Jesse Metcalfe and Cara Santana Spotted Together 3 Months After Split
The Desperate Housewives actor and the actress-fashion blogger split in January after more than a decade together
The two were spotted running errands together in Los Angeles over the weekend, amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. While it’s unclear if the two are self-isolating together, Santana was seen wearing a pair of protective gloves during the outing.
Metcalfe dressed casually, in a short-sleeved green shirt and matching pants, while Santana wore a pair of leggings with an oversized sweatshirt. They were also photographed at a gas station earlier this month.
The Desperate Housewives actor and the actress-fashion blogger split in January after more than a decade together. The former couple got engaged in August 2016.
Days before calling it quits, Metcalfe, 41, was photographed getting cozy with a woman at a bar in Sherman Oaks, California.
In photos obtained by Daily Mail, Metcalfe was captured with his arms wrapped around a blonde woman and appeared to kiss her cheek. Earlier that same day, Metcalfe was photographed leaving a lunch hand-in-hand with Hungarian model Livia Pillmann, the outlet reported.
At the time, a source told PEOPLE that Santana was surprised by the split.
“She was wearing her ring yesterday,” the source close to Santana said. “She had no idea things weren’t fine until she saw the photos online today. I promise they never broke up until today.”
Metcalfe and Santana spent Christmas 2019 in Belgium and last appeared on a red carpet together at The Art Of Elysium Presents We Are Hear’s Heaven 2020 event on Jan. 4 in Los Angeles.
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