Tim Tebow Introduces Camilla Belle to Parents, Report Says

Published December 06, 2012

| Fox News Latino

Tim Tebow has found his match it seems and he is not wasting anytime in introducing his Hollywood babe to the parents.

In Touch magazine is reporting that the Jets quarterback took Brazilian actress Camilla Belle to meet his family.

The entertainment publication adds that Tebow’s folks gave him their approval.

“His mom, Pam, likes that Camilla comes from a strict Catholic family, and loves that she does so much work with a children’s charity,” says a source close with Tebow’s parents.

“Pam thinks Camilla could be the girl Tim has been waiting for!”

Back in October, the NFL player stepped out in public with his new girlfriend. The
two were spotted in Jacksonville, Fla. in a group outing with friends.

Witnesses said the duo was cozy and affectionate, holding hands and caressing each other throughout the night.

Tebow is known for his strong Christian beliefs.

Having trademarked his signature move, a kneeling prayer known as "tebowing," the footballer has also been open about his desire to stay pure before marriage.

Belle was most recently linked to Joe Jonas, who too spoke openly about his faith while wearing a purity ring.

While Belle is less outspoken about her faith, the Latina was raised in a strict Catholic household.

Aside from Belle, Tebow has been linked to a bevy of A-list celebrities including Taylor Swift and Olympian Lindsey Vonn.

Tebow and his new squeeze are reportedly supposedly saving each other for marriage.

“Tim is looking for a woman so he can have a proper engagement and church wedding, and he's told friends that Camilla fits the bill," a source told the National Enquirer.

"Tim calls her 'the woman of his dreams,” the source continued. "He's anxious to make Camilla part of his close-knit family."

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