She recently returned home to Rome after spending several weeks filming her upcoming movie Across The River And Into The Trees in Venice.
And Matilda De Angelis showed that she was excited to be back in the arms of her fiancé William Mezzanotte on Monday, when the pair were seen on a trip to the park.
The Undo actress, 25, was spotted with lips locked with her rapper beau, 26, relaxing on a park bench while adoring their adorable little dog.
Sealed with a kiss: Matilda De Angelis and her fiancé William Mezzanotte were seen on Monday enjoying a kiss in a park in Rome
Matilda looked casually cool for the outing, wearing a black jacket paired with cropped jeans and white running shoes.
Accessoring with a black leather handbag, the stunning fencer partially covered her wavy auburn locks with a bucket hat.
Meanwhile, her musician beau donned a black quilted jacket and shabby designer jeans, rounding off his look with a pair of crisp white running shoes.
The lovebirds only had eyes for each other when they entered the park with their four-legged friend on a leash, before releasing the dog to roam.
Matilda has previously been coy about her love life and William is absent from her social media feed, but Italian site Everything about gossip reported that the couple is engaged.
On his own social media page, musician William, known as a professional as Nayt, posts photos with his friends, but Matilda is also invisible.
Mezzonotte is an Italian hip hop rapper who debuted in 2011 with the single No Story and his first album entitled Nayt One was released in May 2012.
Nayt is best known for his trilogy Raptus (2015), Raptus 2 (2017), Raptus 3 (2019), re-released in a collection box edition by Jive Records in 2019.
Little has been revealed about Matilda’s upcoming film, but it will likely focus on the ruthless Italian dictator of the same name, who ruled the country from 1922 to 1943.
The journalist founded the Fascist Party in 1919 and used his organization of ex-war veterans – known as Black Shirts – to terrorize his political opponents, and after joining the coalition government in 1921, he gradually assumed power as dictator.
Ultimately, Mussolini was overthrown by Allied forces at the height of World War II, and after his flight north, he was captured by partisans and shot in 1945.
Despite being buried in an unmarked grave in 1946, Mussolini’s body was famously stolen by Fascist supporters before being recovered four months later and missing a leg.
It’s been a tense few months for the thespian after she rose to fame late last year for her role as Elena in The Undoing alongside Hollywood stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant.
More recently, the brunette filmed Across The River And Into The Trees next to Liev Schreiber in Venice.
In the film, Matilda plays an 18-year-old Italian contessa named Renata, while Liev’s character Colonel Richard Cantwell falls in love with her.
Set in post-WWII Venice, American Colonel Cantwell is haunted by the war and is a hero who is confronted with the news of his illness with stoic disdain.
Determined to spend a weekend in quiet solitude, he orders a military driver to visit some of his old venues in Venice.
As Cantwell’s plans begin to unravel, a chance meeting with a remarkable young woman begins to revive the hope of renewal in him.
Based on Ernest Hemingway’s latest full-length novel, the film captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still.
Matilda has revealed that before her very first role was the lead in an Italian film after an open casting call and she got the part because the director was looking for a ‘non-professional actress with a specific accent from a specific region in Italy’.
The star said she never studied acting and instead learned on the job, which can be both ‘amazing’ and ‘scary’.