Kate Beckinsale has been trying wedding dresses on for size as she spends lockdown with her 23-year-old toy boy Goody Grace.
The 47-year-old Hollywood star was in comedy mode when she showed off her fitting session on a tennis court in LA.
She was joined by a would-be bridesmaid in a pink gown and her pet dogs as they relaxed after their dress up session.
The Brit captioned her shoot on Instagram with a quote from Valley of the Dolls author Jacqueline Susann: ‘I’ve got a library copy of Gone with the Wind, a quart of milk and all these cookies. Wow! What an orgy!’
The Widow actress has been living with Grace since the start of lockdown and the star’s 21-year-old daughter Lily is said to approve of the romance with the rocker.
‘Lily, doesn’t care about the age difference between her mom and Goody and is happy that her mom is happy,’ a pal claimed earlier this summer.
Beckinsale was targeted by trolls over the 24 year age gap between her and her lover during the summer.
The Underworld star was happy to hit back mocking naysayers and their bad spelling for their tweets.
She told one, ‘Try and see if you can spell and not just goon yourself straight out the gate.’
Kate and Goody were first linked when they were spotted out together on Easter Sunday in Los Angeles.
It was later revealed that the pair had been quarantining together amid the coronavirus pandemic, with a source telling People: ‘She has been dating him since the beginning of the year.
‘They have fun and Kate seems happy. His age is not an issue for her. It’s just a number.’
Meanwhile, the actress has been keen to express her love for her beau, throwing him a 23rd birthday party in June, with her beloved cats attending – what more could you want?
The actress shared an array of photos of her messy post-party dining room, complete with balloons and streamers, and wrote in one of the comment sections ‘Happy birthday I love you’ while tagging Goody.
Kate’s last public relationship was with comedian Pete Davidson, following his split from Ariana Grande.
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