Strut your stuff, girl! Katie Holmes has been killing the fashion game lately. The actress dazzled in a red dress while she walked around New York City on Friday, September 6. Clearly, Katie has been keeping busy since she recently split from her ex-boyfriend Jamie Foxx. Scroll through the gallery below to see the gorgeous snaps.
Katie, 40, went for a solo outing in the Big Apple and wore sunglasses with her hair back in a bun. The Dawson’s Creek alum dressed up her red outfit with beige sandals and a black bag.
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The brunette beauty appeared to be a little down in the dumps — perhaps it was because she is still thinking about her recent breakup. However, earlier in the week, Katie made her first public outing as a single lady at the Zimmermann Dinner and Store party during New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, September 4. Throughout the night, Katie appeared to be in good spirits while she rocked a chic black dress.
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Not Meant to Be
The Ohio native was the one to pull the plug on their relationship, a source told Us Weekly. So, why didn’t the two Hollywood A-listers work out? For one, Katie didn’t like being apart from her former man. “Katie and Jamie’s relationship has been long-distance. He’s been living in L.A. full time, and she’s been in New York,” a source exclusively told In Touch. “It’s been way on and off for years, and Katie’s always had a hard time with it.”
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Before the pair decided to split up, Jamie, 51, was spotted hanging out with two different women in Los Angeles. On August 15, the Oscar winner was spotted with a blonde lady at Delilah and Highlight Room. Two days later, he held hands with singer Sela Vave — who he is currently mentoring — outside Bootsy Bellows nightclub in West Hollywood. Ultimately, Katie wasn’t happy with Jamie’s lifestyle and they argued “nonstop over his partying,” the source noted.
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Clearing the Air
However, the Ray actor cleared the air about the rumors on August 21. “People are saying I’m dating this girl. Let me just say this, that’s absolutely not true,” he said. “I know the nature of the business that we’re in, so I don’t trip on headlines, but when it comes to that part and the girl and her and what I’m trying to do for her as an artist. I feel that I have to be an elder, her ‘uncle’ as she calls me and step in and say, ‘Hey guys, don’t let it be the double standard … I got a 25-year-old daughter, and I don’t date in my daughter’s range … ever!’”