Rachel Bilson and Bill Hader 'split after seven months together'
Rachel Bilson and Bill Hader have reportedly split up after seven months together.
The cute couple went public back in January at the Golden Globes, but reports are claiming that The OC actress and the Barry star are no more.
According to People, Rachel, 38, and Bill, 42, have split ‘amicably’.
The pair first sparked romance rumours when Hader was seen bringing Bilson back to his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, over Christmas 2019, with the pair spotted grabbing coffee with members of Bill’s family.
And a month later, they made it official, as they held hands on the red carpet at the Golden Globes.
In February, it was claimed that it was getting serious between the two, with a source telling Peopl: ‘They spend a lot of time together and it seems like a serious relationship. They were in L.A. over the Valentine’s Day weekend. On Sunday, they enjoyed a getaway to the Montage Hotel in Laguna Beach.’
The source added that Rachel ‘won’t stop laughing when she’s with Bill. He is very sweet and considerate to her. Quick to open doors and acts very attentive’.
The pair met on the set of the 2013 romantic comedy The To Do List, which was directed by Hader’s then-wife Maggie Carey.
In 2017, Bill filed for divorce from Maggie after 11 years of marriage.
They have three children together – Hannah Kathryn, 10, Harper, seven, and Hayley Clementine, five.
Meanwhile, Rachel is mum to five-year-old daughter Briar Rose with ex Hayden Christiansen.
The Hart Of Dixie star was with the Star Wars actor on and off between 2008 and 2017, when they ended their romance for good.
Between 2003 and 2006, she also dated Adam Brody, who played her character Summer’s boyfriend Seth Cohen on classic teen drama The OC.
And the actress apologised for breaking up with Brody – who is now married to Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester – earlier this year after realising fans were still devastated about the split.
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for both Bilson and Hader for comment.
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