Monday, July 6, 2015

Renee Zellweger spends St. Patrick's Day in Jenkintown

Renee Zellweger spent about an hour inside Starbucks (746 Old York) in Jenkintown Wednesday morning. Arriving around 9:30 the actress sat down with a drink and talked for a while on her cell phone.

Renee Zellweger spends St. Patrick's Day in Jenkintown

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Renee Zellweger spent about an hour inside Starbucks (746 Old York) in Jenkintown Wednesday morning. Arriving around 9:30 the actress sat down with a drink and talked for a while on her cell phone. Her fellow patrons at the coffee shop seemed to recognize the starlet but respectfully refrained from approaching her. The "Chicago" and "Bridget Jones' Diary" star is dating "Hangover" star Bradley Cooper, whose parents live nearby. Cooper, a Germantown Academy graduate and former Daily News intern, who'll soon be seen in "The A-Team," is also in the area seemingly related to the thriller "Dark Fields," co-starring Robert DeNiro, that starts shooting next month here and in New York. We reported in January that the couple had been working out in Jenkintown while visiting his parents Gloria and Charlie, but Zellweger and Gloria have also been reported spending time alone together.

This post has been updated.

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