Looks like Anna Faris is slowly but surely making her new relationship known to the public. The House Bunny star appeared to have put her split with Chris Pratt behind her as she was spotted getting cozy with her rumored new boyfriend, Michael Barrett.
On Friday, Faris and Barrett were spotted enjoying a lunch date together at the Cutters Crabhouse in Seattle. The pair seemed to confirm the real status of their relationship as they shared some PDA-filled moments at the restaurant.
In the photos obtained by TMZ, the 40-year-old comedian looked totally smitten with her rumored beau. The couple gazed passionately into each other's eyes as they enjoyed a bottle of wine.
At one point, Anna affectionately held Michael's arm, seemingly confirming that something romantic is going on between them. There were even claims that the adorable couple even shared a kiss, despite all eyes watching them.
By the looks of it, Faris and Barrett are not letting any criticism get in the way of their budding romance. In fact, they were previously spotted on multiple dates around Los Angeles last month.
In addition, the actress already introduced the cinematographer to her 5-year-old son, Jack.Anna Faris and Michael Barrett met on the set of the actress' upcoming movie, Overboard. The couple was first spotted spending time together shortly after Anna announced her split with the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star Chris Pratt.
It has been quite a month for Faris, as she also released her first tell-all book, Unqualified. In the book, Anna did not hold back in sharing some shocking revelations about her personal life, including her insecurities with how she looks, her relationship with then-husband Chris, rumors about her marriage, and even her raunchy sex life.Previously, Faris admitted that after the release of her memoir, she feels "unbelievably vulnerable." Apparently, she has mixed emotions now that the book is already out, especially since it revealed the other side of her.
However, Anna reiterated that she couldn't be more proud of the book. She also hopes that her readers could relate to her experience and learn a thing or two from it.
"I feel unbelievably vulnerable at this stage but I'm also proud and I hope that people can relate to it and hopefully there's this collective idea that we all go through the same stuff."In August, Anna Faris and Chris Pratt put an end to their relationship after eight years of marriage. Despite the split, the couple remain on good terms and have been peacefully co-parenting their son.
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