Talulah Riley appears to have publicly confirmed her relationship with Love Actually star Thomas Brodie-Sangster.
The pair attended a pre-Bafta party this weekend where they happily posed for photos together before taking to the dance floor.
Rumours about a romance between the two actors have been swirling since earlier this year, when they were spotted holding hands in London.
It’s believed Riley, 36, and Brodie-Sangster, 31, met while filming the upcoming miniseries Pistol, in which they play fashion designers Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren respectively.
Riley was previously married to billionaire Elon Musk - twice, in fact. They first got hitched in 2010 before divorcing in 2012 only to remarry the following year. They split for good in 2016.
Speaking after their divorce was finalised, Musk said: 'I think it would be extremely unwise for me to jump into a third marriage without spending considerable time figuring out if the third one will work.
'It was never my intention to have a short marriage. Essentially I’d want to be super sure before getting married again, but I certainly would love to be in a relationship. For sure.'
Earlier this week, Musk’s on/off partner Grimes revealed the pair had welcomed a second child together.
Speaking to Vanity Fair, Grimes - real name Claire Boucher - revealed the pair's baby girl, who was born via a surrogate, is called 'Exa Dark Sideræl Musk', otherwise known as 'Y'.
Apparently she is named after the supercomputing term 'exaFLOPS', which is the ability to perform one quintillion floating-point operations per second.
The pair were already parents to son X Æ A-12 - X for short - born in May 2020.
Grimes also seemed to confirm that she and the Tesla CEO were still in a relationship, albeit a ‘fluid’ one. 'There’s no real word for it', she explained. 'I would probably refer to him as my boyfriend, but we’re very fluid.'
She added: 'We live in separate houses. We’re best friends. We see each other all the time…. We just have our own thing going on, and I don’t expect other people to understand it.
'This is the best it’s ever been.... We just need to be free.'
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