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Is Chloe Moretz dating Playboy model Kate Harrison after Brooklyn Beckham split?

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 6 days ago Safeeyah Kazi
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Chloe Moretz has sparked rumours she is dating Playboy model Kate Harrison after they were reportedly spotted kissing months after she split from Brooklyn Beckham.

Moretz is believed to have locked lips with the 27-year-old after the pair were photographed leaving the Malibu branch of Soho House, following a dinner date at Nobu.

Images appeared to show the pair walking arm-in-arm after leaving the club together.

A source told the Mail: “Once tucked away behind a picket fence, the pair engaged in a make out session that lasted for thirty minutes.”

Actress Moretz was wearing a black woollen coat for the occasion with black trousers and a matching top underneath.

Harrison kept her look casual in blue wash denim jeans and a red leather coat.

Standard Online has contacted representatives of Moretz for comment.

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Split: The couple called time on their relationship earlier this year (Slaven Vlasic/Getty)

Beckham and Moretz dated on and off for four years before calling time on their relationship earlier this year.

Beckham was previously speculated to be dating model Lexi Wood after the pair were criticised for kissing and cuddling up to one another at a tattoo parlour in Hollywood weeks after his split from Moretz.

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Wood was branded a “relationship wrecker” by Moretz’s fans who accused her of ending their romance.

She was targeted with vile messages on Instagram, calling her a “b****” and declaring she will never be as good for Beckham as Moretz. Others accused her of using the budding photographer to find fame.

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