Bradley Cooper and model Irina Shayk split in 2019 after 4 years together, but a source near the couple has suggested they could be considering a reconciliation. The previous couple shares a 5-year-old daughter, Lea De Seine, and have allegedly been discussing more children together, Page Six reports.
They seem to have a really healthy co-parenting relationship and even traveled together for a family vacation this summer. Shayk shared photos of the holiday on Instagram wherein she and Cooper are wearing bathing suits and smiling happily.
“It was an actual family getaway and so they are considering getting back together,” said the source. “She would love her daughter to have a sibling.”
The source continued, “They each [Bradley and Irina] haven’t gotten serious with anyone else and so they are each into the thought of getting a child.”
Cooper was recently paired romantically with Huma Abedin. This was evidently an informal connection, as were Shayk’s transient flings with Vito Schnabel and Kanye West.
“It’s not Bennifer 2.0 where the opposite person is at all times at the back of their head, it’s more like, ‘Why not?’” the source explained. “They should take care of one another anyway since they’re parents together. They’re each considering, possibly it’s time to finally really settle in.”
Cooper and Shayk were first connected romantically in 2015 once they were seen on a date on the Broadway show Finding Neverland. Shayk was generally known as a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model and has continued to grow her illustrious profession; she recently modeling for the newest Adidas x Ivy Park line, wearing considered one of the brand’s turquoise latex leotards for his or her latest ad campaign.
When the couple split in 2019, there one other source told Page Six, “Due to their daughter, they keep trying. Things will not be good. Neither one is comfortable.”
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