Georgina Chapman is moving on after her divorce from disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. The fashion designer made her red carpet debut with actor Adrien Brody at the Tribeca Film Festival, as reported by Vanity Fair.
Brody and Chapman have reportedly been dating for two years and before that they were friends for years. It was confirmed that they were dating in February 2020 by People. A source told the outlet that Brody and Chapman share “many of the same interests.”
The insider later revealed, “[Chapman] finds [Brody] to be an interesting person with a deep passion for his work that is similar to hers” and that the relationship has helped her move on from her divorce from Weinstein and the circumstances surrounding the split.
According to W Magazine, Brody made multiple appearances at the Tribeca Film Festival, but Chapman first joined him on the red carpet for the premiere of his new film “Clean.”
Adrien is Georgina's first relationship since her divorce
Per Vanity Fair, Georgina Chapman’s relationship with Adrian Brody is her first since she split from Harvey Weinstein. The divorce was finalized in January 2018, just three months after dozens of women accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Chapman has primary custody of their two daughters, India and Dashiell, and received a settlement of somewhere between $15 million and $20 million.
“My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions. I have chosen to leave my husband,” Chapman said in a statement provided to People in October 2017. “Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time.”
Chapman’s first public appearance after the divorce was at the 2019 Met Gala, which she attended with Constance Wu, per Page Six. Weinstein has been convicted of rape and criminal sexual assault in New York and is still facing sexual assault charges involving five women in California – a trial date is pending.
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