Belfast Telegraph

Harris ‘jets off with model’

Calvin Harris was reportedly seen kissing model Aarika Wolf aboard a private jet at the weekend.

The Scottish DJ was dating Rita Ora until earlier this year.

Recent reports suggested he has moved on and into the arms of a new beauty after meeting Aarika on the set of the music video for new single Blame.

And now UK newspaper The Mirror reports the 30-year-old star was kissing the model on his private jet, appearing to “confirm” their status as a couple.

MailOnline previously reported Calvin and Aarika had stepped out for a meal in Los Angeles earlier in the week.

And while the more recent PDA appears to make their romantic status clear, Calvin has yet to speak openly about the relationship.

He did, however, recently upload photos of the pair on his Instagram account, one in which Aarika is seen wearing lacy black lingerie while he wraps his arm around her.

Another showed Aarika posing in a black minidress.

“Prom date or music video? With @aarikagerette,” he wrote alongside the image.

Calvin and Rita announced their split this summer after just over one year together.

The latest report follows days after sources told British magazine Grazia the DJ had been “wary” of the singer’s friendship with Dave Gardner, who has most recently been linked to Liv Tyler.

"Calvin put Rita on a pedestal, indulging her every whim and giving her a credit card on his account. Their careers meant that they spent long stretches apart, and I think Calvin was hurt when he found out that Rita had been in LA at the same time as him without letting him know she was there," an insider told the magazine.

The split is said to be acrimonious.

"He also had to deal with speculation about her closeness to her ex, football agent Dave Gardner, after she was spotted leaving his house,” the source said. “Even after Calvin and Rita split, he was shocked by how quickly she was pictured with Tommy Hilfiger's son, Ricky Hil. He doesn't feel that he owes her anything."

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