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Connie Britton and screenwriter beau David E. Windsor match hats at LAX

White Lotus star Connie Britton and screenwriter beau David E. Windsor wear matching baseball caps at LAX amid low key romance

White Lotus star Connie Britton was spotted emerging from LAX this week with her screenwriter boyfriend David E. Windsor.

The 55-year-old actress bared a touch of cleavage in a plunging black top and unleashed her animal instinct in a leopard print skirt.

She and her dashing boyfriend were a cute couple in coordinated hats, popping matching baseball caps for their latest sighting.

On the move: Nashville star Connie Britton was spotted emerging from LAX this week with her screenwriter boyfriend David E. Windsor

The dynamic duo cut a casual figures as they hauled their luggage through the airport and then out onto the sidewalk.

David and Connie were first spotted together last September, emerging from the fashionable West Hollywood restaurant Sushy Park.

At the time David, who has worked on such shows as This Is Us, was recently separated from his wife with whom he shares his children Archie and Tilly.

Meanwhile Connie was married to her college sweetheart, investment banker John Britton, from 1991 to 1995 and never had children with him.

Airport look: The 55-year-old actress bared a touch of cleavage in a plunging black top and unleashed her animal instinct in a leopard print skirt

Airport look: The 55-year-old actress bared a touch of cleavage in a plunging black top and unleashed her animal instinct in a leopard print skirt

So sweet: She and her dashing boyfriend were a cute couple in coordinated hats, popping matching baseball caps for their latest sighting

So sweet: She and her dashing boyfriend were a cute couple in coordinated hats, popping matching baseball caps for their latest sighting

However in 2011 she decided to become a mother by herself and adopted a son from Ethiopia called Eyob, who goes by the nickname Yoby.

‘I had no idea what I was even getting into,’ she confessed to Andy Cohen while appearing on Watch What Happens Live last year. ‘So it wasn’t so much: “I can do this,” as much as I knew I wanted to be a mom.’

Connie added: ‘And, in truth, both of my parents had passed away within three years, and suddenly I was like: “Oh, no. My family is no more.”‘

Dashing: David, a writer and producer who has worked on such shows as The Real O'Neals, is pictured at an event for the show at the TCA Winter Press Tour 2016

Dashing: David, a writer and producer who has worked on such shows as The Real O’Neals, is pictured at an event for the show at the TCA Winter Press Tour 2016

She clarified: ‘I mean, I have a twin sister, but that was a big loss, losing my parents. And I wasn’t in a relationship that felt like it was going to be a marriage relationship.’

On the professional front Connie has just been in a duo of buzzy projects, the feminist film Promising Young Woman and the HBO show The White Lotus.

Her upcoming releases include the Netflix movie Luckiest Girl Alive, which stars Mila Kunis and is based on a thriller novel by Jessica Knoll.

Limelight: Last year Connie was prominently featured on the buzzy HBO show The White Lotus, which she is pictured on with Steve Zahn

Limelight: Last year Connie was prominently featured on the buzzy HBO show The White Lotus, which she is pictured on with Steve Zahn

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