Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx have reportedly split after six years together, as sources say their romance ended in May.
The 'Django Unchained' star and the 'Dawson's Creek' actress have been enjoying an incredibly secret romance for six years, but according to newspaper reports they've now decided to call time on their relationship.
It was first speculated the pair had split when Jamie, 51, was spotted with singer Sela Vave over the weekend, but an eyewitness revelaed that they spotted Katie going for lunch with her friends at La Esquina, where they reportedly overheard her saying: "What Jamie does is his business - we haven't been together for months."
According to reports they then called a friend of 40-year-old Katie to confirm the news, who confessed the pair had split in May, a few weeks after their appearance at the 2019 Met Gala.
A source previously claimed Jamie and Katie were getting "more comfortable" in their relationship and were keeping their romance so under wraps because they have both been in public relationships before and they understand how difficult it is.
They said: "Katie was really letting loose and dancing - they were even kissing each other! . They're starting to be more comfortable about their relationship. They'd both been in public relationships before. They care about each other a lot and they tried to stay as quiet as possible because they didn't want to ruin that ... Jamie brings a lot of joy and happiness into her life. They've definitely become more serious."
Meanwhile, Katie's number one priority is her daughter Suri, 13, who she shares with her ex-husband Tom Cruise.
The insider added: "She's an amazing mom. She'll choose her family over him any day ... When they're together it works. When they're not, they're on their own. It's what works for them ... Katie found happiness with Katie first. She's worked her ass off since the divorce and she's finally gotten to a place where she's made a name for herself and can be her own person. She's back to her old self and it's great to watch."