Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 29 May 2016

Liv Tyler's designer romance

Published 31/08/2014

Liv Tyler
Liv Tyler

Liv Tyler and Dave Gardner are reportedly really happy with how their relationship is going.

The Hollywood actress and David went public last week at the birthday party of Radio DJ Nick Grimshaw, in London. David, a British soccer agent and the best friend of David Beckham, is said to be really happy with the way the relationship is progressing.

"They've actually been dating for three months. Everyone thinks Kate Moss introduced them, but it was originally Stella McCartney," an insider told British magazine Grazia.

"Dave and Liv have known each other for ages, but they've always had partners. Then, when they both became single at the same time, they sort of clicked. Dave's been spending time in LA recently so means he can see more of Liv. They both seem really happy and he's telling everyone he's in love."

Liv, the daughter of Aerosmith legend Steven Tyler, was previously married to British musician Royston Langdon. They went their separate ways in 2008, and share custody of their nine-year-old son Milo.

Dave also has a son, seven-year-old Grey, with his ex-wife Davinia Taylor, and it's thought 37-year-old Liv gets on really well with his little one.

"Apparently Liv is brilliant with Grey and that makes Dave happy too," the source added.

Both children joined Liv and Dave when they jetted off to Spanish Island Formentera for some fun in the sun with friend Kate Moss.

It had been reported earlier this summer that Liv wasn't interested in getting romantically involved with anyone, but her new love interest seems to have changed her mind.

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