Wedding bells could be ringing for super-secret lovebirds, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx who have long refused to comment publicly on their relationship.
But Radar Online reports that they are ready to wed in the most romantic city in the world.
The enigmatic pair are reportedly preparing to get married in Paris an insider told the outlet.
“Paris is the city where they decided to go public with their romance after years of sneaking around,” an insider said.
“Jamie’s been a handful ever since they started secretly dating in 2013 — but Katie’s convinced him to settle down, and they’re ready to make it official.”
Foxx and Holmes have been notoriously private about their relationship and it seems that may be by design.
“Katie has waited a long time to marry Jamie, and she’s now made it clear where she wants to get married and when,” the source told Radar Online. “She’s desperate for a winter wedding in the City of Light.”
It was rumored the two were engaged after Holmes was seen in photos earlier this year wearing a diamond ring.
But whatever has been going on between the two, they agreed that they would never discuss their relationship publicly as evidenced by Foxx’s response earlier this year when asked a question about Holmes during an ESPN interview.
The actor was preparing to play in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game when an interview with SportsCenter‘s Michael Smith took a turn.
Smith mentioned photos of Foxx and Katie Holmes playing basketball together on Valentine’s Day, saying, “I know you’ve prepared and I saw pictures. Did you and Katie Holmes play basketball for Valentine’s Day? Like some real Love & Basketball?”
Without missing a beat Foxx reached for his headphones and walked off the live ESPN broadcast – leaving viewers stunned.
As the saying goes, where there’s smoke, there’s fire.
Foxx gets personal
Back in June, in an interview with Hip Hop Hollywood, Foxx revealed he has had past drugs and alcohol addiction and bouts with depression that have hindered him and continue to have him shook. Just like Kanye West, Foxx said he has dealt with mental health issues which most likely started in his childhood and carried over into adulthood. Drugs and alcohol, he said, helped him to deal with stress.
“I was in a bad place because I felt like I might be literally losing my mind,” the Oscar winning actor said. “I’ve always had a childhood fear of losing my mind. I needed someone to help bring me out of it.”
He said he sought out a psychiatrist to help him mend his mental issues and it started with exploring his past indiscretions and delving into his early years to unearth the issues.