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Emily Ratajkowski enjoying Brad Pitt’s company post divorce with husband

New Delhi: Brad Pitt and Emily Ratajkowski have been spending time together, fueling relationship rumours. According to a recent report in Entertainment Tonight, the two “are hanging together and enjoying each other’s company.” However, the insider also stated that Pitt is still single and has not made a commitment. Speaking about how Brad and Emily […]

Edited By : Shivani Negi | Updated: Oct 3, 2022 16:02 IST
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New Delhi: Brad Pitt and Emily Ratajkowski have been spending time together, fueling relationship rumours. According to a recent report in Entertainment Tonight, the two “are hanging together and enjoying each other’s company.” However, the insider also stated that Pitt is still single and has not made a commitment.

Speaking about how Brad and Emily have apparently been spending time, the source revealed, “Brad is still single and not committed to anyone at the moment. Friends of theirs could see it possibly turning into something more in the future, but right now they’re just having a good time”, via Entertainment Tonight. Ratajkowski and Pitt sparked romance rumours last month after the model recently filed for divorce from her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard.”

Ratajkowski, 31, quietly married Sebastian Bear-McClard in February 2018 and filed for divorce from him in Manhattan Supreme Court earlier this month. They have a son, Sylvester, who is now one.

A source told ET, that Pitt and Ratajkowski have been spotted hanging out, but are just maintaining causal relationship at the moment.

“Brad and Emily have spent time together, but it’s very casual. They’re friends,” the source said. “Emily recently filed for divorce and Brad is still going through his situation with Angelina [Jolie] so neither are looking for anything serious right now.”

 

First published on: Oct 03, 2022 04:02 PM IST

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