Last night, the Oscar Wilde Awards -- sometimes called the "Irish Oscars" -- honored talented actors and actresses of Irish heritage for their contributions to cinema in 2016. The ceremony was held last night at J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot production studios in Santa Monica, California. Amongst the actors and actresses honored were "Loving" star Ruth Negga, "Outlander" star Caitriona Balfe, and musicians Glenn Murphy and Ronan Scolard.

Caitriona Balfe, Tony McGill happy together

Caitriona was honored for her role in "Outlander," where she has played Claire Randall Fraser for 3 years. "It's been a great year for Irish actresses, and we're delighted to honour one who is receiving well-deserved recognition for her success in "Outlander." Given Caitriona's intense schedule of time travel and the cold and rainy Scottish weather, our event should be relaxing for her," said Trina Vargo, president and founder of the US-Ireland Alliance, upon inducting Balfe.

After she received her award, Caitriona was happy to be photographed with her boyfriend.

This isn't the first time that Caitriona Balfe and Tony McGill have been photographed together. The two have been an item for quite a few years now.

In the past, it was speculated that Caitriona Balfe was dating her co-star, Sam Heughan. However, Caitriona made clear in several interviews that she is not dating her co-star, and she found it "exhausting" to continue to have to answer the question again and again.

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"We are good friends and we have a similar view on life. [But] what really bothers me is when people claim we are together. It’s not true,” she said to Vanity Fair Italia in an interview.

This was a similar sentiment to the one she made in 2016 to People Magazine. When asked if she and her co-star were together, Caitriona Balfe vehemently denied it. "I’m tired of that conversation. This is fantasy. This is our job. We are very different in our private life," she said.

In closing, as has been said before: Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe are not dating.