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Bradley Cooper 'smitten with model'

Published 19/03/2013

Bradley Cooper
Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper has been spotted taking a stroll with his supposed new girlfriend.

The actor and UK beauty Suki Waterhouse were first linked at the Elle Style Awards in London last month, where they spent the evening laughing together.

Soon after, it was reported he had invited the blonde to the US for a second date and yesterday the pair were snapped together in Boston.

"It's new but they're hanging out," a source confirmed to Us Weekly.

"He's really into her."

The 38 year old Oscar nominated star broke up with actress girlfriend Zoe Saldana only a few months ago.

Despite the recent heartbreak, Bradley seemed happy and relaxed as he strolled around the US city.

The actor and Suki, 20, donned matching sunglasses and wrapped up warm to ward off the chilly winter weather.

Both wore black coats and hats, with the model sporting chunky boots and tights and Bradley opting for light cargo pants.

According to sources, the stars got on famously from the moment they met in England.

However, it could take a while before things get serious due to Bradley's busy schedule.

“Bradley has been texting Suki every day since they met,” an insider told RadarOnline previously.

“Suki had so much fun with Bradley when he was in the UK and wants to hang out with him again in the States. They’ve pencilled in a date for when she can come over and they can spend some time together. Bradley wanted to arrange something before he starts promoting The Hangover Part III, which will take up a lot of his time. Until then, they will just have to bide their time."

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