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Tatum O’Neal fuels Rosie romance rumours

Published 16/09/2015

Tatum O’Neal
Tatum O’Neal

Tatum O’Neal has appeared to confirm her romance with Rosie O’Donnell by posting a picture of herself with her “wife”.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Tatum O’Neal has appeared to confirm her relationship with Rosie O’Donnell.

The pair were first romantically linked in September, when it was reported that they had been dating in secret for the past two months.

And on Tuesday night Tatum, who only opened up about her sexuality in May, posted a picture with the comedienne on Instagram which fuelled allegations of a romance between the pair.

Alongside the shot of herself and Rosie at the television star’s new home in Florida, Tatum wrote: “#vacations my wife and I woo woo!!! (sic)”

She then changed the caption to “#vacations Ilovemylife (sic)" before deleting the picture entirely from her Instagram account.

Tatum and Rosie were first seen together as they enjoyed a night out at Broadway show Hamilton last month, before heading to dinner at Da Silvano restaurant in New York.

Tatum, 51, has three children with her ex-husband, tennis star John McEnroe. She's been through a lot in her life, including drug addiction and a difficult relationship with her father Ryan O'Neal, but now feels she has found the right path.

"I like women. I definitely have been dating mostly women recently," she told People magazine in May, before refusing to clarify her sexuality. "I'm not one or the other."

Tatum calls women the "most amazing creatures on earth", and she believes that on the whole they are cleverer than men. She calls herself the most content she's been in her life at the moment, which could in part be because she is fit and healthy.

A representative for Rosie previously denied claims that she and Tatum are together. They have yet to comment on the new picture.

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