Bradley Cooper ‘angers’ ex with Gigi Hadid romance

Bradley Cooper’s ex Irina Shayk is less than thrilled about his budding relationship with Gigi Hadid, a source tells Page Six.

“Irina is not happy with Bradley for dating another supermodel, but one who is younger,” a source tells Page Six.

“It took her by surprise.”

Our source noted that Shayk, 37, seems to have been taking every opportunity to be snapped by the paparazzi — even looking her best when walking their six-year-old daughter to school.

“She’s saying, ‘Look baby, I’m still hot,’” says the source.

The co-parenting pair, who have an amicable relationship started dating in 2015, broke up in 2019 and have been on-again-off-again since.

The source says we may see the pair together for Halloween. They have spent the holiday together in the past.

In late August, Shayk and Cooper were spotted together on an Italian vacation complete with a topless photo shoot.

Most recently, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model was romantically linked to NFL legend Tom Brady this summer following his divorce from Gisele Bündchen. They have since fizzled out.

A source previously told Page Six that Shayk ultimately hopes to settle down with Cooper because of the “years [that] have been put into the relationship”.

But another source told the New York Post, “[Shayk and Cooper] haven’t been together in so long. They are co-parents and that’s that. They are best friends.”

Meanwhile, Cooper, 48, and model Hadid, 28, were first spotted together on October 5 at downtown hotspot Via Carota.

Days later, they had a weekend getaway together with some reports claiming they stayed at Taylor Swift’s Rhode Island manse and used it as their “secret love nest.”

Cooper and Hadid were most recently photographed braving the rain during a stroll in New York City on Friday morning.

Cooper was also spotted solo this week walking down the street sporting Hadid’s cashmere fashion line Guest in Residence. Hadid shares Khai, 3, with ex-boyfriend Zayn Malik.

This article originally appeared in The New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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