Though the duo have been linked before, in early 2015, they are both single, consenting individuals.
They can go on a few dates together, see where things are going, and not consider it a relationship immediately. Bella especially has been super open about her relationship status since she's been in the spotlight, so the best source to go to here are the stars themselves.
But many tween or teen relationships are not, and end within a month or so of the first kiss.
Make sure they communicate early on with whomever they are seeing that ultimately peanuts are out for them too and to avoid all other food allergens many hours before thinking about a kiss.
They'll label this — with whatever label they choose — if and when the time comes.
OK — your 13-year-old daughter comes home from school and dreamily announces that she’s in love with the hottest guy in her grade.
Well, try to keep a cool head yourself, make sure that the lines of communication with your child remain open, and that you are not judgmental (at least until you see the boyfriend’s rap sheet! Also, try the following with your child: Use the “relationship” as a jumping off spot for communication.
Get to know your child’s interests, friends and how he or she wishes to be perceived by others via the boyfriend or girlfriend.
Kids love to talk about their loves and infatuations — have fun with it and respect your child’s feelings.