Chris Pratt & Katherine Schwarzenegger Look Smitten on Picnic Date

Meal time The couple enjoyed a simple picnic sitting facing one another on wooden chairs a simple meal of apples sandwiches and potato chips on a small stool between them

The Guardians of the Galaxy star separated from actress Anna Faris last summer and they filed identical divorce papers in December, with both citing irreconcilable differences for their split.

Photos - obtained by Daily Mail - show the pair laughing and chatting, sitting across from each other on wooden chairs Santa Barbara, California.

While she comes from a Hollywood family, Katherine has not followed in the footsteps of her parents by pursuing acting, in fact, Schwarzenegger is reportedly a lifestyle blogger and interior designer.

Almost a year after their shocking split, actor Chris Pratt appears to have moved on from Anna Faris.

Sources close to the 38-year-old actor said that he has been tentatively dipping his toe back into romantic waters since his divorce.

He continued, "It's not ideal, but yeah, I think both of us are actually probably doing better". However, according to a report by PEOPLE, Jack spent Father's Day with Faris in Italy along with her new boyfriend, Michael Barrett.

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