Recent PDAs of Sean Penn and Charlize Theron Get Steamy
By Maychelle Ornos | February 12, 2014 10:38 AM EST
The odd couple that recently became public, 53-year-old Sean Penn and 38-year-old Charlize Theron, have shared some intimate moments while in public. Though it may seem like they are an unlikely pair, they seem to be good for each other and have been friends for a long time before pairing up. The two A-list celebrities both have their fair share of failed relationships and it might do them good to take things slow.
Penn was just healing from the split of the 20-year relationship with Robin Wright. Just then, he met the "Snow White and the Huntsman" star at Seth MacFarlane's holiday bash last December 2013. They hit off instantly and went on a holiday together in Hawaii. Obviously, they seem to be comfortable with each other but people are saying that they might be too comfortable with one another, even in public as they flaunt their love affair.
Make-out Session While Waiting for the Traffic Light to Change
As soon as the car halted to a stop, Penn and Charlize were found making out last February 7. They were spotted to be locking lips inside Charlize's car at the stoplight in Beverly Hills which only shows that the two are really into each other and can't seem to keep their hands off each other.
Penn Petting Charlize in a Petting Zoo
After the stoplight incident, the two were then spotted together with Charlize's son Jackson at the Underwood Family Farms in Moonpark last Sunday, February 9, wherein baby animals were allowed to be petted. However, spectators say that Penn had different idea when he grabbed Charlize's butt while other people were in the same area, according to TMZ.
He even kissed her neck in front of other visitors. It clearly shows that even the family-oriented zoo was not able to stop them from getting gooey and showing their affection.
They both seemed serious with each other. Some people are sceptical whether this union will last but the two don't seem to care and are just trying to enjoy each other's company while it lasts.
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