Though decades apart in age, she and L.A. artist Alexandra Grant could nearly be sisters - with the same silver hair, almond eyes and calm smiles - which was enough to trick some folks who glanced at buzzed-about red carpet photos of Reeves and his lady friend at a weekend event. I mean, usually people cry tears of sadness when they get to know that their favourite celebrity is in a relationship. Similarly, why didn't the BBC do an original story on this larva thing, rather than STEALING from Big Island Now as a news source?
When Keanu Reeves, 55. determined to make his romance with longtime enterprise affiliate Alexandra Grant official, he did it in a giant approach. Yesterday he 'revealed' her to the world. And now, in an interview with ET, Mirren spoke on the same and said that she is flattered by the comparisons made between her and Alexandra Grant.
That's Helen on the left. People have been talking about it all over social media, but especially on Twitter where they've been expressing confusion about the similarities between Grant and another special Hollywood lady.More news: Rochester's Matthew Hurt Scores 11 Points in Duke Debut
The pictures of the duo are doing rounds on the internet, however, few netizens are comparing her with Helen Mirren.
It's true, Helen Mirren is 74, making her 28 years older than Alexandra.
"I observed that", Mirren knowledgeable ET - referring to the social media uproar - while on her particular person pink carpet on the premiere of her new film, "The Superior Liar", in NY on Wednesday.
"I do know Keanu very well", she continued.More news: Lima Astronomical Society holding Mercury Transit viewing
While Mirren may not be in a romantic relationship with Reeves (she's been married to director Taylor Hackford for 22 years), she has nothing but respect for him saying he's a "lovely person". "I do know Keanu very nicely. He did a film with my husband and he is just the most adorable, lovely person", Mirren said.
"She's a lucky girl", she told ET, "and I'm sure that he's a lucky boy".
So there you go, all's well that ends well.More news: New Strain of HIV Discovered