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Bradley Cooper: I’m not back with Suki

Published 29/06/2015

Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper
Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper has spoken about the nature of his relationship with ex Suki Waterhouse after the pair were spotted dancing together at Glastonbury.

The 40-year-old The Hangover star dated the 23-year-old British supermodel for two years before the pair decided to call it quits in March 2015.

But speculation is rife they may have reignited their romance after the pair were seen dancing together at Glastonbury Festival last Friday.

However, Bradley claims he doesn’t consider Suki his girlfriend.

“I wouldn’t say we’re back together,” he told the Mail on Sunday.

Bradley has been quite the ladies’ man of late, as he was most recently romantically linked to Russian model Irina Shayk. They started dating at the end of April and were seen enjoying a host of romantic nights out. But in recent weeks, Bradley and Irina seemed to have cooled off from their brief love affair, much to the surprise of some of their friends.

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

This is the second time since their breakup Bradley and former flame Suki have been seen dancing with each other at a music festival. It was reported the pair had rekindled their relationship at Coachella in April.

"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 previously.

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