Under the radar dating
Trattoria Carina — an easygoing Italian concept now filling the corner of 22nd and Spruce Streets in the spot that was until recently the more upmarket Fitler Dining Room — had no PR machine stoking the attention. 1, it had no public website, no Facebook page, no Instagram account, and no large sign — just a sandwich board on the sidewalk advertising a neighborhood Italian restaurant.
“No phone, either,” Hackett told me last night when I stopped in after noticing the craft paper off the windows and the interior glowing again like an operating restaurant.
It's safe to say that a sizable population of the public never even realized that things were over for good with Drake—because if we know Drake's approach to his love life, he likes to drag things out as long as possible.
But that just proves how different things were this time around.
"He is an incredibly nice person," she said to reporters.
"He really treats everyone the same, which is really cool to see." It might be hard for Serena's fans to come to grips with a side of her that is markedly more guarded with personal news, but it's a sign that things really feel right this time around.
Serena and Alexis took things at their own pace and did things The big news kicked off what is now going to be a banner year for Williams.
They were photographed together everywhere they went, from his restaurant opening in Toronto to dates out on the town to front row at her New York Fashion Week show.
"It sounds cheesy, but it was love at first sight." It seems that after dating several very famous men, the tennis star has found her groove with someone of the more intellectual type. News that the soon-to-be parents laugh non-stop and are on the same page in life.
And now that a baby is in the picture, things have really come full circle.
The tennis star ended up losing that tournament in straight sets (that's tennis speak for a very bad match), and fans immediately accused Drake of distracting her.
The rumors and accusations went flying—as did the hashtags—in half-joking, half-serious manners, but it was all absurd nonetheless. As anyone who's had a Hollywood breakup will tell you, being constantly followed and critiqued in a relationship does not a sustainable coupling make.