Justin Hartley and Sofia Pernas fuel romance rumors amid ‘Selling Sunset’ backlash

Justin Hartley and Sofia Pernas appeared to subtly confirm their relationship following the Season 3 premiere of “Selling Sunset,” which captured the actor’s split from his ex-wife, Chrishell Stause.

On Sunday, the pair shared photos with similar captions on each of their Instagram Stories.

Hartley, 43, captioned a picture of himself holding a dog while in a pool, “Paisley like Sunday mornin’.”

Meanwhile, Pernas, 31, wrote over a picture of a man holding a drink and a cigar, “Easy like Sunday mornin’.” The man’s face was not visible.

The timing of the posts was peculiar since Hartley had just been bashed online after Stause, 39, revealed on “Selling Sunset” that he told her via text that they were getting a divorce.

“Forty-five minutes later, the world knew,” the celebrity real estate agent said with tears in her eyes on the Netflix show.

Stause admitted that while the couple had their issues, she hadn’t had any closure as to why the “This Is Us” star called it quits so suddenly.

“Because of the crazy way in which this went down, people want answers, and I f–king want answers,” she said.

Six months after he filed for divorce, Hartley was spotted kissing Pernas as she dropped him off at the Southern California Orthopedic Institute. The pair appeared on “The Young and the Restless” together from 2015 to 2016.

Stause also appeared on the soap opera in 2016. She and Hartley were already dating at that time. They tied the knot in October 2017.

Reps for Hartley and Pernas did not immediately return our request for comment.

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