Katie Holmes secretly dating Justin Theroux!
Katie Holmes who recently split with Jamie Foxx, was surrounded with rumours of “secretly dating” Justin Theroux. However, the report spread by the Star magazine is completely untrue.
According to the report, Holmes had a “top-secret meetup” at a restaurant with Theroux in New York City. The alleged source said that the meeting “was very romantic” and that “Justin and Katie hit it off immediately. It was pretty much the ultimate first date.”
Star magazine also claimed that the new relationship between the pair was part of a “revenge romance” towards Jennifer Aniston and Foxx.
“She needed to find a middle ground – someone between Tom [Cruise] and Jamie. Justin isn’t controlling like Tom and he’s not a player like Jamie. He fits the bill,” the source said. However, none of these claims are true, according to Gossip Cop.
Holmes and Foxx ended their six-year-long relationship in August. Since her split, Katie has been focusing her time on her career and her daughter, whom she shares with her ex-husband Tom Cruise.
Several wrong rumours surfaced about Holmes and Foxx, and an OK! magazine report also recently stated that Foxx was trying to hookup with Holmes by sending her sly messaged. However, Gossip Cop debunked the report.
Meanwhile, Theroux and Aniston split in February 2018 after two and a half years of marriage, saying in a joint statement to E!: “We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship.”
Katie Holmes is in a really good place. “I enjoy life, and I love adventure,” says the actor, 41, who describes herself as an optimist. “That’s the thing I like best about myself. I like to meet people and experience lots of things. I’m always up for new challenges.” (Related: The Most Challenging Workout Katie Holmes Has Ever Done)
Currently fueling her passions are the projects she’s helping bring to life and the people in her circle. First, there’s her work behind the camera: Katie is directing her second film, and she’s loving every minute of it.
“I enjoy the collaboration of everyone on set, putting a story together, and telling it through my own lens. That makes me feel great. When I’m creating, I’m happy.”
And then there’s her acting career. This month she stars in the horror-thriller Brahms: The Boy II, which hits theaters December 6. Katie, who says she is not usually a fan of scary films, was eager to be part of this one.
“I play a woman who is terrified that an evil doll is taking over her child. Doesn’t every parent worry that an influence will take over their child? To me, it’s a metaphor for that.”
Her favorite role, of course, is being mom to 13-year-old Suri, her daughter with Tom Cruise. “I feel very blessed to have such a special daughter,” Katie says. “Being her mom is absolutely the greatest gift and privilege.”
We caught up with Katie shortly after our photo shoot (to which she brought her own mom, by the way), and she shared with us how she keeps her upbeat attitude strong, no matter what.
“I exercise four times a week. Variety is key, or I get bored. I like Spinning, boxing, and yoga, and sometimes I’ll take a dance class. I have my own Spin bike, so I can do it at home when I have to get up really early; otherwise I go to FlywheelSports.
I got into boxing a couple of years ago, and now I take classes at Rumble. They play great music, and it’s so fun. It targets your upper body, which is good because I can forget to do that.”
“Sometimes I work out with my daughter. It just depends on the day. We have our routines, and occasionally they overlap. But I don’t force her to work out with me because I know that’s lame.”
“I’m a big believer in self-care. It’s better for everybody if you’re taking care of yourself. Those moments are really worth it. I like to get massages. I also have a favorite daily ritual: I take 20 minutes in the morning to write down a list of the things I’m grateful for and listen to calming music.
It’s kind of a meditation, and I give myself that time to just enjoy. It sets a good tone for my day.” (Related: Gratitude Journals That’ll Help You Appreciate the Little Things)