They were said to be on the verge of splitting earlier this year, but Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes seem to be stronger than ever.
In fact, the pair just may be hearing the pitter patter of tiny feet.
The couple were spotted out on a rare date night at Disneyland on August 6...
And onlookers apparently couldn't help but notice how smitten the usually publicity-shy couple looked as they strolled around holding hands and cuddled up on rides together.
Before the theme-park date, the couple hadn't been seen out together in public since May.
Eva's friends seem to thing their very public display of affection and dating is down to the star being pregnant!
"Things were really tense between Eva and Ryan before - it was awkward even being in the same room with them," spills NW's insider.
"But they've changed towards each other lately and seem really loved up. Now friends suspect it could be because she's expecting again."
If Eva, 43, is pregnant again, the source says we shouldn't hold our breath waiting for an announcement though.
The actress kept her first pregnancy with daughter Esmeralda, two, under wraps for seven months, and her second with Amada, one, until just days before she gave birth in April 2016.
But nevertheless, a new baby would definitely help her and Ryan, 36, get back on track.
The pair had apparently been clashing of late thanks to Eva's reclusive behaviour and hermit-like ways, as well as her reluctance to accompany Ryan to the Oscars in March this year, where he was nominated for Best Actor for La La Land.
"They'd definitely discussed having another baby at some point but when things started to get tense they put the idea on the backburner for a bit," the insider revealed.
"But their kids mean the world to them and another baby could be just the thing that brings their family back together."
To read more about Ryan and Eva's possible new addition – as well as the latest, most juiciest Hollywood gossip – pick up this week's issue of NW, on stands now
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