The Season 15 The Bachelorette star, 26, was photographed holding hands with Adam, 33, as they shopped along Abbot Kinney Boulevard at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, CA, on Monday, the U.K.'s Daily Mail reported.
The Daily Mail obtained nearly a dozen photos of Hannah and Adam together as they popped in and out of stores, and the two were all smiles when they weren't wearing their face masks amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Hannah was sporting a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap and a ponytail with a striped T-shirt and black leggings, and Adam wore black pants and a blue T-shirt.
The couple had on nearly-identical green raincoats, and they both looked comfortable in sneakers.
Hannah has yet to announce her romance or go Instagram official with Adam; however, photos surfaced on social media late last week of the pair dining out in Nashville, TN.
In addition, Hannah led fans to believe she was spending time with a man when she reportedly posted a video of herself cozied up to a guy -- whose face she did not reveal -- on her Instagram Stories.
In the video, Hannah was showing off her Birkenstock sandals and socks while standing next to a man in sneakers.
Hannah and Adam also noticeably began following each other on Instagram.
Adam is a model signed to multiple modeling agencies including Wilhelmina Models and Campbell Models. He is also currently employed as a private client sales director for clothing company Greg Lauren LLC in Los Angeles.
Adam graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville with a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration and Finance. He later received his M.B.A. from Lipscomb University in 2012.
Hannah's dating life has clearly turned around since she felt compelled to work with a matchmaker in November 2020 to help her find true, lasting love after a series of "frustrating" dates.
In a YouTube video Hannah posted to her channel at the time, she sat down with her friend and life coach Nora Dekeyser, who is also a professional matchmaker, for a candid chat about what she's looking for in a relationship.
"There's an energy when you walk up to somebody. It's not even about how attractive they are. For me, it's how they are when they walk up and meet you, it's how their demeanor is... You're just, like, intrigued," Hannah shared.
"There are some people you're naturally drawn to and get along with, and I think that varies from person to person... It's not really about what they look like. And I will say, they can get you on the dating app!"
Hannah added, "There has to be something about them that's super confident and open. Somebody honest, which I've also had issues with that."
Hannah selected Jed Wyatt as the winner of her heart over runner-up Tyler Cameron on The Bachelorette in 2019 at the Final Rose Ceremony of Season 15, but the former Alabama beauty pageant queen broke up with Jed five weeks after they got engaged because he had lied about having a girlfriend back home in Nashville during filming.
"Just say who you are, what you know, and what you're about. I want to know what I'm working with. There shouldn't be beating around the bush," Hannah noted to her matchmaker late last year.
"Be honest, upfront, open and confident. And I'm looking for someone passionate and successful... They just want to succeed in whatever life throws at them and what they're passionate about."
Hannah said she also wanted a "fun" guy with "a little edge" -- or else she'd probably get bored.
"I can shut down and it's good for me to have somebody who can get me out there and match my energy. I also have all these crazy big dreams, so I need someone kind of stable, too. I want stability in my life," Hannah said in her YouTube video.
"I need you to be super fun and have energy but be stable and let me be a star."
Hannah also desired a supportive man who's a good listener and would be okay with the fact she's still growing as a person and changing.
"I have douchebag drool. I'll drool all over you in a second... It's ridiculous! So I've got to get out of that," Hannah admitted at the time.
"I'm a good girl with a little paprika or a little sriracha!"
Fans have been shipping Hannah and Tyler to get back together for a while now, but the pair appear to still be just friends.
On The Bachelorette's live reunion special in late July 2019, Hannah asked Tyler out on a date, which resulted in the pair spending one night together in Los Angeles.
However, nothing ever came of it because Tyler appeared to set his sights on supermodel Gigi Hadid, whom he dated for two months, and moved to New York City to pursue modeling. (He later had flings with Kylie Jenner's best friend Anastasia Karanikolaou and swimsuit model Jilissa Ann Zoltko. He was subsequently spotted out with multiple other models).
Hannah returned home to her family in Alabama on April 1, 2020 and expressed at the time how she and Tyler only had a platonic relationship.
In an early October YouTube video Hannah and Tyler created together, the pair confirmed they never hooked up -- or even kissed -- while in quarantine.
However, Hannah confessed she and Tyler had been "feeling each other out" at the time and the lack of clarity she had about their relationship was bothersome.
"I didn't want to do something because I was in a bad place or vulnerable," Tyler said, adding that he had "mixed feelings" about pursuing a romance with Hannah again after getting dumped on The Bachelorette.
"I just wanted to work on it being a friendship. If we stepped away from each other and wanted more, we could always go and get more."
But Hannah apparently felt led on at times and the pair had major disagreements.
"I think it was really hard for me and him just being like, 'Let's just chill.' He'd always say, '[Let's] figure it out,'" Hannah said in the October video.
"And I'm like, 'What are we figuring out?' And I hated figuring it out... I'm pretty sure there were days when we barely talked to each other."
Although their relationship was "unhealthy" at the time, they continued to talk things out and so their friendship gradually improved to the "cool" dynamic they have as friends today.
"We're going to still hang out," Hannah noted, adding that the former couple no longer felt "pressure" to be together or define their relationship.
"I think everything we've been through and all the stuff we've done, we care about each other and we're there for each other. I'm super stoked about where we're at right now," Tyler added last year.