Jason Momoa Goes Instagram Official With Girlfriend Adria Arjona

The 'Aquaman' actor finalized his divorce from his ex-wife, Lisa Bonet, in January.

Jason Momoa has a new love!

On Monday, the Aquaman star went Instagram official with actress Adria Arjona. Momoa shared the news as he reflected on his recent trip to Japan and called the actress "Mi amor." 

"Japan, you are a dream come true you blew my mind. we're so thankful for everyone who opened their homes, making memories with new friends and old friends, sharing another amazing adventure with mi amor," he wrote. "ON THE ROAM motorcycles and mayhem. All my aloha j."

Momoa's post led with a photo of him and his friends posing in front of water with their backs to the camera. Arjona appears in the next slide when she sits in the star's lap at a table while they smile for the camera. The pair also appears together as they sit along each other during a boat ride. Momoa shows off his love in a solo shot as she stands under a Harley-Davidson sign. 

The actor rounds out his post with a photo of him and his friends on motorcycles. 

Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet ended their marriage in 2022. - Fiona Goodall/Getty Images for Universal Pictures

Arjona didn't share any photos from the trip on her respective Instagram account. 

Momoa, 44, and Arjona, 32, have not spoken publicly about their relationship or have given a timeline. 

While the timeline of their relationship isn't known, Arjona and Momoa starred alongside each other as husband and wife in 2021's Sweet Girl.

Adria Arjona and Jason Momoa starred alongside each other in Sweet Girl. - Chris Saucedo/Variety via Getty Images

In January, the Fast X star and Lisa Bonet officially ended their marriage, two years after they officially announced their split. The pair -- who were first linked in 2005 -- share children Lola, 16, and Nakoa Wolf, 15.

Following his split, Momoa was "casually dating" actress Eiza Gonzalez, a source told ET at the time. 

For her part, Arjona married businessman and lawyer Edgardo Canales in 2019, before eventually calling it quits.