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Bradley and Irina 'talking babies'

Published 16/09/2015

Bradley Cooper
Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk are rumoured to be talking about children.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk are reportedly making plans for a future family.

The pair makes for one of showbiz's most gorgeous couples, and a recent PDA-packed holiday to Italy proved how in love they are.

Despite only dating since April, things appear to be moving fast for Bradley and Irina.

"Irina loves Manhattan, and Bradley is very happy to indulge her. [She already has an apartment there] but they're looking for a larger, family place. They want to put down roots in New York so they can easily fly to Europe or LA, and they like the idea of raising their child in the city," an insider told American OK! magazine.

"Irina and Bradley have talked about children from day one. She's been telling all of her friends that Bradley is the first man she's ever been able to see herself having kids with, and he wants to be a father more than anything right now."

Prior to their romance, both Bradley, 40, and Irina, 29, enjoyed high-profile relationships. Irina dated soccer ace Cristiano Ronaldo for five years, while Bradley and British model Suki Waterhouse were an item.

And it seems it's not just their future family that Bradley and Irina are focused on; Bradley recently introduced his other half to his mother Gloria.

"It's a huge deal. Bradley adores his mother and takes her opinion very seriously. Gloria has given Irina her stamp of approval," the source smiled.

The get-together reportedly took place over Labor Day weekend earlier this month.

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