Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Henry Cavill ‘partying with girls after split’

Henry Cavill

Henry Cavill is said to have quickly forgotten about his romance with Kaley Cuoco by enjoying time with female fans.

The Man of Steel actor has reportedly been partying with plenty of ladies in the wake of his split from The Big Bang Theory actress.

Their union only lasted around two weeks, and Henry seems to have no hard feelings about the breakup.

Apparently the 30-year-old Superman hunk was spotted enjoying the company of several women while visiting Canada.

Henry was seen inside Ranchman’s Cookhouse and Dancehall in Calgary, having fun before his brother got married.

In the process of celebrating his sibling’s nuptials, the screen star reportedly posed with a number of excited female fans.

At one point he even took to the dance floor with a blonde girl, according to a source.

“We are proud to have hosted SUPERMAN!” the bar posted on their Facebook page.

The social networking website also revealed that Henry left behind his coveted autograph.

He even wrote a personal message for staff and customers at the venue.

“To Ranchman, You guys are the best! Henry Cavill”, he penned.

The star was also seen enjoying the Calgary Stampede rodeo earlier that day.

At the same time his ex Kaley was seen looking glum following a girls’ night at Cecconi’s restaurant in West Hollywood, California.

Henry dated actress-and-mixed martial artist Gina Carano for ten months and their relationship ended in May.

Kaley had just ended a two-year relationship with musician boyfriend Bret Bollinger.

The 27-year-old funny girl previously romanced her sitcom co-star Johnny Galecki and was engaged to addiction specialist Josh Resnik before splitting from him in 2012.

Henry has been linked to the role of damaged protagonist Christian Grey in the film adaptation of E.L. James novel Fifty Shades of Grey.

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