Thursday 18 December 2014

Who's that man? Katie Holmes finds love for the first time since Tom Cruise

Published 09/04/2014 | 20:25

Katie Holmes supposedly has a new love in her life.

The actress is rumoured to be romancing 34-year-old comedian Jason Segel.

The actor dated her former Dawson’s Creek co-star Michelle Williams from 2012-2013, but apparently this hasn’t stopped Katie from falling for him.

“They're having a great time together,” a source told the US edition of Star magazine.

The new couple met on the set of Jason’s hit show How I Met Your Mother when Katie made a guest appearance back in 2011. But according to the reports, their relationship only became romantic in the past few months. Now that the programme is over, Jason is so serious about his new relationship he is considering moving to New York to be with Katie.

“He's eager to start a family,” the source explained.

Katie, 35, already has one child, eight-year-old daughter Suri, from her six-year marriage to Tom Cruise, which ended in divorce in 2012. The source adds that Jason has already bonded with Suri.

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Katie Holmes is reportedly dating actor Jason Segel

“[Katie] thinks he could be The One,” continued the source.

Katie was last linked to actor Jamie Foxx, while Jason’s last serious relationship was with Golden Globe winner Michelle, 33. The couple were rumoured to be on the verge of marrying but the issue of more children is reportedly what drove them apart.

“Jason was desperate to have children but Michelle just isn’t in a rush to have more, and I think it slowly tore them apart,” a source revealed to British magazine Look at the time. “Jason couldn’t handle it, and after lengthy chats with his family he made the decision to end it. She seems totally blindsided. She was so in love with him, I think she would’ve considered moving and having more kids if she’d known it was a deal breaker.”

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