Harry Styles and Emily Ratajkowski spotted sloppily making out in Tokyo
They’ve been doing all this late-night
Harry Styles and Emily Ratajkowski were spotted sloppily making out on the streets of Tokyo earlier this week.
The Grammy winner and the model swapped spit like no one was watching in a PDA-filled video published by the Daily Mail Saturday.
Ratajkowski caressed Styles’ cheek as they French-kissed against a silver van during a night out in Japan, where he recently played back-to-back concerts at the Ariake Arena as part of his Love on Tour.
The British newspaper also obtained a short clip of the duo dancing together.
Styles, 29, wore a black coat and pants and had his hair tied up in a half-ponytail, while Ratajkowski, 31, bundled up in a pink puffer jacket over a crop top and a long black skirt.
The “As It Was” singer previously dated his “Don’t Worry Darling” director and co-star, Olivia Wilde.
Page Six confirmed in November 2022 that Styles and Wilde, 39, had broken up after nearly two years together.
A source told us at the time that the exes were “still very close friends” but had “different priorities,” including the “House” alum being “focused on her kids.”
Wilde shares son Otis, 8, and daughter Daisy, 6, with her ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis.
She and the “Ted Lasso” star, 47, have been locked in a bitter custody battle since their 2020 split, with the “Booksmart” director most recently accusing Sudeikis of trying to “litigate her into debt.”
Ratajkowski, for her part, is in the midst of a divorce from Sebastian Bear-McClard, with whom she shares a 2-year-old son, Sebastian.
Since filing to end her four-year marriage last September, the “My Body” author has had flings with comedians Pete Davidson and Eric André in addition to being linked to artist Jack Greer and DJ Orazio Rispo.
Ratajkowski recently spoke out about the struggles of dating around in the public eye, saying on her “High Low” podcast, “Anytime I go on another date, everybody knows.”
Styles is also known to stay tight-lipped about his dating life. He told Rolling Stone last August, “I don’t think I’ve publicly [dated] anyone.”
He continued, “If someone takes a picture of you with someone, it doesn’t mean you’re choosing to have a public relationship or something.”
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