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Cooper, Shayk enjoy ‘friendly date’

Published 23/04/2015

Bradley Cooper
Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper and supermodel Irina Shayk were supposedly spotted out enjoying a Broadway play together in New York City.

The 40-year-old American Hustle actor split from his supermodel girlfriend Suki Waterhouse in March.

And it seems he has his sights set on another glamour girl, as it’s claimed he and Russian fashion icon Irina, 29, were spotted out together in the audience at Broadway play Finding Neverland on Wednesday night.

A source tells Page Six Bradley and Irina have been “hanging out” together all week, but their affair “is a friendly relationship — for the time being”. Apparently they have both known each other for a long time via mutual friends.

Both superstars have recently broken up with their longtime partners, as Irina split with Portuguese soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo after five years of dating and Bradley called it quits with Suki after spending two years together.

It’s been claimed Irina decided to end her long romance with athlete Cristiano because she started to believe rumours he cheated on her throughout their relationship.

Speculation began to circulate a few months ago that Irina stopped seeing him because of problems with his family, but the supermodel made it clear this gossip was just hearsay.

“She has been close with his family throughout the course of their relationship. Any negative rumours with regards to Irina and the Ronaldo family are completely false and have not been a factor in the cause of the split,” a statement from her spokesperson read.

Meanwhile Bradley is said to have put an end to his relationship with Suki because of her lack of support for his career.

"[He split from her because] she wasn’t supportive of his acting career [and] spent Valentine’s Day away [from him]," an insider told the New York Post previously.

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