Anne Heche didn’t only get a tan in the Hamptons; she also found love, according to sources. An insider exclusively tells Us that Heche is dating skincare specialist Peter Thomas Roth. The source continues, “Peter and Anne met through common acquaintances in the Hamptons and have been dating for about eight weeks.” They recently returned to the city to continue their relationship. “They spent a week in the Hamptons together and are currently in New York City for Fashion Week.” Heche, 52, and the billionaire, 64, first appeared together at a Galerie magazine event to celebrate the opening of the Galerie House of Art and Design.
In early August, the Dancing With the Stars graduate and Roth attended a star-studded event in Sag Harbor, New York, but they made no mention of their relationship. The couple, on the other hand, fueled romance suspicions after being seen together many times throughout the month. At the New York Fashion Week parties, the couple seemed more at ease exhibiting their emotions. Heche and her new partner painted the town red on Thursday, September 9, as they cuddled up to one other in front of the cameras and on the dance floor. Roth was previously married to Noreen Donovan, with whom he shares two kids, and owns Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Skin Care and Peter Thomas Roth Fine Jewelry.
When Roth filed for divorce in 2016, they had been married for over 20 years. He was linked to actress Brooke Mueller after their split. In the meanwhile, in 2002, Heche married cameraman, Coleman Laffoon. Her ex-husband, from whom she divorced in 2009, and she had a 19-year-old son named Homer. In March 2009, Heche and her Men in Trees co-star James Tupper had their first child, Atlas.
After a decade together, the parents, who never married, divorced in 2018. Heche notably dated Ellen DeGeneres from 1997 to 2000, before her wedding. Because openly gay couples were uncommon in Hollywood at the time, their appearance left an impression one that Heche is still proud of. In September 2020, the My Friend Dahmer actress told Mr. Warburton magazine, “Our time was a lovely portion of my life and one that I wear with honor.” “I was a member of a social-change revolution, and I couldn’t have done it without falling in love with her.”