Valentine’s has come a little early this year as love is already in the air in the industry for Olivia Rodrigo and Louis Partridge, who are reportedly dating.
Page Six reported through a statement by a source to the US Sun on Tuesday, “Olivia flew to London [last week] with her best pal, singer Conan Gray, but it was Louis who she came to see, adding, “They met through mutual pals earlier in the year and have been messaging quite a bit.”
The Sun quoted insiders who took account of the couple and said that they were recently seen together at a club in London, being affectionate with each other, cementing the rumors of their budding relationship. Olivia flew to London with her close friend, singer Conan Gray, but it appears that Louis was the primary reason for her visit, as the two have been inseparable during her stay.
According to the same news outlet reported via Page Six, sources report that Rodrigo and Partridge, both at the age of 20, have been ‘inseparable’ ever since the past few days that they have spent time together. They added, “They have been for dinners and nights out. They hit a club together on Friday night and were acting very couple-y. It’s really sweet to see her happy.”
In a recent Vogue interview, Rodrigo did not comment on her rumored relationship with the 20-year-old star but did express her wish to meet her potential future husband and her excitement about becoming a mother someday.
When Rodgrigo released her single album ‘Vampire’ in July, fans, as well as Bia’s ex-girlfriend Madison Beer, speculated that the track was about him. However, Bia insisted in an interview with GQ last month that there wasn’t any “drama” in his brief relationship with Rodrigo via Page Six. “We hung out, we’re both busy, and we ended up not furthering our relationship.”
Following Rodrigo’s release of “Drivers License” in January 2021, rumors began swirling about a love triangle involving her “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” co-stars Joshua Bassett and Sabrina Carpenter.
Rodrigo’s recent musical rise to fame has been undisputed since her second studio album, Guts, was released on September 8 and its lead single, “Vampire,” already topped the US Billboard Hot 100 chart ahead of the album’s official launch.