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Twist behind real-life Home and Away romance as co-stars go public

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Ada Nicodemou and James Stewart, co-stars of the television series Home and Away, have a reported connection that might be far more serious than first thought.

After months of rumours that the couple had been seeing one other in secret, Yahoo Lifestyle was able to secure a photo of the couple last month enjoying a day out with their kids.

On April 7, Ada and her son Johnas Xipolitas were photographed at Sydney’s Luna Park having lunch with James and his daughter Scout.

“They looked super happy and like they were having a nice family day out,” an onlooker tells Yahoo Lifestyle.

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It follows revelations over the weekend by The Sunday Telegraph that the two have been covertly dating and have moved their on-screen romance off-screen. The discovery follows the announcement that Ada’s relationship with Sydney businessman Adam Rigby terminated late last year, and that James and his ex-wife Sarah Roberts had secretly separated at some point during the previous year.

The Sunday Telegraph claims that the romance began late last year when Ada and James were spotted kissing at a Seven Network Christmas Party. Their representatives did not reply to the publication’s narrative. In addition to their recent public shows of affection, the pair has also been seen holding hands at the movies.

“They weren’t really hiding it,” an admirer stated to the news source. As they held hands, he repeatedly touched her buttocks. Nothing about it was platonic.

Ada and her ex-husband Chrys Xipolitas share a daughter named Johnas, and James and his ex-wife Jessica Marais share a daughter named Scout.

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It’s interesting to note that Sarah follows Ada’s ex-boyfriend Adam on social media but not James or Ada. James and Ada don’t follow Sarah either.

The former star of Home and Away, Sarah Roberts, talked candidly about her breakup with James in a recent interview with Stellar magazine. She revealed that at first, she was hesitant to tell anyone about it because of “stigma and shame”.

I stayed hidden for a very long period. There were moments when I thought I would never see the light or a way past these intense, multifaceted feelings. Regarding the breakup of their five-year marriage, she said, “But I hope that by just being honest today, I’ll free myself, and potentially free a lot of other people, to be able to speak their truth.”

Sarah disclosed that it was “okay” for the couple to have drifted apart. “It’s acceptable for people to grow apart at times… I eventually understood that I couldn’t develop in this specific relationship the way I wanted to,” the woman remarked.

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