One of the most notable hallmarks of their relationship is the collection of artistic portraits Cole has taken of Lili. In fact, a whimsical photo of Lili lounging in a flower field was one of the first pieces of “evidence” leading fans to believe that the two actors might actually be dating IRL. In the months Online Cigarettes Store USA have passed since that initial photo shoot, there have been plenty more artsy pictures, and it’s clear that Lili has become a muse for her costar and beau.
Ahead, check out all of the gorgeous pictures Cole has shared of Lili — going all the way Newport Pleasure back to those relationship rumors of spring 2017. We definitely think he wins Instagram Boyfriend of the Year award…and maybe just regular Boyfriend of the Year, too.In addition to capturing a photo of Lili that straight-up resembled a painting at this year’s Met Gala, Cole shared a beautiful portrait of his GF gazing pensively down at her reflection in the water. Wearing a silky orange dress with one strap slipping past her shoulder, Lili looked like she stepped off the pages of a fairy tale — and we don’t doubt that was the intention.
Who wouldn’t want to spend Valentine’s Day traipsing through the snow while doing a romantic photo shoot with your significant other? The pics Cole captured of Lili during the winter months are nothing short of breathtaking.
Gold prices rose on Monday to their highest in more than two months as heightened Sino-U.S. trade tensions and Washington's threat of tariffs on Mexico stoked worries of a global recession and drove investors to seek refuge in safe-haven bullion.
Spot gold was up 0.5% at $1,312.37 per ounce at 0308 GMT, after touching its highest since March 27 at $1,312.60.
U.S. gold futures rose 0.5% to $1,317.50 an ounce.
"We are seeing a lot of traditional safe-haven hedging ... coming back to the fray,"Newport Pleasure said Stephen Innes, managing partner, SPI Asset Management.
"(Equity) markets seemed to be a little bit complacent. What caught them off-guard was Trump doubled down, signalling that (dealings between countries) on the trade war front is going to be quite aggressive."