We may need to sound off those new couple alerts any day now. A source tells InTouch that Justin Theroux and Elizabeth Hurley, who have been seen together at various events recently, are “definitely into each other.” The insider continued, “It looks like Justin definitely prefers his ladies a little older than him. After breaking up with Jen [Aniston], who’s only three years older than him, he dated a bunch of much younger actresses, singers and models, but the chemistry was never quite right.”
Justin, 47, and Elizabeth, 53, kicked off romance rumors after being spotted side-by-side in public, including hanging out at the ABB FIA Formula E 2019 auto racing championship in Marrakech, Morocco. But The Leftovers alum isn’t the only one apparently head-over-heels, as Justin “hits all the buttons” for Elizabeth. The source states, “They spent a few days together in Morocco… and the race definitely took a back seat to their coupling.” The insider added, “No one cared about the race. The talk was all about the hot new couple, who definitely look great together.”
The insider revealed that the pair were having “a blast together” at the events and they appeared to get along great. They added, “What’s not to like, she’s worldly, smart, sexy and he said her voice and accent really made him smile.” And it does seem like Justin may be into women who are a tad older than he is as Jennifer had a few years on him. The actor and the Friends alum were married from 2015 to 2017 before calling it quits. Justin opened up about the divorce last September, and told the NY Times, “Again, neither one of us is dead, neither one of us is looking to throw hatchets at each other,” he stated. “It’s more like, it’s amicable. It’s boring, but, you know, we respected each other enough that it was as painless as it could be.”
As for Elizabeth, her dating history is probably best known for the 13-year-old relationship she had with ’90s romantic comedy fixture, Hugh Grant. We guess we’ll just have to wait and see what comes of this new Justin/Elizabeth duo.