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Now friends say the actor – who has dated a string of beautiful women including heiress Reena Hammer – has settled down with society queen Victoria, toast of the Notting Hill set, and an engagement announcement could be on cards.
‘She’s been a very calming influence on him and they’ve been getting serious,’ says a friend of the couple, who share a £3 million London flat. Something about the descriptors “society queen” and “model” – if that’s her scene, then it could be a total disaster, you know?
But now it looks as if the Irish star, who played Henry VIII in the raunchy BBC series The Tudors, has finally buried his demons after moving in with stunning model Victoria Keon-Cohen.
Meyers, 35, has had a torrid time dealing with a long-standing alcohol problem, for which he sought treatment in South Africa last summer.
Jonathan was first spotted with Victoria, 26, in Canada while shooting his movie The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones, in October.
[From The Mail] If JRM is in a stable, healthy relationship with a bright, capable woman and their relationship is based on mutual respect and clean living, then I say more power to them.
In those previous photos, I noted that Jonathan looked especially friendly with his costar Natalia Vodianova, and while I didn’t think anything was going on between them (Natalia has a thing for billionaires and ONLY billionaires), I did wonder if JRM was done with his girlfriend of many years, Reena Hammer.
He sang briefly in the TV miniseries version of The Magnificent Ambersons, performed in studio scenes of the miniseries Elvis and played the flute in Gormenghast.
In the 2007 music drama August Rush, he performed on-screen as singer-songwriter Louis Connelly and is credited for four songs on the soundtrack – "Break", "Moondance", "Something Inside" and "This Time".
The following year he starred in Woody Allen's drama Match Point (2005), for which he received a Chopard Trophy at the Cannes Film Festival. Subsequent projects include August Rush (2007) and The Children of Huang Shi (2008), Shelter and From Paris with Love (2010) In 2011, he starred as Solal in Belle du Seigneur, an English language film adaptation of Albert Cohen's novel Belle du Seigneur.
The film was released in Russia on 29 November 2012 and in France on 19 June 2013 after premiering at the Champs Elysees Film Festival.