Justin Bieber has reunited with Selena Gomez in McAllen, Texas where they were spotted shopping and enjoying breakfast together.
The 'Never Say Never' singer has been spotted looking close with his ex in the city of McAllen in Texas this morning (07.03.14), a day after he stormed out of a legal deposition when he was quizzed about her.
The pair - who were first linked in 2010 but split in January 2013, only to get back together again briefly at the beginning of this year - were seen having breakfast at local restaurant Don Pepe's but refused to take photos during their meal.
Selena had pork chops with salsa, while the Justin opted for traditional Mexican dish Huevos Rancheros, according to E! news.
The pair then headed to flower shop LA Imports, where spies say they were hugging and talking about flowers. They then made their way to Perfumeria La Versailles to look around.
Selena is in her home state ahead of a show at Hidalgo State Farm tomorrow (08.03.14), which will be her first since she completed a stint in rehab in January.
Earlier this week Justin raised eyebrows when he posted a picture of his former love in an elegant Emilio Pucci dress for the Vanity Fair party after The Oscars with the caption: ''The most elegant princess in the world.''
Justin, 20, has recently found himself in a number of legal troubles due to his behaviour in the US and his native Canada, and his uncle, Brad Bieber, thinks his actions were down to him missing Selena.
He said: ''How would you feel if your first love didn't work out? How would you feel if that relationship went sour and then it became public and you had no chance to heal or sort out your own emotions and feelings? He is just a brokenhearted, lost little boy.''
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