Henry Cavill Talks More About His 19-year-Old Girlfriend

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Yeah, a little more information, please…

We just learned that 32-year-old Henry Cavill took his university freshman girlfriend Tara King to meet his parents. And yes, Tara is 19 years old. According to the Daily Mail, they’re still together- traveling, canoodling and generally going strong. Henry had a new interview in Elle Magazine (the issue with Brie Larson as cover girl) and when the mag asked about his experience dating a 19-year-old, which he seems pretty okay with.  Some highlights from the interview:

Whether he feels objectified: “I don’t consider it being objectified. If people like to see me with my shirt off, it’s enormously flattering. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to take my shirt off all the time.”

Whether he can tell the difference between girls who want him or the ones who want Superman: “One, you never know. Two, if you’re just looking for a shag, does it really matter? And three, are they really different things? I think I have some similar traits or ideology to the character.”

What he talks about with his 19-year-old girlfriend: “Everything. People say, “Age is just a number.” A lot of times it’s not just a number. It’s actually a real and true sign of someone’s maturity. But in this case, she’s fantastic.”

The reaction to their age difference: “It’s a natural reaction. But when I was 19, I was going out with a 32-year-old.”

What he learned from dating an older woman: “Things that I can’t mention in an article.”

(Elle Magazine via Henry Cavill News)

Ummm…okay. This doesn’t really say much about the actual state of your relationship, Henry. In fact, you kinda make a case for her being IMMATURE. We’ll see how long this thing lasts…

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