Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom sported coordinating onesies to celebrate Thanksgiving together on Thursday (24Nov16), just days after they were rumored to have split.
The couple hit headlines earlier this week when America's In Touch Weekly magazine reported that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor had ended the pair's relationship after 10 months together.
Katy decided to put an end to the allegations once and for all by sharing snaps of her family's Thanksgiving dinner on her Instagram page.
In one video of preparations for the meal, Katy pans around the room to show her relatives and Orlando all donning red and black onesies. While the men are in black and red chequered all-in-ones, the women are seen wearing plain red variations.
Orlando is seen cradling a baby in one hand and a phone in the other as he beams with delight, clearly enjoying himself at the Perry family dinner.
"Hi Internet," Katy captioned the video.
In Touch alleged that Orlando, 39, called time on his romance with Katy because he wasn't ready to start a family with the 32-year-old singer.
"Not long after Halloween, Orlando confessed to pals that he'd decided to end their relationship. He claimed that he's just not ready to get married and have babies," a source told the publication.
"She said they were on different life paths and as much as she likes him, it's time to move on."
Both Orlando and Katy have been married previously - Orlando to model Miranda Kerr from 2010 to 2013, and Katy to British comedian Russell Brand from 2010 to 2012.
Orlando also has a five-year-old son Flynn from his marriage to Miranda.
Speaking previously about her relationship with Orlando, Katy told Women's Wear Daily that the one thing she didn't enjoy about the romance was their different living locations.
"My boyfriend lives in Malibu and getting used to that (drive) was, like, 'Are you kidding me? What kind of life is this?'" she told the website. "There's no pop-over and I never really got used to Malibu 'cause it's halfway to Santa Barbara (Katy's home city) so I'm always just going to Santa Barbara then. I get the whole coming to L.A. and living by the beach thing. But it's really… it's so far, nobody is going to come see you."