As they continue to spend more time together in isolation, it looks like Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck are sharing more and more articles of clothing. Just recently, the media noticed that de Armas was wearing a shirt previously worn by the actor.

People reports that de Armas was spotted on Apr. 26 wearing an oversized green shirt over a sports bra as she ran errands in Los Angeles. As pointed out by the publication, Affleck had earlier worn the same shirt back on Mar. 3, but this time buttoned-up and paired with khakis and sneakers.

As Page Six notes, the shirt that the two have been spotted wearing is from the brand Frank & Eileen. Aside from Affleck and de Armas, the brand has also been worn by celebrities like Oprah Winfrey, Angeline Jolie, Reese Witherspoon, and Meghan Markle.

This is not the first time the couple has been spotted sharing clothing or accessories. Earlier this month, Affleck and de Armas were seen wearing matching necklaces. The necklaces both have half-heart pendants, with de Armas spotted wearing one half last April, while Affleck was seen wearing the other half earlier this month.

While the two have not come out and fully admitted to their relationship, media have speculated that they became close during the filming of “Deep Water,” a film about a couple with secrets to hide. Affleck supposedly loves de Armas’s Cuban heritage and accent, while she finds him smart, engaging, and handsome.

Since meeting on the set of the film, the couple has been spotted in Cuba while on a date. Costa Rica and Los Angeles where the two other locations where the pair have been seen. Currently, Affleck and de Armas are both isolating in Los Angeles.

The coronavirus-induced lockdowns around the world have been a good thing for some celebrity couples like Affleck and de Armas. For instance, Lily Allen and David Harbour have been rumored to have gotten engaged while staying together in London.

As the global coronavirus pandemic isn’t slowing down any time soon, Affleck and de Armas may just spend even more time in isolation together. In the United States, the May 18 update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has pegged the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country at 1,480,349 people. The number of deaths caused by COVID-19 is at 89,407 people.

Globally, the May 18 situation report from the World Health Organization has the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases at 4,618,821. The number of people who have died from COVID-19 is now at 311,847.