Katy Perry And Robert Ackroyd: Back Together

Katy Perry And Robert Ackroyd: Back Together
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After a month of dating, Katy Perry cut it off with Florence + the Machine guitarist Robert Ackroyd. But the two may have decided to try things again. If only Russell was given a second chance.

On Wednesday, Perry and Ackroyd were spotted together in London, where Perry is promoting her new 3D film. The musicians were seen having dinner at the Dove before leaving together.

According to sources, Perry ended the short relationship after she was seen canoodling with Ackroyd at the 2012 Coachella Music Festival in May.

“It wasn’t that serious. It’s not a nasty thing and they are still talking, but Katy told him to do his thing,” a source told Us Weekly in May.

In true Katy fashion, the two ended on a positive note. When she was going through her divorce with comedian Russell Brand, she was very open about the relationship.

I think sometimes people think that we’re perfect, and we’re not, at all. I think it’s important [to] start breaking down the idea that you always have to be perfect, or flawless or live in some kind of fantasy world.

However, the friendship terms on which they ended might have turned into a relationship again. No confirmation has been given at this time.

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Photo Credit: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images

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