Elizabeth Hurley Reunites With Ex-Boyfriend Hugh Grant, Calls Him 'Grumpelstiltskin'

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Elizabeth Hurley and former boyfriend Hugh Grant were spotted having a chat while walking on the street near their homes.

Hurley was seen wearing a grey sweater and jeans and a pair of fur-lined boots while chatting with 55-year-old Grant who wore white shorts and sneakers.

At first, they looked like they were having casual banter but the mood changed when a passerby walked past them.

While on their way, the pair met a gorgeous shorts-clad woman who caught Grant’s attention while the actress just smiled at the lady. The actor’s gaze followed the leggy woman and Hurley watched as her ex-boyfriend stared at the gorgeous passerby. Hurley seemed to scorn Grant and said something funny as she stepped up on the pavement. They exchanged a few more words before they parted.

The famous ex-couple dated for 13 years back in the 90s. The two have remained good friends even after they ended their relationship in 2000. That explains why she can poke fun at Grant who was obviously checking out the passerby. In an appearance on Watch What Happens Live earlier this year, Hurley revealed the side of Grant people did not know: "I love him, but he's very annoying." Proving that she is a true friend of Grant’s, Hurley said that at the time they were dating, her friends found Grant grumpy. "My friends used to call him Grumpelstiltskin. He is grumpy," the actress opened up. Still, despite all the things that happened between them, the actress considers Grant her best friend. She even made him godfather to his 13-year-old son, Damian.

Rarely do people see couples who become super friendly when they ended their relationships. Hurley and Grant’s friendly relationship is one good example.

Val Powell
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