Camila Cabello kisses Shawn Mendes romantically on the cheek as they sport matching drenched hair in an Instagram snap
Camila Cabello kissed Shawn Mendes on the cheek in a romantic new picture he posted to Instagram on Tuesday.
In their smoldering new picture on his Instagram both Camila, 23, and Shawn, 22, appeared to have drenched hair.
Sizzling: Camila Cabello kissed Shawn Mendes on the cheek in a romantic new picture he posted to Instagram on Tuesday
The dynamic duo are hunkering down in Miami, Florida where they were spotted enjoying a stroll together over the weekend.
Camila and Shawn, who share a dog named Tarzan, have also brought their romance into their work including last year’s sizzling single Senorita.
Shawn is currently looking ahead at touring small independent music venues around the country that are in a desperate struggle to survive the COVID-19 lockdowns.
All the money from his show The Wonder Residency is going to the National Independent Venues Association.
Staying home: The showbiz hot couple have been an item since last year and went into lockdown together in Miami amid the coronavirus pandemic
The organization is pushing for federal aid to these small establishments in the form of the Save Our Stages Act which has bipartisan backers in Congress.
They have asserted on Twitter that ‘90% of independent venues across the country could close permanently if we all don’t act NOW.’
The National Independent Venues Association was started up amid the coronavirus pandemic and is made up of ‘over 3,000 independent venues in 50 states and Washington D.C.’ according to its website.
Shawn’s tour is a companion piece to his upcoming Netflix documentary In Wonder, out next week, and his next album Wonder, out December 4.
Baby mine: Camila and Shawn, who share a dog called Tarzan, have also brought their romance into their work including last year’s sizzling single Senorita
Meanwhile earlier this year Camila laid bare her secret battle with OCD that left her ‘desperate for relief’ from her ‘relentless anxiety.’
The Havana singer made the revelation in an essay for WSJ Magazine this May in honor of the fact that it was Mental Health Month.
She shared that she turned to cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as breathing exercises and meditation, ‘and nowadays I rarely suffer from OCD symptoms.’