Keanu Reeves and Alexandra Grant Make their Red Carpet Debut after Years!
- Keanu Reeves and his longtime partner Alexandra Grant made a red carpet appearance in nearly 3 years.
- The couple first made their relationship public in 2019.
- That year they made their first-ever red carpet appearance together as a couple.
Keanu Reeves and lover Alexandra Grant look happy on the red carpet
Nearly 3 years after making their first red carpet debut, Keanu Reeves and Alexandra Grant appeared at the 2022 MOCA Gala held at the Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
The couple looked happy as they walked hand in hand and smiled into each other’s eyes during the event.
The pair first made their red carpet debut at the LACMA Art + Film Gala presented by Gucci in L.A. where they publicly announced their relationship.
Reeves and Grant have known each other for a long time. They have been friends for years.
Moreover, the two have also collaborated on various projects such as 2011’s book Ode to Happiness and 2016’s Shadows which was written by Keanu, and the illustrations done by Alexandra.
Actress Jennifer Tilly, 63, who is Reeves’ close friend told in an interview that the pair started dating much earlier than anyone seemed to realize.
“I remember a couple of years ago, about a year and a half ago, [Grant] said, ‘Keanu Reeves is my boyfriend,’ and I’m like, ‘Wait. What?”
Alexandra Grant talks about getting public attention
Alexandra gave an interview to Vogue in MARCH 2020 where she publicly discussed her relationship with him for the first time.
There she explained how being his girlfriend got her the attention of many people and the media.
In the interview, she stated:
“I think every single person I knew called me in the first week of November, and that’s fascinating.”
“But the question I’ve been asking in all of this is: ‘What is the opportunity for good?’
When asked about her thoughts on marriage in the future, she explained:
“Over a glass of wine … I would love to tell you. Love at every level is deeply important to my identity. How’s that for dodging the question?”
”I do not believe that isolation is the way. There is a period of isolation that I do as a painter, but I deeply value the experience of being in relationships.”