Normal People’s Daisy Edgar-Jones ‘finds love with Anya Taylor-Joy’s photographer ex-boyfriend’: ‘They become inseparable’
The Normal People actress, 25, is said to be on ‘cloud nine’ after embarking on a relationship with photographer Ben Seed.
Ben, who goes by the artist name Pip, split up with The Queen’s Gambit star Anya, 27, in 2021, ahead of her beating Daisy to the best actress gong at the Golden Globes.
And now it’s been believed that he’s happy again with film star Daisy, with it reported that the couple have ‘become inseparable’.
The pair are said to have enjoyed a string of dates near where they live in East London and have been seeing each other for months.
A source told The Sun: ‘Daisy and Pip got together earlier this year and have become inseparable.
‘They have both had some free time this summer and love hanging out in Broadway Market in East London, just going to bars and spending time together.
‘There’s a real spark there and they are excited about finding each other. They’ve already met one another’s friends and she is on cloud nine.’
MailOnline have contacted representatives of Daisy for comment.
Daisy’s alleged new relationship comes after she split with ex Tom Varey in late 2020 after two years of dating.
While Daisy is said to be enjoying a romance with Ben, Anya is currently loved up with ‘husband’ Malcolm McRae.
Taylor-Joy and McRae were first spotted kissing in New York City in May 2021, just ahead of her hosting debut on Saturday Night Live.
Later that month, she spoke about having a partner in an interview with Elle, though she didn’t mention McRae by name.
They made their official red carpet debut at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party in March 2022, just months before reports surfaced they had secretly married.
Daisy scored her breakthrough role in 2022, when she played the main role of Marianne in Sally Rooney’s Normal People opposite Paul Mescal as Connell.
The romantic drama, which was released on BBC Three in 2020, focused on the on-off relationship between Irish teenagers Marianne and Connell, beginning in their school days through to their time at university.