The Irish actor, who became a household name in 2020 after starring as Connell Waldron in the TV adaptation of Normal People, has been linked to the American singer since last summer, when they were spotted grabbing brunch together at a café in Kinsale, Co. Cork.
The rumoured couple looked cosy as they posed for some photos at a Halloween party hosted by whiskey brand Johnnie Walker over the weekend.
The snaps, which were shared to Instagram by comedian and comic writer Ziwe, also featured singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus, Brooklyn-based performer Jen Goma, and Phoebe’s younger brother Jackson Bridgers.
Other stars attending the event included model Emily Ratajkowski, writer Peyton Dix, and comedian Alex English.
Months after Paul and Phoebe went for brunch in Kinsale, the pair were spotted at the exclusive Soho Farmhouse in England where onlookers told the Mail On Sunday that they were “all over each other.”
Paul has even appeared in the music video for Phoebe’s song ‘Savior Complex’, which was directed by Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
The video was shared on Phoebe’s official Facebook page, just days after Paul finally revealed that he has a girlfriend.
During an interview with GQ in November, the Kildare native described his girlfriend as a “lifesaver” but refused to name her.
The lovebirds were also pictured together earlier this year after Paul snapped up a BAFTA award for his role in Normal People.
A hilarious photo of the pair posing with Bridgerton star Nicola Coughlan and Canadian comedian Mae Martin at a BAFTAs after party went viral in June after fans joked that it looked like the celebrities were attending their Debs.
One user took to Twitter to write: “Mescal looks like he’s at the debs circa 1997 and brought a lad with his spare ticket cos he’s sound and rented the tux and will shortly open the top three buttons.”
Nicola was quick to get in on the joke and added: “Yes look I agree this has huge Debs energy.”