HOLLYWOOD legend Brad Pitt has sparked talk of a budding romance with British actor Sienna Miller after the pair were reportedly seen together at Glastonbury music festival.
The pair were seen "holding hands" during a late night party session at the Rabbit Hole area around 3am on Saturday morning, The Sun reports.
A source told the paper they then retired to their VIP Winnebago "arm-in-arm".
"Brad and Sienna couldn't keep their hands off each other, touching and stroking each other at every opportunity. They seemed really intimate," the source said.
"They seemed keen to get away from prying eyes and made a dash for the Rabbit Hole, the festival's underground and exclusive venue, with a group of friends and were inseparable as they waited to go inside.
"The party was cut short and they had to leave after five minutes because the venue was closing. Bradley Cooper left and Brad and Sienna headed back arm-in-arm to their private Winnebego."
The pair were not pictured together but were pictured on social media at the event.
Brad, 53, has kept a low profile since announcing his split from Angelina Jolie last year. He has recently said he quit drinking to "become a better man" as the couple work through their divorce and custody of their six children.
Sienna, 35, parted ways with her former fiance Tom Sturridge called time on their four-year romance in September 2015. The pair are thought to have got close after she starred in movie The Lost City of Z from Brad's Plan B production company.
Pitt was one of a number of celebrities spotted at the famous festival that also included Bradley Cooper, David Beckham, Johnny Depp, Margot Robbie and Cara Delevigne.
Earlier in the night festival goer Chris Simmons posted a snap of himself with Pitt being photobombed by Bradley Cooper in the background.
Radiohead, The Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran headlined the festival that will take a break in 2018 before returning in 2019.
Sheeran thanked the crowd for having him while closing it on Sunday night, admitting he was nervous to play at the event which was a "dream of mine."
"I never thought I would even get to the point where I was playing this stage, let alone headlining it," he said.
- With Lucy Jones and Emma Brankin at Glastonbury
This story appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.