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Hamilton 'splashes cash on lingerie for RiRi'

Published 25/08/2015


Rihanna has reportedly been given a lavish present by her rumoured love interest Lewis Hamilton.

The Formula One ace is believed to be romancing the singer after they were spotted at a carnival in Barbados together earlier this month. Although they aren't thought to be official, it seems Lewis wants to make it that way, so is going all out to impress Rihanna with a sexy gift.

And with racing obligations coming up, he wants to make sure she has something to remember him by.

"He's totally into her, but also really worried that while he's unavailable she'll lose interest in him," an insider told British magazine Heat, along with the revelation that Lewis gave his stylist $10,000 to spend on underwear for his crush.

"He just said to make it really nice. They had to call Ri's stylist to ask her size."

The present will likely go down well with the 27-year-old star, as she has repeatedly embraced the underwear-as-outerwear trend of late. In February she was even pictured in a leather bondage-style getup for AnOther magazine.

In the promo for her latest track B***h Better Have My Money she is seen nude with blood smeared all over her in one shot, so she definitely doesn't mind showing off her body. It's this attitude which makes her a joy to work with according to Osvaldo 'Ozzy' Salvatierra who did the make-up for the video.

"We shot it over four days, and the whole experience felt like a movie set instead of a music video. Rihanna has such a good eye, she is always willing to try things and listen to suggestions," he told The Hollywood Reporter.

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