Report: Aniston dating Lohan's ex

Report: Aniston dating Lohan's ex

Jennifer Aniston is reportedly dating Lindsay Lohan’s ex-boyfriend.

The 41-year-old actress was spotted enjoying a romantic date with a mystery man earlier this week and it has now been revealed he is Hard Rock Cafe heir Harry Morton, who briefly romanced the ‘Machete’ star in 2006.

Jennifer and 29-year-old Harry – who is also the founder of Pink Taco restaurant chains – spent two-and-a-half hours having an intimate dinner at the exclusive Sunset Tower Hotel in Hollywood on Wednesday.

An onlooker said: "Jennifer was at a cosy corner table with a good looking younger man. She was twirling her hair a lot and flirting shamelessly.

"Jennifer looked really good. She had on white jeans and a sexy black tank top. When her mystery date left for the restroom, she took the opportunity to primp by reapplying her lipstick."

After the date, Jennifer – who was recently linked to ex-boyfriend John Mayer – slipped out the back door to avoid the waiting paparazzi.

Although Harry – who has also previously romanced ‘Heroes’ actress Hayden Panettiere - seemed quite smitten with Jennifer, he may be wary of dating another high-profile star as he has previously spoken of his dislike of having lots of publicity.

He said: "It is the worst thing of all time... I'll be happy if it never happens again. There are people out there who just love it. Not me."

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