It’s official: Sarah Paulson has confirmed and even elaborated on her romance with veteran actress Holland Taylor.

The “American Crime Story” star, who plays prosecutor Marcia Clark in “The People vs. O.J. Simpson,” opened up about her relationship with Taylor in an interview with the New York Times while discussing her fluid sexuality and previous older partners.

“What I can say absolutely is that I am in love, and that person happens to be Holland Taylor.”

Rumors of the surprise pairing bubbled up late last year when the 73-year-old Taylor, of “The Practice” and “Two and a Half Men” fame, confirmed that she was dating a younger woman, though she declined to name her girlfriend at the time.

Gossips weighed in soon after, and the pair eventually stepped out together at the Critics’ Choice Awards in January after being spotted around New York together for months at several plays.

The women have been together for a little more than a year, and Paulson said that she thought Taylor was “Probably the most exquisitely beautiful woman I’d ever seen” when she first met her at a dinner party about 10 years ago.

“T’s a poignancy to being with someone older,” Paulson explained.

In Taylor’s November interview with WNYC’s “Death, Sex and Money” podcast, she described her current romance as the first truly life-altering relationship she’s had. “I am understood by the person who loves me before I am understood by myself,” Taylor said.

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