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Cowell’s girlfriend ‘wants quality time’

Published 19/01/2014

Simon Cowell
Simon Cowell

Simon Cowell's pregnant girlfriend Lauren Silverman reportedly wishes they had more time together alone.

The music mogul and his other half Lauren Silverman are currently expecting their first child together.

Over the New Year period the couple enjoyed a stay in a luxury hotel in the Caribbean, where they were spotted getting cozy on the beach.

However they weren't alone on their vacation as Simon's ex-girlfriends Sinitta and Terri Seymour jetted out to join them, but Lauren allegedly hoped for some alone time with her beau.

"Lauren was happy for the girls to join them, but she's been saying she wanted to make sure she and Simon had quality time together," a source told British magazine Closer.

Simon and Sinitta dated in the 1980s and after finding out about the pregnancy with Lauren the 50-year-old beauty revealed she felt "betrayed". She also claimed she aborted his baby while they were together.

It appears Sinitta's reason for joining the new couple on their holiday was to wish Lauren well.

"Sinitta and Simon had already made peace, but she wanted to ensure things were fine with Lauren, too, so she apologised as soon as she got to Barbados. She said she's truly happy for the couple and doesn't want to come between them," the insider added.

The trio are believed to have reconciled their differences before they spent time together abroad and were happy to see in 2014 together.

"It has been a tough year for Simon and Sinitta," an insider previously revealed.

"Simon and Lauren were both upset when she spoke about aborting his baby and it did rock the boat. But the trio have sorted out their differences and are looking forward to spending New Year together."

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