Emma Roberts and Evan Peters just defined what it means to be #RELATIONSHIPGOALS. They used Oscar Sunday as their date night!

There were so many hot celebrity couples that hit the 2017 Oscars red carpet before the show took place, but it was really Emma and Evan, who met up afterward, that turned heads. Emma changed gowns for Vanity Fair's after party and made Evan her arm candy. They were so cute and we can't stop gushing over their connection. While they are super private with their relationship, this appearance at the party shows that they are definitely together and definitely in love.

Emma and Evan look pretty serious in most of their shots, but there's a select few that show off their real, candid personalities and it's amazing. They laugh, smile and giggle all while keeping their eyes locked on each other.

These two have a special kind of relationship. They have been on and off for years now and even once breaking off their engagement. However, they started hanging out again in 2016 and it was reported that they are currently engaged for the second time.

Emma wasn't sporting a diamond ring on that finger last night and she has also not confirmed the second engagement. Everything is just speculation right now, so it's pretty obvious that they are trying to keep their relationship out of the spotlight as much as possible. Emma went to the actual show alone and gave her aunt, Julia Roberts, a shoutout on Instagram. Evan was nowhere to be found when this all went down.

Emma posted this photo on Instagram with the caption, "LOVE my vintage @Armani dress & @swarovski jewels!! Thank you to @RedCarpetGreenDress for making this day special. #RCGD #Oscars2017 and oh hi Aunt Julia ?."

Aww! All of those people may have made Emma's day special, but we have a feeling Evan took the cake and made her night special.

Click through the gallery and check out Emma and Evan's cutest moments from the Oscars after party!

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