Keanu Reeves does not often make secular appearances. He has chosen to live simply, away from the chaos of the media, even though he was one of the biggest names in Hollywood.
And when he has to make a secular appearance, he does it in his own way. Even his partner is unconventional, wonderful and they fit in incredibly.
The reason for the artist Alexandra Grant, with whom we saw him for the first time in 2019. Some people were very surprised to see him with this partner, because he refuses to compromise with the obsolete beauty rules.
Their most recent appearance was a few days ago at the MOCA Gala, held at the Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles.
The 57-year-old and his 49-year-old companion walked the red carpet together holding the hand of the other. They were smiling and exchanging loving glances.
Grant wore a maxi red dress, which she combined with flat silver shiny shoes and a gold bag. She is not interested in the rules of fashion, she wears what she likes and she is wonderful.
This can be seen from her choice to leave her hair in its natural shade and stay away from elaborate hairstyles. Completely natural and her makeup with only shine her lipstick.
Reeves and Grant have been friends for years and even collaborated on the books Ode To Happiness (2011) and Shadows (2016), for which he wrote the text and she illustrated.
For some time they kept their relationship a secret until they made their debut in 2019. Then bad language said that & # 8220; he & # 8217; s dating his grandmother & # 8221; However, neither of them paid attention.
Recently, rumors have been circulating that they had divorced, something that is obviously not true since the two of them are together and in fact very compatible and in love.
Alexandra Annette Grant is an American visual artist who examines language and writing through painting, drawing, sculpture, video and other media.
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