Holland Taylor 'dating' Sarah Paulson, 32 years her junior

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Two And A Half Men actress Holland Taylor recently opened up about being in a committed relationship with a women. While she chose not to reveal the identity of her partner, multiple sources have confirmed that the 72-year-old is dating American Horror Story star Sarah Paulson.

Holland and 40-year-old Sarah are believed to have been an item for a few months now, and already there is talk of marriage.

Holland Taylor and Sarah Paulson pictured together in October

"It is the most wonderful, extraordinary thing that could have ever happened in my life," Holland said during a recent interview with WNYC.org. The star declined not to reveal her partner's identity, but she did confirm she was a younger woman.

"Given my generation it would not be something that would automatically occur to me," Holland said of tying the knot. "But as a symbol, as a pledge, as a plighting one's troth, it would be a wonderful thing to do."

The actress went on to say she has never kept her sexual preference a secret, but noted: "I haven't come out because I am out, I live out."

Holland recently shared this photo of her rumoured girlfriend

In hindsight, Holland and Sarah have been photographed together on a number of occasion in the past year. They often send each other social media messages, and just a few weeks ago Holland shared a photo of Sarah in a full length gown, writing alongside: "When captions fail…"

Sarah was previously in a relationship with 24 actress Cherry Jones; they dated for five years before their split in 2009. Speaking to PrideSource last month, Sarah stressed she doesn't want to be attached to any label.

"All I can say is, I've done both and I don't let either experience define me," she said. "I don't let having been with a man make me think I am heterosexual, or make me want to call myself that, because I know I have been attracted to women – and have lived with women.

"So for me, I'm not looking to define myself, and I'm sorry if that is something that is seen as a rejection of or an unwillingness to embrace (my sexuality) in a public way, but it's simply not. It's simply what's true for me and that's all I can speak to."

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