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Russell Brand 'seen with new woman'

Published 05/09/2012

Russell Brand
Russell Brand

Russell Brand's romance with Geri Halliwell is seemingly on the rocks after he was seen at a hotel with another woman.

The British comedian and former Spice Girls star were thought to have struck up a romance after meeting at the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony.

There has been speculation their fling has cooled, which now seems correct. On Monday, Russell travelled to a hotel in Suffolk, UK, to meet with a brunette lady he told staff was his "beloved Amy".

That came on the same day Geri was quoted as confirming her "whirlwind" romance with Russell.

The pair arrived at the Angel Hotel at 8.30pm on Monday and promptly went upstairs. They were next seen at 11am the following morning, after which they went for a look around the town of Bury St Edmunds.

A friend of Russell apparently told onlookers they have known each other "very well for a long time".

British newspaper The Sun has obtained photos of the comic with Amy. He is seen strolling alongside her with his arm draped around her shoulders, while in another shot they are feasting on a picnic together. Russell cheekily touches his date's butt at one point and they are seen shopping for crystals at an energy healing store.

Russell and Geri had been spending a lot of time together, with the comedian a regular at her home. She recently said she hoped to be in a "loving relationship", although over the weekend there were claims she was finding the star "too intense".

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