Sean Hannity is denying that he's been quietly dating a network co-worker, but multiple sources close to him and his reported lady love are claiming otherwise.
The Fox News personality has been recently linked to "Fox & Friends" anchor Ainsley Earhardt after they were both spotted together on New York's Long Island during the pandemic.
While Sean, 58, declined to address the rumors, saying he doesn't speak about his personal life in public, one insider told Page Six that nothing is happening romantically between the Fox stars.
"The rumors started because Sean lives on Long Island, and Ainsley rented a house in the Hamptons during the pandemic. Sean has a studio at his home, and Ainsley has been using his studio as her remote broadcast location for 'Fox & Friends,'" the source said.
However, three other sources claim Sean and Ainsley are indeed an item.
"They've been together for two years, their relationship started well after their marriages ended. They are a great couple," one source told Page Six. A separate source said, "They are 100 percent dating." A third source said, "Sean and Ainsley have been together for a while, they are quarantining together in Oyster Bay. They have been seen together many times in the area."
Earlier this month, it was revealed that the "Hannity" host had been secretly divorced for more than a year. The report added that Sean and Jill Rhodes, his wife of more than 20 years, had actually been separated for several years before they legally ended their marriage.
In 2018, Ainsley, 43, announced that she and her second husband, former college quarterback Will Proctor, were getting divorced.
On Thursday, she addressed the new dating rumors via a Fox spokesperson.
"Right now I am focused on raising my daughter and I am not dating anyone," she said. "As anyone at Fox News will tell you, Sean is a wonderful person and whomever he chooses to date will be extremely fortunate."
Sean's split from his ex-wife, with whom he shares two children, was reportedly very amicable.
"Sean and Jill remain on very good terms and still have family dinners, and attend tennis tournaments for their children," a source told Page Six in early June. "Sean is still close with members of Jill's family."
The source added that neither party was unfaithful.
"Sean is basically a workaholic," the source said.