Florence Pugh might have a new man in her life.
The “Don’t Worry Darling” actress, 27, was seen walking hand in hand with Charlie Gooch on Valentine’s Day while rocking matching bands on their ring fingers.
Photos obtained by Page Six show the Oscar nominee, who split from her longtime boyfriend Zach Braff last year, smoking a cigarette and drinking a glass of wine with her rumored new beau.
Gooch, who was identified by celebrity gossip account DeuxMoi, was first photographed with Pugh in December when they partied the night away after the British Fashion Awards.
The pair were smiling on their latest outing in London Tuesday, as they cozied up outside a quaint garden pub.
Pugh cut a casual figure in a gray sweater, loose black trousers, a gray bomber jacket and black sneakers.
She accessorized with white-framed sunglasses and gold hoop earrings as she styled her highlighted tresses in loose waves.
Her male companion opted for a gray hoodie, black jeans, a bright blue bomber jacket, and white high-top boots.
Little is known about Gooch: one anonymous tipster told DeuxMoi he was an English “normie who she went to school with (in Oxford),” however that report has not been confirmed.
Reps for Pugh did not immediately return our request for comment.
The “Little Women” star most recently dated Braff, 47, whom she met when he cast her in a short film he was making for Adobe.
The former couple was first spotted hanging out together in New York City in April 2019, and they quarantined together through the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
However, the “Lady MacBeth” actress confirmed in August 2022 that she and Braff had quietly called it quits earlier that year.
“We’ve been trying to do this separation without the world knowing, because it’s been a relationship that everybody has an opinion on,” she told Harper’s Bazaar’s at the time.
“We just felt something like this would really do us the benefit of not having millions of people telling us how happy they are that we’re not together.”
Nevertheless, it seems the pair remained on good terms, as the “Scrubs” star raved about his ex’s acting chops when asked about her for a Vogue cover story.
“I quite simply think she’s one of the greatest actors of her generation,” Braff told the outlet.
“She’s just magnetic. You cannot take your eyes off of her. And it’s not just her beauty and it’s not just her acting ability, it’s that thing, that magic thing that transcends the screen, where anyone and everyone goes: I want to see whatever this person does.”