Does Chris Pratt have a new girlfriend? His new photo with co-star sparks rumors

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 10, 2018
03:56 A.M.
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The dating rumors regarding these stars continue to swirl.


On April 5, 2018, Chris Pratt posted a photo of himself with Pom Klementieff on Instagram, as reported by Pop Culture.

'Look who I ran into in Sau Paulo!' he captioned the post.

In the image, Pratt and Klementieff are seen sitting next to each other, looking into the camera. It seems like they were in a restaurant at the time.

The photo quickly went viral with more than 880 thousand likes. The sweet snap also sparked dating rumors.

Many fans were wondering if the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star was showing off a new romance.


'Gets divorced, runs into Mantis in Brazil coincidentally. Conspiracy she's his new girl,' one fan wrote, according to Pop Culture.


Another fan commented asking the actor if Klementieff is his new girlfriend.

'Cute couple alert,' another fan added.

Klementieff, who was trained at the Cours Florent drama school in Paris, also reposted the photo.

Pratt and Klementieff will star in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War.

While there's a possibility that the actor really did happen to run into Klementieff like he said he did, Pratt is said to be in Sāo Paulo for a fan event.

Pratt was previously married to actress Anna Faris. The former couple announced their split on August 6, 2017.


In a joint statement, they said that they are legally separating and that they tried hard for a long time but they were really disappointed.

The actor, who received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his achievements in motion pictures, co-parents his 5-year-old son with Faris.

"They both went on school tours as a family and you'd never know that Anna and Chris were not together. They seemed like a happy couple and a happy family with Jack," a source told Entertainment Tonight.

The source added that the former couple "still laugh and joke together and have seemed to have found a nice friendship as they co-parent."