The pair – who were first rumored to have struck up a romantic relationship in late 2018 – have a lot in common, whether it’s their performances in Netflix’s The King and love of wearing designer clothes on the red carpet, or bilingual tongues.
Born in France, Chanel brand ambassador and muse Depp is the eldest child of US actor Johnny Depp and singer Vanessa Paradis and regularly speaks fluent French in interviews.
Meanwhile, 23-year-old Chalamet is US-born, with an American mother and French father, and isn’t afraid to show off French-speaking skills, as seen in his tear-inducing performance in the Oscar-winning film Call Me By Your Name.
The pair were notoriously coy about their romance. At this year’s Golden Globes, Timothée was quizzed on his relationship with Lily by Access host Lilliana Vazquez. While he refused to comment, he couldn’t hide his smile at the mention of his girlfriend. However, the duo hasn’t been seen together since and we’ve had a trawl of their respective social media accounts and couldn’t find any concrete evidence that they’re shacked up together during isolation.
Nominated for best supporting actor in Beautiful Boy, Chalamet is asked on the red carpet at the Golden Globes about his relationship status but dodges the questions. When he’s specifically asked whether he plans to meet up with Depp post-show he answered, “I’m here with my mom.”
The couple makes their red-carpet debut at the Venice Film Festival. First, they attend a photocall and later promote The King on the red carpet. Chalamet wore a satin Haider Ackermann suit, while Depp opted for a dusty-pink Chanel strapless number. While there was no evident PDA, the photos capture them smiling and gazing into each other’s eyes.
According to a report by Us Weekly on April 25, Timothée Chalamet and Lily-Rose Depp have broken up after over a year of dating (and kissing on boats). Chalamet was reportedly referred to as single in the May issue of British Vogue.