Sorry Henry Cavill fans, The Witcher actor is officially off the market

Just days after being spotted walking together, the actor posted a photo with his new girlfriend on Instagram

 Henry Cavill attends the World Premiere of Netflix's "The Witcher" at Vue West End on December 16, 2019 in London, England.
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Sorry Henry Cavill fans, but the actor is officially off the market. The couple was reportedly spotted walking together in London, sparking rumors of romance, but it wasn't until Henry posted a photo of the two of them on his official Instagram account that it was confirmed.

The photo features the two of them playing chess together, with Henry looking lovingly across the table at his girlfriend, Natalie Viscuso.

"This is me looking quietly confident shortly before my beautiful and brilliant love Natalie, destroys me at chess," Henry captioned the post.

She also posted the same photo joking about the two's chess skills.

"Just teaching my dear Henry how to play some chess...or...maybe he let me win?" she wrote.

So, who is his mystery lady? According to her LinkedIn profile, Natalie is a Legendary Entertainment executive. She also hints at this on her Instagram account when she posted a trailer promoting the upcoming movie Dune, which Legendary Entertainment is producing. If you were a fan of the hit MTV series My Super Sweet 16, you might also recognize Natalie from an episode she was featured on in season one.

Legendary Entertainment has also produced some of Henry's past movies, which is probably how the two first met. Some of the movies include the 2013 superhero movie Man of Steel, where he played the otherworldly Superman, and the 2020 mystery film Enola Holmes where Henry starred opposite Millie Bobby Brown as Sherlock Holmes.

The actor opened up about his love life in a 2017 interview with The Rake, discussing what it's like to date in the public eye.

"There is obviously a flip-side to [fame], too: as soon as I get into a relationship, a slew of hate, directed at me as well as the girl, saying that I've changed," he said.

Henry continued explaining that he hasn't "changed a bit," but that "You have to take all of that in your stride, there are positive and negative parts to all of it, but ultimately it is enormously flattering to have people care that much. As long as it doesn't hurt anyone in my life, it is a good thing. As soon as it starts to affect people in my life, that's when I drawback."

Rylee Johnston

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