"They've known each other for years." PHOTOS: How celebrity couples first met The new relationship comes just one month after it was revealed that Young, 68, filed for divorce from his wife of 36 years, Pegi Young, on July 29.
The exes were frequent collaborators and Pegi inspired many of Young's songs, including "Such a Woman," "Once an Angel," and "Unknown Legend." PHOTOS: 5 types of Hollywood couples Actress and activist Hannah, 53, isn't new to Rock N Roll lovers.
Rocker Neil Young is apparently dating Daryl Hannah after splitting with wife of 36 years, Pegi Young, in July.
The pair were spotted walking arm-in-arm this week and reportedly shared a kiss on their way to a restaurant in Westlake, Calif.
The 68-year-old musician filed for divorce from Pegi on July 29 and the proceedings are still ungoing.
The couple has two adult children together, and Neil also has a son from a previous relationship.
Married since 1977, the pair were frequent collaborators and Pegi served as the inspiration for many of Neil's most beloved songs, including "Such a Woman," "Once an Angel" and "Unknown Legend," which chronicles their initial meeting at a diner near his California ranch.
Recently, Pegi began touring on her own, occasionally recruiting her husband to play guitar, and has released three solo albums since 2007.
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