Actress Rachel McAdams has recently been spotted with Midnight in Paris co-star Michael Sheen, according to People.  The actress, who just finished work on the film clearly left an impression on her costar!  “All my scenes were with Rachel,” said Sheen.  “Yeah, we had a great time in Paris.  She’s a genuinely lovely lady as well as being stunningly beautiful and very talented so, you know, she’s got it all going on there.”  The pair were spotted together at an after-party at the Toronto Film Festival, and were again seen later on in the evening holding hands as they walked around Toronto (McAdams’s home town).When should you take your relationship public?

Cupid’s Advice:

You have a new boyfriend, and things are going great.  You are pressured to tell your friends and family, and feelings of insecurity and worry start to surface.  Deciding when to make your relationship public can be difficult.  Cupid has a few tips to help you take the next big step:

1. Analyze potential: Before telling your friends and family, make sure to analyze the relationship.  Be brutally honest with yourself.  Do you see the relationship going anywhere?  It’s fine if you’re happy with a fling, but your parents might not be so thrilled.

2. Get approval: Before announcing your love to the world, try asking a handful of friends what they think.  A true friend will point out things that aren’t obvious to you.  But if your friends think you make a good couple, then go ahead and tell the world how you feel.

3. Look at your pasts: If you and your boyfriend both have a history of dating numerous people with little down time in between relationships, then take it slow.  You don’t want people to get the wrong idea.  Start the relationship off on the right foot, with all of your friends and family taking the relationship as seriously as you are.