Rosario Dawson confirmed that she and Sen.
Not only that - these two are in love!
After answering a few questions about the frequency with which she comes to Washington D.C., the actress confirmed the relationship with minimal prodding while being questioned on-camera as she walked through Reagan National Airport. "How's it going?" the paparazzo then wondered.More news: Slack mobile app gets its own 'dark mode' in latest update
From there, the subject moved to her rumored relationship with Booker, and when asked if there was any truth to it, she replied, "Yes, very much so", before adding, "So far so wonderful, he's a wonderful human being. It's great to spend time together when we can", she said.
It's a lot more than he has said about it publicly.
Asked if an engagement was in the offing, Dawson said, "I have no idea".More news: Murdoch's News Corp wants Google split up in Australia
So what super cool and cute Wonder Woman-style nickname will Dawson get if he's elected president? Booker, of course, is grounded in the District and New Jersey.
Neither Booker nor his representatives were immediately available for comment.
For his part, Booker has been mum on his personal life with Dawson, referencing it only obliquely during a visit to Power 105.1 FM morning show "The Breakfast Club," Booker acknowledged he had "a boo", but wouldn't say who.More news: No Manchester City For Juventus Please - Former Italian Premier League Star
This isn't Dawson's first time making political waves. In 2014, the actress adopted a 12-year-old girl. He became the second African-American to enter the 2020 presidential race, after fellow Democratic Senator Kamala Harris of California. After being spotted at a movie theater and then at a Broadway show, people started planning the rest of the duo's life (basically a lot of First Lady Rosario Dawson fan fiction).