Billionaire Elon Musk has been papped with a mysterious new woman five months after splitting up from his baby mama, Grimes
SPACEX founder Elon Musk has been spotted with a mystery lady.
The Tesla entrepreneur, 50, split up from his girlfriend Grimes, 33, five months ago.
The pair welcomed a baby together in 2020, but now Elon looks like he’s set his sights on someone new.
In recently released pictures, Elon and his stunning companion can be seen disembarking the billionaire’s private jet.
The pair reportedly travelled on Elon’s Gulfstream G650ER private jet, worth £50million, before being chauffeured away in a Tesla.
The Mirror has contacted reps for Natasha and Elon.
Natasha made her acting debut in the 2009 TV movie Dungoona. She also played Britney Spears in the 2017 Lifetime biopic about the singer.
The business mogul and Canadian singer Grimes, welcomed a baby boy they named X Æ A-Xii in 2020.
However a year after the couple’s son was born, the two have broken up.
The tech billionaire says the two ‘still love each other’, but blamed geography and work for keeping them apart.
In September he said: “We are semi-separated but still love each other, see each other frequently and are on great terms,” Elon revealed to Page Six.
“It’s mostly that my work at SpaceX and Tesla requires me to be primarily in Texas or travelling overseas and her work is primarily in LA. She’s staying with me now and Baby X is in the adjacent room.”
They were last publicly seen together at the Met Gala. Grimes appeared on the red carpet alone, but Elon joined her inside.
When the Canadian songstress gave birth to the couple’s son, Elon took to Twitter to share the happy news.
He wrote: “Mom & baby all good,” and later when asked if he was the father of a “girl or boy”, replied: “boy”.
However, they later changed his name to X AE A-XII (with no special characters) to comply with the law.
According to TMZ, a supervisor at the Department of Public Health Vital Records Office said they would not be able to legally put the name on the birth certificate because Californian law doesn’t permit symbols or numbers.