Wednesday 25 April 2018

Keeping it low-key: Daniel Radcliffe confirms romance... two years later

Daniel Radcliffe has finally confirmed his romance. (Photo by Walter McBride/WireImage)
Daniel Radcliffe has finally confirmed his romance. (Photo by Walter McBride/WireImage)

Daniel Radcliffe’s rumoured girlfriend appears to have confirmed they’re a couple.

The 24-year-old Harry Potter star split from his live-in girlfriend, production assistant Rosie Coker, in 2012 and MailOnline reports his relationship status has largely been a mystery ever since.

However, a representative for actress Erin Darke has apparently confirmed the pair are more than just friends, noting they have been together for “at least two years”.

The comments come as newly published images on the website show Daniel and Erin out and about in New York City’s trendy West Village just last week.

MailOnline claims the start of Daniel and Erin’s romance could overlap with the end of his relationship with Rosie.

The outlet notes previous claims the pair “had a fling” while filming movie Kill Your Darlings.

Erin and Daniel have been seen together several times in recent months, including after his performance in The Cripple of Inishmann in London last August, as well as at the Sundance Film Festival.

However, the status of their relationship remained unconfirmed as speculation mounted.

Daniel’s spokesperson had not commented on the report at press time.

The actor recently gave some insight into his approach on life. Earlier this month, he went as far as to compare himself to a puppy, making the most out of every experience.

“I have a ridiculous puppy-like enthusiasm for life,” he told the US version of OK! Magazine.

“I think the British stereotype is that we can be quite grumpy and we revel in our grumpiness. The thing we’re cynical about and take the p**s out of Americans for is that you’re very enthusiastic and very positive, and that’s wonderful. I adore it, and to be surrounded by that positivity and enthusiasm is great. I’d rather have it that way,” he said.

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