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Dennis Quaid romancing young model

Published 23/08/2016

Dennis Quaid
Dennis Quaid

The star has found love again as he works through his third divorce.

Actor Dennis Quaid has moved on from his broken marriage with a woman 32 years his junior.

The Day After Tomorrow star's third wife, Kimberly, filed for divorce in late June (16), and it appears Dennis has already bounced back from the break-up by romancing model Santa Auzina.

The French-Canadian beauty has been flaunting her new relationship on social media, sharing multiple snaps of the couple in Montreal, Canada, where Dennis is filming his TV show The Art of More, and referring to the 62-year-old actor as "my love" and "soulmate" in the accompanying hashtags.

Dennis and Santa were first romantically linked in July (16), when they were spotted together at Montreal's Atwater Cocktail Club, but they have only recently gone public with their relationship online.

The news emerges as the actor works to finalise his divorce from Kimberly, the mother of his eight-year-old twins, Thomas and Zoe.

The estranged couple, which wed in 2004, previously split in March, 2012, when Kimberly first moved to end their marriage. They reconciled months later, and Kimberly withdrew her divorce petition, only to file new papers this summer (16).

They released a joint statement at the time of the June filing, stating: "After careful consideration, we have decided to end our 12 year marriage. The decision was made amicably and with mutual respect toward one another.

"We will always remain great friends and devoted partners in raising our children."

According to TMZ, Dennis and Kimberly had already agreed to the majority of divorce terms, while they also plan to share custody of their two children.

Dennis was previously married to P. J. Soles from 1978 to 1983 and actress Meg Ryan from 1991 to 2001. Dennis and Meg are parents to actor son Jack, 24.

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