The American singer-songwriter, 29, was last spotted with her handsome beau in May, when they were spotted kissing, before their relationship was confirmed, at a Taylor Swift concert.
But the couple’s relationship seems to be going from strength to strength since they stepped out holding hands in Midtown Manhattan.
Phoebe cut a very racy display in a black sheer midi dress, teamed with black strappy heels with a red sole detailing.
Meanwhile, Bo, 33, opted for a smart but stylish outfit as he sported a pair of grey trousers and a polished black coat.
Phoebe flaunted her toned washboard abs and incredibly slender physique in the see-through ensemble.
In May, the couple’s relationship was accidentally confirmed by Keith Urban in a clip captured by the country music star.
Keith filmed himself bopping along to Swift’s Blank Space at her concert in Philadelphia – but all eyes swiftly went to Swift’s support act Phoebe, who was seen sharing an apparent kiss with Bo in the background.
Phoebe, who famously split from rumored fiancé Mescal in December 2022, looked typically glamorous as she cozied up to the comedian and film-maker.
The pair danced together in the VIP area before they turned around to face each other and leaned in for a kiss.
Fans quickly went wild on social media with one humorously commenting: ‘Keith is is in his DeuxMoi era’ while another added: Keith having the time of his life with Nicole not knowing the chaos he just put out on the internet.’
Rumours of the pair’s romance began circulating in early January when a bizarre photo of them with The 1975 frontman, Matty Healy, was posted on his Instagram.
Phoebe placed a kiss on Healy’s mouth as Bo stood behind them with his eyes closed.
There were also several reports of Phoebe and Bo ‘making out’ and ‘canoodling’ around Los Angeles, according to the Deux U podcast.
Paul recently broke his silence on the ‘difficult’ split between him and Phoebe.
The Oscar-nominee, 27, opened up to Vanity Fair about the end of his romance with the Kyoto hitmaker.
‘Sometimes I can drown it out and then other times it makes me really mad and upset,’ he shared.
‘People are going to write and say things because there’s a certain interest with any person who’s in the public eye in how that person lives their life, and who they’re living up with, and what they’re doing and how they’re going about doing it.
‘And look, a lot of the time people are really kind about their support for me. That’s my predominant experience.’
Mescal began dating the talented musician in 2020 – shortly after the remarkable BBC drama Normal People turned him into a household name.
He said: ‘I definitely feel the temptation to say the status of my whatever—that will always be there. But I don’t think that’s a wise thing to do.
‘When Normal People came out, I was very forthright in interviews, and it didn’t actually serve me. But the temptation still exists to be like, “Shut the f*** up. This is my life. This is what’s going on. Or this is what’s going on.”’
He continued: ‘But moving forward as much as I can, that’s going to be my life that is private. That’s a difficult thing to achieve. But giving strangers an answer about my life doesn’t actually help me.
‘It’s like a quick boost of serotonin, being like, “I’ve said what I need to say.” And then it’s just Twitter fodder.’