Brad Pitt ‘absolutely smitten’ with new woman in his life

PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images
PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images

Cape Town - It looks as if Brad Pitt has a new woman in his life!

A source close to the 54-year-old actor recently told US Weekly that Brad is dating Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor Neri Oxman.

“Brad’s absolutely smitten with her,” the insider says. “Their chemistry is off the chart.”

The source also revealed the pair “got romantically involved” after he’d admired her 3D-printed chaises lounges at MIT, where she teaches media arts and sciences.

“They got romantically involved almost right away. He’s been going to great lengths to make sure he’s not spotted by prying eyes,” said the source who claims to be close to Brad.

Although the Fury actor wants to keep his relationship out of the spotlight, the pair have been going on secret outings – including a visit to South Africa for the Design Indaba back in February, where the Israeli-born professor delivered a speech.

“Brad and Neri have travelled together internationally on several occasions,” the source says.

The American actor and the award-winning architectural designer were first spotted together last November after he’d made an appearance at one of her MIT classes.

Brad reportedly spent time with the students and took pictures with them and his new girlfriend.

She’s rumoured to be the first woman Brad is dating after his split from Angelina Jolie in 2016.

According to Metro News Brad and Angelina, who share six children together, have finalised their divorce settlement and are doing the “finishing touches” to the paperwork.

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Pictures: Getty Images/Gallo Images

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