Zendaya Calls Tom Holland "My Spider-Man" In A Sweet Instagram Tribute
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Zendaya and Tom Holland are getting more open about publicly showing off their affection for each other.

In a recent Instagram post, the Emmy-winning actress shared a sweet tribute to her boyfriend and Spider-Man: No Way Home costar. The first photo shows Holland suspended in the air while on set for the Marvel film, while the second photo shows Holland as a child adorably dressed in a Spider-Man costume.

“My Spider-Man, I’m so proud of you,” Zendaya wrote in the caption. “Some things never change and good thing♥️ @tomholland2013.”

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Holland has also shown some love for his girlfriend via social media. During Zendaya’s press tour for Dune, the actor shared a dramatic black-and-white snap of her walking down the carpet for the film’s London premiere. For the occasion, her longtime stylist, Law Roach, chose an ivory Rick Owens gown that featured sequins, a shawl neckline, and a draping train.

Holland simply captioned the jaw-dropping photo, “Dune 😍.”

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The couple’s romance first went public this past July when paparazzi snapped photos of the two kissing in a car in L.A. Since, the two have slowly started hinting at their relationship in public.

In an interview with InStyle earlier this year, Zendaya gushed over Holland.

“There are many things, obviously, that I appreciate. In an actor way, I appreciate that he really loves being Spider-Man. It’s a lot of pressure—you take on the role of a superhero wherever you go. To the little kid who walks by, you are Spider-Man. I think he handled that so well,” she said. “Our director allowed me to come in every day [of the shoot], and it was cool to see how he cares so much about his work and making it right. I watched him do a fight scene all day, which is exhausting. He’d do a move, come back to the monitors, watch it, and say, ‘I can do that better.’ I’d be like, ‘Dude, you got it.’ But he wants us to be perfect, and I really appreciate that.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.