It certainly seems as though Halle Berry is extremely loved-up with her beau, musician Van Hunt, this Valentine’s Day. Having already worn a T-shirt emblazoned with Hunt’s name, the Oscar-winning actress went one step further, by posing in her underwear next to her boyfriend for a cheeky Instagram video.
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“You keep everything simple @vanhunt,” Berry captioned the Instagram video clip of them together. While the Catwoman star wears only a pair of heart-print Me Undies in the video, her partner wears a simple pair of boxers. Berry also went topless for the video, and danced along to one of Hunt’s tracks.
It’s safe to say that these two are having a wonderful Valentine’s Day together.
Later in the day, Berry posted a Valentine’s Day photo dump, including some seriously cute selfies taken with Hunt. “To all the Valentines who may be struggling to get it right…I feel you, but never give up and NEVER SETTLE for less than what makes your heart sing! No matter what they say or what they call you,” she wrote. “No matter how many times you try, it’s always worth it. If you desire love, you will find your match, your equal ….your person…even if it takes you until you’re 54!”
Back in September 2020, news of Berry’s new relationship with Hunt broke, and a source told People that the pair had been dating for “several months.” People also noted that the musician had been introduced to Berry’s two children: 12-year-old daughter Nahla Ariela Aubry and 7-year-old son Maceo Robert Martinez. People‘s source revealed, “They are spending a lot of time at Halle’s Malibu house … She really seems to enjoy the quiet time. Van has met her kids, so it seems pretty serious.”
The same month, Berry cheekily confirmed the romance by posing in a Van Hunt T-shirt and captioning the Instagram snap, “Now ya know.” Fans were understandably delighted to find out about Berry’s new romance, and the couple’s Valentine’s Day video is a sign that their relationship is still going strong.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.