Huma Abedin is have been married to a promising politician — but she’s now dating a more dashing chap who played one on TV.
Former top adviser Hillary Clinton was seen Thursday night at a cozy dinner with Tony Goldwyn at Sona, a favorite hotspot for celebrities. Played the fictional President Fitzgerald Grant III In the hit show “Scandal”
Spies say Abedin and Goldwyn had a heated conversation and stayed there until the store closed. They then went their separate ways and Goldwyn went home with the leftovers.
But the political insider and longtime married TV star Reportedly just a close friend.
In 2017, they were seen hanging out with Abedin’s son at Disneyland. We worked very closely together when we did the exercise…Tony is married and loves his wife. [Jane Musky]”
Goldwyn was visibly wearing her wedding ring at dinner.
Before dinner, the couple also stopped by the famous Rare Book Room on the Strand. Goldwyn’s filmmaker/writer sister.
Even at a sold-out event for Liz Goldwyn’s third book, “Sex, Health and Consciousness: How to Reclaim the Potential for Pleasure” It was Chloe Sevigny.
Founder Liz sex education, talked about a publication with comedian Ramy Youssef — and a source described the conversation as “equal to the insightful comedy part… It’s about their personal porn habits, the future of technology, and how they feel about themselves.” It extended to topics such as how we interact with sex in our creative practices,” he explained. ”
The official added: Everyone was very passionate about the subject matter. Many people had questions. Liz and Ramy had a very loose and fun exchange. They used to make fun of their brother Tony for not keeping up with current slang. he laughed about it. Huma bought the book…well over 100 people there.
Abedin, 46, first filed for divorce from the disgraced Paul Anthony Weiner in 2017, telling the Post this year. It’s “almost certain”.
Goldwyn, 62, has been married to Muskie since 1987.
Abedin too Previously linked to Bradley CooperSona is also backed by Chopra’s longtime friend Maneesh Goyal and hospitality guru David Rabin.