Melinda Gates is back in the dating game after her divorce from Bill Gates. The philanthropist is reportedly dating former Fox News correspondent Jon Du Pre.

She was even photographed with him at a Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics game back in April.

Melinda and Du Pre have been seeing each other for months, according to TMZ. The outlet also reported they were previously spotted staying at Pelican Hill, a luxury hotel in Newport Beach, California, with some family members.

Neither of the pair has responded to the romance rumor. Interestingly, Melinda's youngest child is following Du Pre on Instagram.

Melinda, in an interview following her divorce announcement, had said she's open to dating again.

"I hope that happens for me again," she said on "CBS Mornings" in March. "I'm dipping my toe in the water a little bit."

This is the first time Melinda has been caught up in dating rumors since her divorce from Bill last year. The former couple, who were married for 27 years, finalized their divorce in August last year, just three months after they confirmed their split to the media. They share three children — Jennifer, Rory and Phoebe. The duo jointly founded the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 20 years ago.

Melinda had admitted it was Bill's association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Einstein that prompted her to cut ties with him.

"I do not like that he had meetings with Jeffrey Epstein, no. I made that clear to him," she said in the CBS interview. "He was abhorrent. He was evil personified. My heart breaks for these women."

Melinda also said she and Bill would remain committed to their work with their foundation despite their split.

"I think we have a productive working relationship, and I think that will continue," she said. "Certainly, I wish him well—I don't wish him harm," she added.

Du Pre has three children — Kasey, Johnny and Jessie — with his ex-wife. He was a correspondent for Fox News from the '90s to the early 2000s and was also an anchor on ABC News. He is the author of the book "The Prodigal Father: A True Story of Tragedy, Survival and Reconciliation in an American Family," which was published in 2000.

Bill & Melinda Gates’s namesake foundation pledged $2.1 billion to advance global gender equality just weeks after they announced their divorce. Creative Commons