Lena Dunham is reportedly in a relationship with musician Luis Felber.
The 35-year-old actress is said to be dating the Peruvian-English singer - who is known professionally as Attawalpa - after meeting him a few months ago in London.
As reported by Page Six, she sparked a blossoming romance with the 32-year-old musician, whom she has referred to as the "king of my heart".
Just this week Lena confirmed she is in a relationship and revealed her beau has been writing songs about their dog's "face".
She tweeted: "When I feel sick, my boyfriend makes delicious pasta & rewatches as much BoJack as I want, walks the dog & makes up songs about her face.
"In January, all I Tweeted about was how men are basically refried beans in human form. What I'm saying is, don't quit before the miracle, kids".
Although she hasn't directly referenced their relationship, she has been promoting his work on her Instagram account, including sharing the music video for his track 'Yellow Fingers'.
In the clip, there is an animated version of Luis dancing on a stripper pole wearing only green underwear.
Lena - who was born in the US and lives in the UK - recently revealed she has received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination, and heaped praise on NHS staff.
She quipped: "Got my first Covid vaccine- so grateful to the NHS workers. Happy to share that the only side effect seems to be terrible fear of all social events restarting (sic)"
Meanwhile, in April the 'Girls' actress celebrated three years of sobriety.
She wrote at the time: "So, I’m 3 years sober today. Those aren’t words I ever thought I’d say, because they aren’t words I thought I *needed* to say, but from the moment I began this trip (sobriety is a trippy trip, that’s for sure) I was focused on 3 years, as if it were this magic train that would somehow have carried me far enough from the me I was when I was using - a bad me, a sad me, a just plain not good enough me ...
"But guess what? We’re worth it even when we are too tired to try, or when we are one day or one hour away from our messiest. We are worth it even when we’re right in the middle of it all. (sic)"
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