The couple stayed close as they took part in signing the now-sold-out posters to benefit Holland's charity, The Brothers Trust
The second slide in the post shows Holland playfully nudging his girlfriend over to get in for his signature, before cutting to Zendaya caressing his arm lovingly.
Holland's parents started The Brothers Trust in 2017. As the organization's website describes, "Using Tom's reach and popularity, the trust intends to run a number of events each year and the funds raised then being granted to charities who we support."
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Holland also answered a question about his "rizz" (aka charisma or charm), to which he replied in part, "I'm happy and in love, so I've got no need for rizz."
"I have no rizz whatsoever; I have limited rizz," the British actor said, addressing the "secret to" his supposed rizz. "I need you to fall in love with me, really, for it to work."
"So, long game. Probably making a movie with each other — it definitely helps when the characters are falling in love with one another, you can sort of blur the lines a little bit," Holland joked.
In September, Zendaya opened up about keeping her personal life private in an interview with Elle.
"But also, I do have control over what I choose to share," she continued. "It’s about protecting the peace and letting things be your own but also not being afraid to exist. You can’t hide. That’s not fun either. I am navigating it more than ever now.”
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