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Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley’s post-engagement celebrations continue.

Earlier this week, the couple enjoyed a cozy meal at the Best Cafe and Bar in Hot Springs, Arkansas, according to an Instagram photo shared Tuesday by the eatery which showed the stars holding hands.

“Our team had the opportunity to cook for @aaronrodgers12 and his crew last night. Grateful for the opportunity,” the cafe captioned a group shot that featured Rodgers, 37, and Woodley, 29.

In the photo, Rodgers is seen wearing a black hoodie and a matching beanie while Woodley has on a gray coat.

When reached by Page Six, the restaurant declined to comment on the couple’s visit.

Meanwhile, on Monday jet-setting Rodgers and Woodley were spotted departing Mexico via private plane.

In early February, Rodgers announced that he was engaged while accepting the MVP Award at this year’s NFL Honors, but didn’t name his fiancée. However, rumors started swirling that it was Woodley after his relationship with the “Divergent” star had been revealed just days prior.

Later that month, Woodley confirmed the engagement news herself during an appearance on “The Tonight Show.”

“For us, it’s not new news, so it’s kind of funny everybody right now is freaking out over it,” Woodley said at the time. “We’re like, ‘Yeah we’ve been engaged for a while.’”

Woodley also showed off her stunning ring on the show, which appeared to feature a large round center stone.

Prior to his romance with Woodley, Rodgers most recently dated retired NASCAR driver Danica Patrick. He and Patrick split in July 2020 after two years of dating.

In September, Rodgers spoke about his “new and increased love of life.”

“I’ve made decisions and changes and habits that put me in a lot better head space and there’s just a lot of things that have come together in my life over the last few months that have really been enjoyable and reminded me, given me perspective, on life and in football to view things through the most positive lens I possibly can,” the quarterback said in an interview with SiriusXM’s “Pat McAfee Show.”

Woodley was previously linked to Australian rugby player Ben Volavola.

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