Makeup-Free Dianna Agron Spotted in NYC — With New Australian Boyfriend! (PHOTO)
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Makeup-Free Dianna Agron Spotted in NYC — With New Australian Boyfriend! (PHOTO)

UPDATE: Us Magazine has identified Dianna Agron's new mystery man as Australian fashion designer and restaurant owner Nick Mathers.

"It's pretty new, but it's serious," a source tells the mag. "Nick is amazing, from Australia. [He's an] incredible designer [and has] great restaurants like Ruby's Burgers in Australia and NYC, Goldie's and Eveleigh here [in NYC]. He's a really super sweet, lovely guy."

Last we heard, Dianna Agron (Quinn) was dating a cute British actor named Christian Cooke. The two were first spotted together back in November 2012, and we saw photo of them together in Venice as recently as late April. However, it appears that Dianna and Christian may have parted ways in the few months since then, because the former Glee star was just spotted out in NYC holding hands with a new man!

On August 29, photographers spotted Di walking the streets of New York. The onetime Glee actress who is no longer a series regular on the show and will not be appearing in the upcoming Season 5, Episode 3 tribute to Cory Monteith (Finn) — looked cute as ever in a pretty black and white dress and delicate necklace, with her blonde locks pulled back in a ponytail.

Oh, and did we mention that she wasn’t wearing a speck of makeup? Even without any extra help, Di still manages to look totally flawless. How is that even fair?!But back to the boy. So far, no one has been able to identify Dianna’s new beau. Given the way their fingers are interlaced, it seems pretty clear that these two are more than just friends. What do you think of Di’s new man?

Beth Douglass is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. She's our resident Glee expert and loves celebrity kids. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

08.30.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
Related: Glee, Character Relationships, Dianna Agron, News

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