Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield Relationship: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Stars Secretly Tied the Knot? Wedding Location, More Details Revealed? Split Reports Not True?
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were among the hottest celebrity couples that a lot of fans were rooting for. However, their romance was cut short when the two broke up. Despite this, the two have remained friends and were even recently spotted together. There are now several reports suggesting that the two have rekindled the flame.
Various media outlets have relayed that Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield have gotten back together and are actually engaged. The two were seen strolling together in London back in August and reports about their engagement surfaced ever since. However, some sources actually confirmed that "The Amazing Spider-Man" stars have already moved past the engagement and secretly tied the knot.
According to rumors, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield already exchanged their vows in front of only close friends and relatives during a garden wedding at Malibu. This piece of rumor surfaced after the "Easy A" actress recently did an interview with Vogue, in which she confessed that the "Hacksaw Ridge" actor is someone she still loves "very much." This was taken as a hint that they have reconciled and are trying to keep their relationship away from the limelight as much as possible.
Although an Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield wedding sounds exciting for all the fans who have always rooted for them, the rumors have not been confirmed. Neither Stone nor Garfield addressed the report and at this point, it remains to be seen if they really have gotten back together. According to one source, though, Stone and Garfield are in good terms since their breakup last year. They are not dating, despite the several occasions that they have been spotted together. It's just that the two have managed to remain friends.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield met on the set of "The Amazing Spider-Man" in 2012. They dated for four years before calling it quits last October. It was believed that the couple can't make a long-distance relationship work.