Jamie Foxx was photographed looking happy and healthy while enjoying a vacation with his girlfriend, Alyce Huckstepp, in Mexico.
The “Django Unchained” star was spotted holding hands with the blond beauty while on a date at Nobu Hotel Los Cabos in Cabos San Lucas Sunday, according to photos obtained by TMZ Wednesday.
An eyewitness even gushed that the duo looked “very happy” as they “laughed and flirted with plenty of affection.”
The outlet also reported that a few staff members led the lovebirds to their table in an outdoor patio while they enjoyed an early dinner together.
In one of the photos, Foxx, 55, tightly held onto his girlfriend’s hand while he smiled and looked over the outdoor dining area. He looked casual in a short-sleeve black T-shirt, black pants, a tan fedora and glasses.
Huckstepp also appeared to be in great spirits, smiling and wearing a low-cut black silk dress and black sunglasses. She pulled her hair back into a ponytail, while holding her bag in one hand and her beau’s hand in the other.
The “Collateral” star has yet to publicly confirm his romance with Huckstepp, but he was previously spotted kissing with her in public while on a shopping outing in Los Angeles earlier this month.
In the sweet photos, the couple shared a smooch before Foxx helped Huckstepp into a car and she thanked him with a gentle face caress.
The couple first sparked romance rumors in May 2022 when they were photographed kissing on a yacht in Cannes, France.
The pair seem to be fans of Cabo since they also vacationed there for Labor Day weekend. They were again spotted holding hands at the time.
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Foxx and Huckstepp’s vacations come after he was hospitalized for a mysterious “medical complication” that his daughter revealed via a since-deleted Instagram post in April.
The Academy Award winner was in the hospital for three months before he was photographed smiling and waving in Chicago in July.
Foxx has not divulged any causes or diagnoses, but he spoke about his health for the first time later that month.
“I went through something I thought I would never, ever go through,” he said in an emotional Instagram video and clarified that he was not “blind” nor “paralyzed,” but he was definitely “sick.”
The “Ray” star added that he “went to hell and back,” but he is now on “the road to recovery.”