Keanu Reeves’ family has got approved abruptly! A source exclusively told Life & Style that the Matrix 4 star’s mom, Patricia Taylor, “adores” his longtime girlfriend, Alexandra Grant.
She first met Alexandra over a year ago and warmed to her instantly. They share a ton in common, including their passion for the arts.
Soulmates For Lifetime
The insider remarked that the John Wick actor who’s in his 55th year is “extremely close” with his mother. “The three of them often meet up for lunch or dinner.” When Keanu and Alexandra, 47, aren’t spending time with Patricia, they have enjoyed romantic candlelight dinners, secret vacations and motorcycle rides, a separate source shared in November 2019, adding that “they’re practically inseparable.”
Completing The Other Half: Alexandra
Given Keanu’s tragic past involving the death of his former partner Jennifer Syme in 2001, his loved ones now seem relieved that he’s found love again.
The source explained, “Keanu was so traumatized by her death that there were times when he couldn’t get out of bed in the morning. He was in such a dark place for so long, but Alexandra’s positive outlook and support have played a huge part in helping him turn his life around. Some say she’s not only stolen his heart but she’s also saved him.”
With everyone’s full support in their commitment, it’s only a matter of time to watch things rolling onto the next level with Alexandra.
The insider added, “They’re in love … Keanu can see himself spending the rest of his life with her. She’s kind, warm and spiritual, just like Keanu, and a great communicator.”
The Incredible Role Model
In December 2019, the visual artist shared a bold message challenging conventional beauty standards.
She wrote, “I went gray prematurely in my early 20s … and dyed my hair every colour along the way until I couldn’t tolerate the toxicity of the dyes any more”, along with an article that suggests hair dye is linked to breast cancer. Alexandra continued, “I love and support that every womxn can choose how she wants to look at every age. But/and, if womxn are perishing from beauty standards … then let’s talk about those beauty standards. Love to all women!”
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