Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 1 February 2015

Demi Moore 'issues Christmas invite to toyboy'

Demi Moore
Demi Moore

Demi Moore has apparently invited new toyboy Vito Schnabel "along for the holidays".

It was reported last week that the 50-year-old has finally moved on from Ashton Kutcher and is now dating art dealer Vito, who is 24 years her junior.

Friends have now divulged the actress is thinking about spending Christmas with her new lover.

"Demi's had a rough ride in the last year and so she's making the most of this new romance," a source told British magazine Grazia.

"She's known Vito for years because he's a close friend of Ashton's and they've always had a spark. Demi doesn't care about his age and is having a lot of fun so thought it wouldn't hurt to invite him along for the holidays."

Just as Demi has a track record of preferring younger men, Vito has dated a host of older women including Elle Macpherson and Liv Tyler.

Demi's daughters from her marriage to Bruce Willis are apparently happy for their mother, but fear she is falling back into old habits.

Rumer, Scout and Tallulah have had a tumultuous relationship with their mom since her split from 34-year-old Ashton.

"The girls are pleased for Demi but I think they are a bit worried that she's gone for another younger guy, for Vito is quite a lot younger than her," an insider explained.

"They're also a bit worried that this might be about Ashton, as Vito is a good friend of his. But Demi is on cloud nine and it looks as if she's putting the last year behind her and moving on, so that's the most important thing."

Demi and Ashton announced they were splitting last year, after six years of marriage.

The Ghost star was left heartbroken and even completed a stint in rehab after the separation.

Ashton has since moved on and is now dating gorgeous actress Mila Kunis, 29.

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