By April Littleton

According to People, Bradley Cooper and girlfriend Suki Waterhouse have finally gone public with their romance. The lovebirds attended the Sundance Film Festival together in Park City, Utah. They were spotted strolling down the street, while holding hands.

When is it the right time to go public with a new relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Love is in the air. This may be true indeed, but sometimes, you just don’t feel like sharing all of your happiness with everyone else. Keeping a new relationship under wraps for awhile is perfectly acceptable, but eventually you’ll have to spill the beans to someone. Cupid has some tips:

1. You’ve dated long enough: If you’ve dated your partner for longer than five months, then it’s definitely time to let the world know about your new romance. Everyone deserves their privacy and you don’t have to give away every single detail about your relationship, but wouldn’t you like to spill a little gossip to your best friend? Being able to confide in someone about your new honey will eventually be a necessity when you least expect it.

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2. Feels right: Everything about your relationship just feels right. The two of you want the same things in life, have similar goals and share some common interests. When you find someone so close to being your perfect match, you’ll want to share the good news with your friends and family – and possibly the whole world.

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3. Ask your significant other: Even though you might be ready to go public with your relationship, your partner might not feel the same way. Before you start blowing up all of your friends social media news feeds about the change in your love life, ask your honey how he/she feels about it first.

How did you know when it was the right time to go public with a new relationship? Share your experience below.