I don't think she looks like Madaline. Eva Mendes or Gina Gershon with bad hair maybe, but not Madalina.
He certainly has a type! Gerard Butler goes for a stroll in Bondi with mystery brunette beauty who looks remarkably like his ex-girlfriend Madalina Ghenea
By Sally Lee
He's already swooned Sydney's female population since he landed in March.
But one lucky lady was able to score some one-on-one time with Gerard Butler on Sunday.
The handsome actor was once again spotted hanging out at Bondi and visibly enjoying the company of a mysterious female companion, who looks remarkably like his ex-girlfriend, Romanian model Madalina Ghenea.
Every woman's dream: Gerard Butler was spotted taking a relaxing stroll along Bondi with a mystery brunette beauty on Sunday
The popular tourist destination has clearly become a regular stomping ground for the newly adopted Scottish hunk, who appeared quite settled in and relaxed during his coastal walk.
The 44-year-old kept it casual with aviator style shades, grey top with jeans while his mystery lady friend opted for a sporty look.
She wore her long curly locks out with a navy cap, pink hoodie, a blue vest and leggings.
The pair were playful whilst on their walk, sharing a laugh while Butler also reached out to grab her arm.
Having a laugh: The 44-year-old clearly enjoyed the company of his lady friend whilst enjoying the coastal views
He was also spotted with a group of friends at Bondi's local hangouts Cafe Bondi and Le Paris-Go on the same day.
The bachelor, who split from model Madalina last year, is reportedly staying nearby at Tamarama, which was formerly owned by designer Wayne Cooper according to news.com.au.
Gerard landed in Sydney before the filming for the big budget fantasy flick Gods of Egypt so he could immerse himself in the dialect of his role as well as get physically and mentally ready for the part.
He stars alongside Aussie newcomer Brenton Thwaites, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Geoffrey Rush in the film, which is slated for release in February 2016.
The Hollywood star has taken on the role of Set, a god of desert storms and foreigners in ancient Egypt, in the film which is being directed by I, Robot's Alex Proyas.
Gerard, cast to play Bodhi in the remake of surfing classic Point Break, has been rumoured to be filming scenes for that movie whilst in Australia.
Taking a break: The Scottish stud is in Sydney to film fantasy flick Gods of Egypt
Chilling out: The Hollywood star went to two local hot spots, Cafe Bondi and Le Paris-Go, on Sunday