Last month, a source dished the duo — who celebrated their first Halloween together — are becoming more comfortable being seen in public together. “They are more relaxed lately,” the insider stated. “They don’t seem to care about hiding their relationship anymore. It’s obvious that they are happy.”
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OK! previously reported, the A-listers sparked romance rumors earlier this year after costarring in Kravitz’s upcoming directorial film debut, Pussy Island, and the duo have been inseparable ever since.
“They both thought the other was cool, fun and attractive, but never acted on it because they were never single,” an insider explained, noting that while filming, the two really connected and “things turned romantic fast.”
“They both have a lot in common, they’re both very active and love outdoor sports and being in the outdoors," the source said. "They both work in Hollywood, but like being off the grid too.”
The pair became official shortly after the High Fidelity star’s divorce from ex Karl Glusman was finalized. Kravitz’s divorce from the actor was filed back in December 2020 before being entered into records on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, according to court documents.
Tatum, 41, was married to his Step Up costar for nine years before they split in 2018.