They've not been pictured together for three months and reportedly "quietly split" in March.
But it looks like Home And Away star Ada Nicodemou has made amends with her boyfriend, businessman Adam Rigby.
On Monday evening, the actress shared a rare new photo with her partner enjoying a lunch date together at trendy Sydney restaurant Mimi's in Coogee on Sunday.
"Had a lovely feast yesterday @mimis.sydney," Ada captioned the loved-up selfie, which showed the pair sharing a warm embrace as they smiled towards the camera.
The happy snap was quickly flooded with comments from Ada's loyal fan base.
"That's a nice photo of you both, it's been a while lovers 😂❤️💙," one fan said.
"Yeahhh you are still together 🇬🇧🇬🇧❤️❤️," another noted.
"Lovely to see you back together ❤️ suits you xx," a third explained.
"You look so so happy it's so lovely to see we haven't seen many photos of your partner lately it's nice to see it again," another mused.
In another photo shared to her Instagram Stories, the couple are joined by a group of friends and Ada can be seen kissing Adam on the cheek.
Following her split from husband Chrys Xipolitas in 2015, Ada has been dating Adam on and off since 2016.
"I'm with the man of my dreams who makes me so happy and secure," Ada has previously said of Adam.
Unfortunately, the 43-year-old's start to the year has been plagued by a string of personal issues.
In January, a temporary apprehended violence order was placed on her 50-year-old boyfriend, following an alleged Christmas Day altercation with ex Chrys.
Back in January, Adam attended Sutherland Local Court to set a hearing date for June, when his solicitor will fight the order.
In March, sources told Woman's Day the pressure may have taken its toll on the couple's relationship.
"Of course it's been stressful for Ada and Adam, she can't help but feel guilty that Adam has been dragged into her messy personal life," an insider explained.
The last time Adam appeared on Ada's Instagram page was in April. Instead, the TV star has focused on her close family unit.
On several occasions Ada's dedicated her feed to her mother and brother, and most recently her seven-year-old son Johnas, who she shares with Chrys.
"He's taught me to be more present and to spend my time in a better way," Ada said in a recent interview.
Speaking of her current priorities, Ada added, "When you become a mum, you realise what's important and that's playing with your child and creating special moments with them."