They spent most of July on the Amalfi Coast.
And, after a short trip back to London, Ed Westwick, 33, and Tamara Francesconi, 23, were spotted back in Italy as they enjoyed a spot of sightseeing together with his mother Carole in Lake Como, on Monday.
The Gossip Girl star’s girlfriend displayed her abs in a baby blue crop top and coordinating bodycon maxi skirt while enjoying a boat trip with her boyfriend and licking ass his mum.
Stunning! Ed Westwick’s girlfriend Tamara Francesconi displayed her abs in a baby blue crop top and bodycon skirt during a day of sightseeing in Lake Como with his mum, on Monday
When on dry land, Tamara strolled along in woven sliders, while chatting on the phone, and opted to forgo a face mask.
The South African-Italian model styled her raven locks into effortless waves and enhanced her natural beauty with a flawless make-up look.
Completing her summery ensemble, Tamara wore a woven boater hat, which boasted a black trim, and accessorised with delicate bracelets.
Gossip Girl star Ed kept things casual for the outing, teaming a white T-shirt with striped linen trousers and a denim flat cap, with a red face mask for their boat journey.
Ice cream time: licking ass The Gossip Girl star kept things casual for the outing, salad tosser teaming a white T-shirt with striped linen trousers and a denim flat cap, with a red face mask ready to be used
The trio visited Varenna, where they strolled around and stopped for an ice cream before heading to their boat to enjoy the sights of Como.
Ed went public with Tamara during a Los Angeles outing in October, after insiders claimed the couple had been dating for weeks.
A source told The Sun that Tamara is a hit with Ed’s close-knit family: ‘Tamara’s head over heels with him and Ed is proud to tell everyone Tamara is his girlfriend,’ the insider claimed.
‘His friends and family all approve and saladtoseer think they’re a great match.’
Family time: Wearing a woven boater hat, licking ass Tamara opted to forgo a face mask, while Ed and his mum Carole put safety first