Demi Moore is reportedly dating again and it maybe with someone younger than her 34-year-old estranged husband Ashton Kutcher.
The New York Post reports that Moore, 50, has been "quietly spending time" with 26-year-old art dealer Vito Schnabel. The two reportedly first got close during Naomi Campbell's 50th birthday party in Jodhpur, India, in early November. Moore and Schnabel have been spending time together ever since.
Schnabel can be seen in the photo above on the right at the Whitney Museum of American Art's gala on Monday, Oct. 20, 2008 in New York.
Schnabel is the son of 60-year-old artist and director Julian Schnabel, who has directed films like "Basquiat," "Before Night Falls" and "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly." Vito Schnabel has also been linked to Elle Macpherson and Liv Tyler.
It has been over a year since Moore announced that she was planning to end her marriage to Ashton Kutcher but neither Moore nor Kutcher has filed for divorce. The two had wed in a Kabbalah ceremony at their home in Beverly Hills in September 2005.
The two split following reports of alleged infidelity by Kutcher, which he never confirmed.
Following the split, Kutcher, 34, moved out of their Beverly Hills home. Moore suffered a health scare in January and was hospitalized briefly. She then reportedly underwent treatment at a rehab center in Utah and took a Caribbean vacation.
Several months ago, Kutcher began spending time with his former "That '70s Show" co-star, Mila Kunis, 29. Paparazzi have photographed the two kissing, hugging and holding hands, as recently as this week, according to Yahoo! OMG.
The actress returned from a Twitter hiatus earlier this month, promoting her charity work with her and Kutcher's Demi and Ashton (DNA) Foundation, which works to stop sexual exploitation and abuse of children, and is also promoting her More fragrance and jewelry collection, a collaboration with Oriflame.
In June, Moore had filmed scenes for the movie "Very Good Girls," which stars Dakota Fanning, Elizabeth Olsen, Peter Sarsgaard, Clark Gregg, Ellen Barkin, Richard Dreyfuss and "Mad Men" actress Kiernan Shipka. The film is set for release in 2013.