Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux shrugged off split rumours, as they kissed and cuddled while leaving a dinner date in Hollywood.
The couple were photographed leaving the Chateau Marmont Hotel in West Hollywood with their arms around each other.
They seemed very close as they headed home and at one point, Theroux, 40, pulled Aniston, 43, close and kissed her tenderly, the Daily Mail reported.
It was a scene that contradicts all the rumours about the couple, who have been dating for a year, which have recently suggested they are heading for a split.
Two weeks ago, Now magazine reported that Theroux was having a crisis of confidence over the relationship.
According to a source, Theroux feared he cannot live up to her standards and told her: “I’m not good enough for you.”
But friends said she had taken control of his life and is urging him to sell his £ 470,000 home he bought in Hawaii in 2007, so they can buy somewhere bigger there.
This week, the same magazine reported that Theroux is starting to feel “suffocated” by the relationship and want some space.
A friend close to the actor said that the Friends star is too needy and Theroux is starting to feel displaced in Los Angeles away from his home in New York.
“He’s crowded out by Jen and her life in LA. He misses his buddies and the intellectual scene in New York,” a friend told Now.
“Justin loves her, but she’s making him crazy because she won’t leave his side. They rarely spend a night apart,” the friend said.
The magazine said that even Aniston’s best friends Courteney Cox and Chelsea Handler think the couple have become too insular.
Closer magazine also waded in on the stories and reported that they were going to couples’ therapy after a string of rows.
“It’s a little odd to blame their rows on houses, but they were arguing like crazy in the smaller place,” a friend told the publication.
“Jen is a bit of a neat freak and likes her space. She wasn’t used to living with someone full time - especially somewhere so confined.
“Jen loves Justin but worries that the first flush of excitement may have gone, so she arranged for some low-key counselling sessions,” the friend added.