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Bradley Cooper 'getting serious with Irina'

Published 27/08/2015

Bradley Cooper
Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper has reportedly told Irina Shayk he loves her.

The loved-up pair have been packing on the PDA while holidaying in Italy. Photos of the couple smooching have become common place, and Bradley, 40, has apparently already said the L word to his 29-year-old model flame.

"Things are moving really quickly for them. Bradley told Irina he loves her and asked her to move in with him, and she didn't hesitate to say yes," a source told the American edition of OK! magazine.

The two were first linked not long after Bradley broke up with model Suki Waterhouse in March. A month later in April, things started hotting up for the new couple.

In June Bradley and Suki were spotted dancing together at Glastonbury Festival, but Bradley was quick to deny the two-year relationship was back on.

"Suki was disappointed by how quickly their reunion fizzled out but it was inevitable because the same problems were still there. She was, however, a little surprised at how quickly Bradley has moved on with Irina," an insider told Grazia magazine.

Bradley and Irina are thought to be a perfect match. The stunning Russian previously dated footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, and their five-year romance means Irina is more than used to the glare of the media's spotlight.

"Irina is smart and mature. They have a great connection recently. Bradley needs a girl who can keep up with him," a source previously told Us Weekly.

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