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Skarsgård and Chung ‘getting serious’

Published 01/06/2015

Alexander Skarsgård
Alexander Skarsgård

Alexander Skarsgård and Alexa Chung are reportedly having a “fun relationship”.

The Swedish actor was first linked to the British fashionista in February. And since then, it seems that their romance has gone from strength to strength.

“It is serious and has really heated up," a source told Us Weekly, while another added: "It's a fun relationship for both of them. She's just about as busy as he is and it's not really feasible [for them] to become a more committed couple, but the hang outs are great."

The news of their burgeoning romance comes after the pair were spotted on a rendezvous at Brooklyn, New York’s Prospect Park and Botanical Gardens on Friday, May 29. They took photographs of each other during their outing, with Alexa, 31, sharing one of them on social media with her fans soon after.

“O rose, thou are sick! (sic)” she wrote alongside the image which saw her pointing at some red roses in a white ensemble and a pair of oversized shades.

The Big Apple seems to be the pair’s city of choice, as rumours began to circulate in February after the True Blood star was spotted out and about with Alexa on two consecutive days.

Onlookers at the time said they looked “cosy” as they headed to the city’s famed Bowery Ballroom before being seen together again the next morning.

“They were deep in conversation," an eyewitness told the publication. “He seemed really laidback but she seemed super animated and into him."

The 38-year-old actor previously dated actress Kate Bosworth from 2009 to 2011, while Alexa was in a four-year relationship with Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner until July 2011.

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