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Demi Moore 'dating younger man'

Demi Moore is reportedly dating a man 12 years younger than her.

The 49-year-old actress split from her husband Ashton Kutcher, 34, last year after he was allegedly unfaithful. It's now been claimed Demi has found love with an actor from New Zealand called Martin Henderson. The pair recently enjoyed a trip to Connecticut together, where they were seen queuing up in a bakery.

"She was in line and a Colbie Caillat song came on - she started singing along and dancing in a playful, flirty way," an insider told Life & Style.

Another source added: "They were very comfortable with each other."

During their holiday, the new couple dined with friends, enjoyed a barbeque and went hiking.

"She looked great - chatty, healthy and happy," a source said.

Martin, 37, starred in TV series Shortland Street and also appeared in Britney Spears' Toxic music promo.

Demi has been going through a hard time of late. There is speculation Demi is estranged from her three daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, with their relationship reaching "breaking point". It was even claimed the girls are considering taking out a restraining order against her after a series of arguments.

They are eager to repair relations with Demi, and Courtney Love's daughter Frances Bean Cobain has apparently been helping them cope with the situation.

"The girls went to the same school as Frances and have always been close. It seems Frances encouraged them to give Demi some tough love," a source told UK magazine Grazia.

Frances - whose father was late rocker Kurt Cobain - famously filed a restraining order against her mother in 2009.

Demi's daughters want to see their mother get her life back on track following her split from Ashton and stint in rehab.

"They love their mother desperately, but she's become too much. They feel like they are walking on eggshells with her and have run out of things to say or do to help," the source explained. "It's terribly distressing for them."

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