She is rarely spotted without her faithful dog Finn. But now Amanda Seyfried has a partner to help walk her pet pooch and that’s exactly what she and new beau Josh Hartnett did on Tuesday.
The Linda Lovelace star was seen enjoying a romantic stroll along the beach with Josh – who also brought along his own dog Iggy. The foursome appeared to have a great time and it appears that it isn’t just Amanda and Josh who have developed a close bond. Their furry friends also appeared to be having a great time too and were seen jumping in the surf and playing catch.
Amanda was dressed down in a pair of leggings, a jumper and trainers, while Josh wore a pair of shorts a dark jumper and a beanie. Not only did the couple appear extremely relaxed during their doggy date, but Josh was also seem beaming widely as Amanda walked past.
While reports of their romance surfaced earlier this month the couple were only first spied out together over the weekend. The twosome were spotted doing the grocery run together on Saturday at an upscale supermarket in Hollywood. It’s a sign that their relationship, so nearly kept under wraps for so long, is already at a communal chore stage.
Amanda was first linked to Josh by US Weekly magazine.
The 26-year-old actress – who has courted British actor Dominic Cooper and Reese Witherspoon’s ex Ryan Phillippe in the past – was said to have been ‘hanging out’ with the 33-year-old August star since they were introduced by mutual friends in January.
A source told US Weekly magazine: ‘Josh likes to keep things low-key, so they’ve just been hanging out.’
The new romance comes just weeks after the Red Riding Hood actress split from real estate broker Justin Huchel.She dated real estate executive Andrew Joblon late last year, but as apparently realised that Hollywood actors are more her type.
The beauty, who is devoted to her dog Finn, claimed recently that she doesn’t have the ‘energy’ to be in a relationship and was happy being single. Amanda, who met Cooper on the set of the successful Mamma Mia: ‘Although I think it’s easier to be in a relationship than be single, I just don’t know if I have the energy at the moment. ‘In the past, whenever a relationship of mine ended, my friends would tell me to be single for a while – that it would be good for me.