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Hugh Sheridan has confirmed his new romance in one short but oh-so-sweet statement

Our hearts are now full!

By Maddison Hockey
Fans of Packed To The Rafters star, Hugh Sheridan have long been obsessed with his love life.
So, when the handsome star was spotted with a new beau just weeks ago, it's safe to say they were delighted by the prospect of a new romance.
Hugh has been notoriously private when it comes to who he's dating in the past and has remained quiet in recent weeks regarding his new man, who was identified as TikTok star Kurt Ackermann, known online as Kurt Roberts.
Until now.
The 35-year-old confirmed his new relationship to Adelaide Now, however, didn't explicitly name Kurt.
"He's very kind and it's just nice," he told the publication.
The couple have shared many happy snaps together. (Instagram)
The gorgeous duo were first spotted getting cosy at Bondi Beach and have since appeared in a number of Instagram photos and even videos together.
One gut-wrenchingly adorable video shows the couple embracing before Kurt kisses Hugh on the cheek.
Kurt works as a financial assistant and has modelled for the likes of DNA magazine. (Instagram)
In October last year Hugh penned a refreshing and raw letter addressing his sexuality.
The 35-year-old revealed that he has dated both men and women in the past in an essay for Stellar, confessing that he isn't straight, but doesn't place a label on his sexuality.
In the candid essay, Sheridan wrote: "I believe labels are for clothes, not for people," he said.
"I've never felt I really knew who I was and I didn't like the sounds of the labels that people were giving me so I decided to say nothing."
"Lockdown gave me time to reflect and it occurred to me that no-one ever sticks up for people who don't pick a label."
Hugh's emotional letter went viral. (Instagram)
He explained that as he gets to know someone romantically, he's "not interested in their age, gender, sexuality, or religion."
"I'm interested in connecting on a human level. Sexuality has always been very secondary to me. In a way, I now feel very blessed."