AceShowbiz - The love is in the air! Andrew Garfield has found the new love of his life. The "Hacksaw Ridge" star is reportedly dating model Christine Gabel as the new lovebirds were recently spotted out and about in Los Angeles, California.
In a new picture that circulated online, the 35-year-old actor was seen taking a romantic scroll with his alleged new boo, who is also a medical student, on Tuesday, July 9. The two didn't hesitate to show that they were pretty much a couple as the two had their hands around each other.
During the outing, "The Amazing Spider-Man" star opted for a casual look in a black T-shirt, green pants and sneakers. As for the 25-year-old University of Southern California alum, she was clad in a blue-and-red printed sundress and a white cardigan. She completed her look with brown sandals and sunglasses.
A source claims to Radar Online, "They've only been dating for a couple of weeks." The insider adds, "But it looks like it could turn serious pretty fast. Andrew and Christine seem really into each other. I've seen them together and you can just tell they had a strong connection right off the bat."
This arrives after Andrew sparked dating rumors with "Marvel's Jessica Jones" actress Susie Abromeit after they were snapped getting hot and heavy on a Malibu beach back in September 2018. The two were seen flaunting PDA on several occasions that month, including having dinner together at Malibu’s Inn of the Seventh Ray and visiting Disneyland.
"They were laughing about something," an onlooker said at the time of their date at the happiest place on Earth. The insider also added that they were "having a fun day."
Susie was not the only celebrity that was romantically linked to the Tony winner. He was reportedly dating Rita Ora before splitting in March. A source claimed they decided to go separate ways because Andrew "wanted to lead a more private life." Days following the split report, he was snapped cuddling up to comedian Aisling Bea at the London production of "Hamilton".
He also previously dated his "Amazing Spider-Man" co-star Emma Stone in 2012 before calling it quits in 2015. "We care about each other so much and that's a given, that's kind of this unconditional thing," he said of their split in a 2017 interview with Vanity Fair. "There's so much love between us and so much respect. I'm her biggest fan as an artist."