Looks like Miley Cyrus really is living out her fairytale romance.
The 23-year-old "Wrecking Ball" singer was spotted out and about in Los Angeles on Friday, enjoying a lunch date with her beau, Liam Hemsworth, and his family.
Miley -- who is again rocking the massive sparkler Liam gave her when they first got engaged back in summer 2012 -- kept her hair pulled back in a tight top knot and rocked a bright patterned shirt with black skinnies and matching sunglasses to the outing.
Liam, 26, kept it cool and casual in denim jeans, a basic white T-shirt and a navy jacket.
The two dined at Gracias Madre, an all-vegan, organic Mexican restaurant in West Hollywood, California. They were joined by Liam's brothers, Chris and Luke, and Luke's wife, Samantha.
An eyewitness tells ET that Miley appeared "happy and relaxed" as they were photographed leaving the popular eatery.
This marks the first time we've seen any photos of the on-again, off-again duo out in public together since they reportedly got back together in January after ringing in the New Year side-by-side in Liam's home country of Australia.
A few weeks after rumors started swirling that the two had reconciled after calling off their engagement in fall 2013, ET chatted with Chris, who seemed to be all for the Miley-Liam reunion.
"I'm happy if he's happy, whatever he's doing in life," Chris revealed. "I can't confirm any of that but, you know, he's smart [and] he's happy."
Earlier this month, Taylor Swift stopped by the same restaurant with her Victoria's Secret model gal pals, Lily Aldridge and Behati Prinsloo, to kickstart their girls' night out.
As we patiently wait for Miley or Liam to officially confirm whether or not they are re-planning a wedding, watch the video below to hear more on Swift's fun outing.
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