Sean Penn, 62, and his girlfriend Olga Korotyayeva, 43, kiss during a romantic getaway to St. Tropez
Sean Penn had no qualms about sharing affection with his new girlfriend.
The 62-year-old Black Files star was seen passionately kissing his new girlfriend, Olga Korotyayeva, 43, while on vacation in St. Tropez.
The couple were returning from breakfast in the beautiful French Riviera town on Sunday when they stopped to embrace and enjoy a long, lingering kiss.
They walked away with Olga’s arm wrapped around Sean’s back as he let his hand rest on her bottom.
The Blast star looked chic in a curve-hugging purple and white sleeveless dress with a tank top on the back.
Romantic vacation: Sean Penn, 62, and his girlfriend Olga Korotyayeva, 43, have enjoyed a romantic vacation in St. Tropez, on the French Riviera.
The Ukrainian beauty’s shoulder-length brown locks were styled straight.
The Banking District actress appeared to be wearing minimal makeup under her dark sunglasses.
She carried a yellow, white and peach cashmere bag and kept it cozy with flip flops.
Sean looked casual as he shared a look at his toned tummy in a skinny navy T-shirt and jeans.
The Oscar winner’s salt-and-pepper beard showed a few days’ growth and his silver hair was cropped short.
The couple was first seen together when they went to dinner in Malibu over Memorial Day weekend.
They then appeared together in Rome a week later.
It is not known when the passionate couple began dating, but their new relationship comes a year after Sean divorced his ex-wife Leila George, 31 years old.
Kiss: The couple were returning from breakfast in the beautiful French Riviera town on Sunday when they stopped to hug and enjoy a long, lingering kiss
Public display: The passionate couple walked away with Olga’s arm wrapped around Sean’s back, while he let his hand rest on her behind.
Sean has several projects lined up.
He is set to produce and star in the upcoming series C*A*U*G* H*T.
The plot centers on four Australian soldiers who are captured by freedom fighters after being sent on a mission in a war-torn country.
The captives produce a hostage video that goes viral and realize that being captured may be the best thing that ever happened to them.
The political activist who has been working on a documentary about Ukraine before and after the Russian invasion will play a fictionalized version of himself in the military satire.
The show sold broadcast rights in Australia and the UK, but it’s unclear when it will be available in the US.