Oh, Henry. Henry Cavill and Kaley Cuoco almost broke the Internet after news of their relationship came out via US Weekly, with a confirmation from People. To all the delusional fans who think that Henry and Kaley aren’t dating because it hasn’t been ‘confirmed’ – a People Magazine article about the romance is as close to confirmation as you’re going to get without actual pictures or interviews.
Anyway, there’s been a lot of speculation about the nature of Henry’s and Kaley’s sudden [and very surprising] romance. There’s been a lot of doubt about the timeline of Henry’s recent romantic life – he seems to have broken things off with Gina Carano right after the Fast and the Furious 6 London premiere at the beginning of May [where they were spotted together], and then almost immediately embarked on a long, international publicity tour for Man of Steel.
He got back to LA last week and unless he secretly stowed Kaley Cuoco in his trunk throughout the publicity tour without anyone spotting her, I’m kind of confused about how they are in ‘the beginning of a relationship’ after ONE WEEK.
But then again, Mr. Cavill supposedly moves fast. He and his ex-fiance Ellen Whitaker were rumored to have broken up sometime in 2011, and then he and Gina Carano were spotted together a month later. Now, he’s broken up with Gina at the beginning of May, and is supposedly dating Kaley one month later. He really seems to be one of those people who can’t be without a girlfriend, doesn’t he?
Anyway, Henry’s and Kaley’s relationship looks like a clear PR set-up, considering that they’re repped under the same PR company. But to what end? To put him in the news? Ok, sure. But I’m pretty sure we’re going to see him ‘moving on’ with another A-list actress soon after he and Kaley break up, which I’m going to make a wild guess and say that it’s going to be within the next few months – at the latest.
Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe Henry’s ‘always wanted to date’ Kaley and she found him hot, and their publicists were all like, ‘Hey, we can totally set you guys up’. Maybe US Weekly just got the jump on them, and they had no choice but to confirm with People. Maybe this is genuine. I doubt it, but we’ll have to wait and see.
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