Actress Katie Holmes, 43, can finally laugh again. She’s newly in love! Holding hands, she tours New York with musician Bobby Wooten (33). Later they visited the Guggenheim Museum on Fifth Avenue. After that, they go for a walk in the nearby Central Park.
Katie Holmes has not been seen carefree for long. A year ago, she broke up with partner restaurant noble Emilio Vitolo (34 years old). She was in a relationship with him for only a few months. Prior to that, she was in a relationship for several years with fellow actor Jamie Foxx (54), but had to keep it a secret from the public.
clause in the divorce agreement
The reason for this is a clause in the divorce agreement with her ex-husband Tom Cruise (59). This said that after the divorce, Holmes was not allowed to appear in public with a new man next to her for five years, so as not to part with the Hollywood star.
Holmes and the 16-year-old film hero met in 2005. Two months after they first met, Cruise proposed to her. Their daughter Suri was born in 2006. In 2012, Holmes filed for divorce from a recognized Scientologist. They hardly have any contact today. Suri, now 16, rarely sees her father.
“He is a wonderful man”
It’s quite different with Wooten, who is said to have met Suri just a few days later, as the Grammy-nominated musician’s friends reported in the US media. “Bobby is an amazing guy, so cute, so talented, just a great guy who is so comfortable all around.”
Even the man to kiss him! And that’s exactly what Katie Holmes did that afternoon in New York. In the end, they also met Katie’s mother, Kathleen Stuthers Holmes, 75, in Central Park, who gave Wooten a warm hug as her welcome. Another indication is that the relationship between the former “Dawson’s Creek” actress and singer, who just performed with 36-year-old Carly Rae Gibson at the legendary Coachella Festival, is a very serious one.
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