Cupid's Pulse Article: New Celebrity Couple? Robert Pattinson Kisses Suki Waterhouse on Movie DateCupid's Pulse Article: New Celebrity Couple? Robert Pattinson Kisses Suki Waterhouse on Movie Date

By Jessica DeRubbo

There may be another celebrity couple to follow! This past weekend, Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse were spotted kissing on a movie date night in London, according to The pair, who have been in the same group of friends for years, headed to the Electric Cinema in London’s Notting Hill and watched Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. After the movie, they got drinks at SoHo house before taking a PDA-packed walk home at about 1 a.m. “Along the way, they were very close and cuddled and kissed many times,” an eyewitness told E! News. “Robert was very affectionate to her and had his arm around her the whole way and Suki reciprocated by holding his hand and kissing it … They were very loved up and close. Robert stroked Suki’s hair and gave her another loving kiss.”

In celebrity couple news, Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse may be exploring the waters of a relationship. What are some signs that you should move your casual relationship to more of a serious thing?

Cupid’s Advice:

This potential new celebrity couple hit the town for a movie date night over the weekend, but the relationship is likely still casual. Cupid has some advice on when it’s time to move your casual relationship to something more serious:

1. You’ve had enough time to get to know each other: It may seem obvious, but you don’t want to get too serious about someone until you truly know them. The “getting to know you” process can take a long time, sometimes even years, but the initial phase of it should be complete before you invest too much in the relationship. Make sure you spend quality time with your potential partner and share the things that are important to you.

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2. You’ve gotten over any past relationship hang-ups: It’s important that you’re fully over your ex before you move on to something serious with someone else. It’s okay to casually date if you’re still getting over someone (sometimes it even helps you move on), but don’t get too close to someone before you’re sure he/she isn’t a rebound.

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3. You’ve decided it’s worth it: Don’t just get serious about someone because you want to be in a relationship and it’s convenient. Make sure that the person you’re considering getting close with has long-term potential. Otherwise, it’s simply not worth it!

What are some other ways to know it’s time to move a casual relationship to a more serious status? Share your thoughts below.