Jake Gyllenhaal Girlfriend Alyssa Miller Opens Up About Getting Serious
Jake Gyllenhaal and his model girlfriend Alyssa Miller have been spending a considerable amount of time together and bonding in the kitchen, despite their busy schedules.
Miller opened up about her four-month relationship while at the Angel Ball at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan on Tuesday. When asked how things were going with Gyllenhaal, Miller gushed about their young romance. “Things are good,” she told Us Weekly. "I have people over all the time and we cook. I love having people over socially and cooking dinner parties."
According to Miller, it’s Gyllenahaal, not her, who is most comfortable in the kitchen. “He’s the teacher,” Miller admitted.
While Gyllenhaal has been keeping a noticeably thinner figure to play a D.C.-area journalist in Nightcrawler, Miller has taken to cooking extra healthy. "I've been cooking really clean and healthy," she told Us. "I've been making a lot of quinoa dishes."
"My rule is 80/20," she added. "80 percent is good and in control and super strict and then the other 20 percent you're social and you splurge."
Gyllenhaal met Miller in June at their gym, and the pair has been dating since. In the past, Gyllenhaal has had serious relationships with Kirsten Dunst and Reese Witherspoon.
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