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Young Hollywood is in love with love and over the last few months, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson and Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have proven just that. Well, H-town has just offered up another new couple to swoon over: Timothée Chalamet and Lily-Rose Depp. The Oscar nominee and actress/model were together in New York City looking all loved up and now we’re in love. With them.

“They were walking down the street and he stopped her and pulled her close,” an eyewitness told Us Weekly. “They started making out for a while, for over a minute.”

It’s easy to presume the two met while working on The King, in which Chalamet headlines as Henry V while Depp plays Catherine, his eventual wife. According to E!, fan sites suspected back in January that something was happening between the two, when they began following each other on Instagram. (Kids nowadays. There’s no more mystery.) But upon further investigation we learned that Chalamet signed on to the project in February and filming didn’t begin until May so perhaps the French-Americans just admired one another from afar? Then one thing led to another once they officially met? Yeah, let’s go with that.

Tim, 22, was last linked to Madonna‘s daughter, Lourdes Leon, while Lily, 19, dated model Ash Stymest until earlier this year. We’re totally on board with this pairing. They seem like they’ve got their heads on straight and aren’t too thirsty for attention. They’re cute, young, and can you imagine them speaking the language of love to each other? Sigh. The more we think about them, the more they make sense.

Now, here’s hoping they don’t get engaged anytime soon. Take your time, kids. We’ve had enough of these rushed relationships. For now, at least.