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Bradley Cooper's 'romance heats up'

Published 12/05/2015

Bradley Cooper
Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper apparently raved about new flame Irina Shayk to Sienna Miller and Madonna at the Met Gala.

The two stars were first romantically linked last month, with photographers recently catching the pair kissing outside a London hotel.

Bradley, 40, only recently parted ways with British style star Suki Waterhouse. But he seems to have overcome any possible heartbreak with Irina, who he was supposedly introduced to by Leonardo DiCaprio - a man with a history of dating models.

"Bradley was very taken with Irina when he first saw her at the Oscars in February. He and Suki were on the rocks and, once they'd split, Leonardo introduced him to Irina," a source told Grazia magazine.

"Bradley's smitten and he has been for a few weeks. He adores Irina and was raving about her to friends Sienna Miller and Madonna at the Met Gala. They were careful not to go on the red carpet together but, while they arrived and left separately, they were officially one another's date."

Model Irina, 29, who can often be seen strutting her stuff for Victoria's Secret, is no stranger to dating an A-lister. Her five year relationship with soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo came to an end over the festive season, with Irina confirming the news in January.

Bradley and 23-year-old Suki reportedly split in March, after two years together. It was reported the pair had rekindled their relationship at the Coachella music festival, but sources say he has now moved 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," the insider said.

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