LAURENCE Fox has found love again with a photographer who he met just after his controversial Question Time appearance.
Billie Piper's ex husband accused academic Rachel Boyle of 'being racist' in January, after she branded him 'a white privileged male' on BBC's Question Time.
Amid the furore Laurence found love with fashion photographer Sara McKinnon, 39, who he was aqquainted with five months ago.
He is said to be in lockdown down with her at his London home, and friends have revealed he is "very happy" with Sara, the daughter of Emmy award-winning nature documentary producer Michael McKinnon.
A pal told MailOnline: "He has had a good feeling about her, it is delightful to see him happy after everything he has been through."
After Laurence's public battering, he went on to reveal that he would never date a woman under the age of 35 because they are "too woke."
Following the uproar of his on-air clash, the actor told host Julie Hartley-Brewer: "What they are accusing you of is what they are. They are everything they accuse you of. The wokist are fundamentally racist."
He added: "Identity politics is extremely racist."
Speaking with the Delingpod podcast, he said many younger women are "absolutely bonkers" and women under 35 are "primed to believe they are victims."
Fox then revealed he had broken up with an ex when she praised a Gillette advert which highlighted "toxic masculinity."
He said: "I don't know how we ended up together. It was a very short relationship.
"We were walking down the road together and she was talking about how good the Gillette advert was. I just looked at her and went, 'Bye. Sorry I can't do this with you.'"
Asked what his ex-girlfriend would think of him discussing their break-up in public, he said: "She will probably sit there and say, 'See I told you he was patriarchal. He's abusing me and I'm offended.'"
It is not clear which former lover Fox is referring to.
Laurence married pop star turned actress Billie Piper in December 2007.
The actor rose to fame after starring in Academy Award winning film Gosford Park, then further film roles saw him in Deathwatch, Ultimate Force, Colditz, Elizabeth: The Golden Age and Becoming Jane as one of Jane Austen's (Anne Hathaway) suitors.
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