FILM writer Aaron Sorkin and model Paulina Porizkova made their relationship official as they were cuddled up on the Oscars red carpet.
The couple made their first public appearance as a couple after a "secret month-long romance".
Is Aaron Sorkin dating Paulina Porizkova?
Sorkin and Porizkova attended the Academy Awards on Sunday, April 25, as the filmmaker was nominated in five categories for The Trial Of The Chicago 7.
The new couple looked elegant and joyful as they walked the red carpet side by side.
The supermodel wore a stunning gold cowl-neck gown with ruching on the bodice, and the producer wore a simple black tux and bowtie.
A source previously told Page Six that the duo had been quietly seeing one another for a few months, following the death of Porizkova's estranged ex-husband Ric Ocasek.
Despite being married for 28 years and sharing two sons together, the late singer left his ex-wife out of his will when he died in September 2019.
Sorkin married Julia Bingham in 1996 and share one daughter together, Roxy.
However, the couple called it quits in 2005.
The West Wing creator has also dated actress Kristin Chenoweth and Sex and the City's Kristin Davis before going steady with Porizkova.
Did Aaron Sorkin win an Oscar at this year's Academy Awards?
Sorkin was nominated for five Academy Awards for his work on The Trial Of The Chicago 7.
The Trial Of The Chicago 7 was nominated for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay, Best Film Editing and Best Cinematography, however, the film failed to take home any awards.
What did Porizkova say about her love life in her 50's?
The Czechoslovakian model recently spoke to Yahoo! about sex and dating in her 50's as she claims to have gained "confidence and wisdom" in more recent years.
"What I have found is that sex gets better with age, which is something that I was kind of terrified about for a while because I kept hearing all these horror stories about how you go through menopause and then you lose your sex drive and you don't want to have sex anymore," she explained.
"I had been wandering the desert for a little while and I was really afraid that somehow that part of my life was going to disappear or go away or was no longer something that I got to do.
"And it turns out that it only gets better because I know my body so much better," she shared.
"Whatever confidence and wisdom that you acquire with age, it's kind of paying off in your 50s.
"Now I take my pleasure where I know that I had it or where I can. I'm not there to please the guy. I'm there to be pleased," she added.
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