Tyler Cameron is “newly dating” fellow model and influencer Paige Lorenze, according to a report.
The former “Bachelorette” contestant, 29, and Lorenze, 24, are “spending time together whenever they can,” an anonymous source told Page Six of the new romance.
“It’s not a full-blown, serious relationship because they’re often in different cities, but they’re having fun with it,” the insider added.
A second tipster confirmed their relationship, telling the outlet that the two are “seeing each other and not just hooking up.”
During the Fourth of July weekend, Cameron and Lorenze were seen together at the Surf Lodge in Montauk, New York, Page Six previously reported. The two were also spotted making out in Florida in late June, according to the outlet.
Cameron’s manager and Lorenze’s rep did not immediately respond to requests for comment about their relationship status.
Lorenze’s romance with the reality star came months after her split from Morgan Wallen.
News broke back in February that she and the singer had been dating for nearly a year. They “agreed to keep their relationship out of the spotlight, but it’s no secret among family and friends,” an unnamed source told Page Six.
Lorenze attended Wallen’s sister Ashlyne’s “Denim and Diamonds”-themed birthday party at Cross-Eyed Critters karaoke bar in Nashville, Tennessee, in January. According to the insider, the model and Wallen’s sibling were really close and were “two peas in a pod.”
However, just weeks after their romance made headlines, it was reported that Lorenze and Wallen called it quits. An unnamed insider told Page Six at the time that the influencer suspected that Wallen was cheating on her with multiple people.
“After they went public, Paige started getting all these messages on Instagram from girls saying, ‘I was with him. We slept together.’ … It got to a point where it was just too much,'” the source claimed.
Meanwhile, Cameron was most recently linked to model Camila Kendra, whom he dated for eight months before they ended their relationship last year.
Cameron rose to fame in early 2019 as one of the contestants competing for Hannah Brown‘s love on “The Bachelorette” Season 15, in which he finished in second place.