Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 23 October 2014

Moore ‘secure with new man’

Demi Moore

Demi Moore has reportedly realised that dating younger men made her feel insecure.

The 50-year-old actress is known for having a thing for younger men having married Ashton Kutcher, who is 15 years her junior. They are in the process of divorcing and Demi has since dated a string of toyboys, including Harry Morton, 31. The pair have now split and Demi has started a new romance with Harry's father Peter, 66.

"She's always gone for younger guys and in the end she'd feel insecure. Now, she's met someone who she feels secure with," an insider told British magazine Heat.

Demi and Ashton split after he was allegedly unfaithful and she went into a tailspin afterwards. She was taken to hospital after reportedly using laughing gas and then checked into rehab, widely reported to be due to an eating disorder.

The pair are still agreeing the terms of their split. Initially it was thought they were fighting over the split of money and assets but earlier this month they were spotted chatting amicably after getting the same flight. It's thought Peter is helping Demi move on from that harrowing time in her life.

"Demi's life has really changed from a year ago," the source confided. "Peter makes her feel good about herself. He's a mature, serious businessman and has even been giving her advice on how best to handle her divorce from Ashton."

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