The ‘Fight Club’ actor and the jewellery designer met through a mutual friend, as per People. They ignited the dating rumours in November 2022 when the couple was spotted together at a Bono concert.

Moreover, their recent public outing comes after the couple spent a romantic summer together. In late July, a source close to de Ramon told People that the private pair was “doing great” and their relationship was still “going very strong.”

“The two have been spending a lot of time together this summer as they truly enjoy each other’s company and are very into each other,” the insider dished at the time. “It’s apparent to anyone who sees them together.”

De Ramon wears a ‘B’ necklace occasionally

Although, the couple continues to keep a low profile. de Ramon has subtly hinted at their romance by wearing a “B” necklace on several occasions. This “B” necklace seems to be a variation of her jewellery brand Anita Ko’s delicate Diamond Initial Necklace, priced at $1,900.

Moreover, the large bouquet of peonies that de Ramon was seen carrying on Valentine’s Day was gifted by Pitt, as per People.