Kate Beckinsale and Goody Grace have reportedly split after nine months of dating, including spending lockdown together.
The couple, who were first linked in January, spent lockdown together in her Los Angeles home after being spotted holding hands in March.
Kate, 47, and Goody, 23, are said to have parted ways, with him returning to his native Canada after six months of living together.
The photos Kate shared for his 23rd birthday have been deleted from her Instagram account and Kate and Goody have both unfollowed each other’s accounts.
The couple had publicly declared their love for each other in June when Kate shared a photo for his birthday, writing: ‘Happy birthday I love you,’ to which he replied: ‘I love you.’
Prior to Goody, Kate had been linked to comedian Pete Davidson, 26, in January 2019, as well as being pictured kissing Jack Whitehall, 32, in November 2018.
Kate, who has 21-year-old daughter Lily from her relationship with actor Michael Sheen, 51, had been married to Len Wiseman, 47, for 11 years until they split in 2015.
She spoke out about the double standards of women dating younger men in June, telling Women’s Health: ‘If everyone’s s**tting on you, it can make you feel kind of ugh for a minute – especially if there’s really nothing wrong.
‘If you’re strangling a squirrel or hurting someone, I get it, but living one’s life in a reasonably respectful manner shouldn’t invite anyone to get too excited.
‘It can feel like a little bit of a political act to be a woman over 32 who’s having any fun at all.
‘I witness men constantly doing whatever they like, whether that’s in relationships, or deciding to buy a motorbike, or getting a tattoo.
‘It hasn’t been interpreted as, “Why hasn’t he had more children?” or, “Is he ever going to decide to become a parent?” or, “Why has he had so many girlfriends?”’
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Kate and Goody’s reps for comment.
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