Katie Holmes isn’t quite ready to dish any details when it comes to her new relationship and noticeably kept coy about her romance while discussing her experience of lockdown.
Writing for Vogue Australia, the actress, 41, penned an open letter detailing how the coronavirus pandemic had impacted her personally.
She spoke of delving into old hobbies, re-watching films she loves and reading her favourite books, as well as describing the moment she reunited with her family when restrictions eased.
‘Seeing my family in Ohio after months of FaceTime calls felt like Christmas morning,’ Katie penned.
‘My mom’s eyes were brighter, my dad’s hands even stronger and our hugs much tighter. Taking time in Washington Square Park with a friend whose little child was taking his first steps brought me back to when my own child began to walk.
‘I felt nostalgic and in awe of the power of time and the continuation of life.’
She said: ‘During this time of uncertainty, remembering to be creative and positive has been something I have tried to keep at the forefront of my mind. Throughout this experience the through-line for me has been a heightened awareness of each moment and really taking it in and appreciating it.’
Katie’s reflective piece didn’t touch on her new romance with chef Emilio Vitolo Jr.
The pair have been spotted looking all loved-up in New York in recent weeks, with sources revealing to People how Emilio, who works at his father’s famous restaurant Emilio’s Ballato, won over the former Dawson’s Creek star.
‘Emilio is very charming, flirty… it’s easy to see how Katie fell for him,’ insiders claimed. ‘She seems very into him. She keeps texting Emilio all day long and he loves it.’
‘He can’t get enough of her attention,’ they added.
Katie previously dated actor Jamie Foxx for around six years. The couple were notoriously private about their relationship, but split in 2019.
She was previously married to Mission: Impossible star Tom Cruise, who she shares daughter Suri, 14, with. They divorced in 2012, after six years of marriage.
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