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Bradley Cooper 'dumps girlfriend'

Bradley Cooper is rumored to have split from his girlfriend, British model Suki Waterhouse.

The hunky actor has been dating British model Suki Waterhouse for the last few months. They met at a party in the UK and things quickly got serious, with Bradley even said to have flown Suki to America to spend time with him.

It's now been claimed the 38-year-old actor has let the model, who is in her early 20s, know things aren't working out.

"Bradley isn’t returning any of her calls," an insider claimed to US magazine Star. "The last text she sent asked him straight out if things were over, and he hasn’t bothered to respond."

Suki has been working on her first major movie recently, called Love, Rosie. Although she should be thrilled to be making the jump to the big screen and friends are continually congratulating her, Suki is said to be struggling to cope with the changes in her life.

"She should be having the time of her life," the source explained. "But she’s miserable."

Last weekend, Bradley was spotted enjoying an apparent date with a woman only identified as Alex. He was in Washington to celebrate the National Conference on Mental Health and took the woman to dinner at the Tombs restaurant.

The pair spent the evening in a corner booth and had a great time, celebrating by leaving a mammoth tip for their server.

Bradley is famed for his love life, having dated stars including Renée Zellweger and Zoe Saldana recently. Although he doesn't speak out about the specifics of his personal life, he recently admitted he enjoys treating the women in his life.

“I consider myself to be a romantic,” he told British newspaper The Mirror.

"I love the company of a great woman. I think a relationship works best when both partners have a certain ease in the way they relate to each other and there’s a level of harmony that goes beyond just physical attraction.

“There’s nothing better when you’re able to share that kind of closeness.”

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