The 21-year-old model and the chart-topping singer - who previously dated between 2015 and 2016 - have reportedly decided to give their relationship a second chance, with an insider claiming the duo are now ''exclusively dating'' and are ''in a great place''.
The source told E! News: ''Abel realised once he started dating around, that he actually is still in love with Bella, and they reconnected.''
The Weeknd - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye - dated Selena Gomez following his split from Bella.
But in April, a source close to the situation revealed that Bella had ''never really lost feeling for Abel and had hope they would eventually get back together''.
The duo have been ''secretly seeing each other'' over the past few months and Bella is thrilled that they're giving their relationship another go.
The source shared: ''Things have been going really well. They have been inseparable and have been truly working with each other's schedules to make it work.''
In fact, since they were seen kissing at Coachella, the loved-up couple have barely spent any time apart.
The insider explained: ''They haven't had more than a few weeks apart. Abel flies to wherever Bella is working since he had a gap in his tour, and has been very accommodating.''
Meanwhile, Bella's family - which includes fellow model Gigi Hadid - are said to be thrilled that the brunette beauty is once again dating the 'Can't Feel My Face' hitmaker.
A source said: ''Everyone around them always knew it was a matter of time, and knew the undeniable bond that they had when they were together. They always drifted back in the same places so it was a matter of time before they decided to commit to each other again.''
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