She’s in her bag! Irina Shayk did not miss a beat after her split from Bradley Cooper earlier this week. As In Touch previously confirmed, the former couple called it quits after four years together on Thursday, June 6, and just two days later, the 33-year-old model took to her Instagram to reveal how she’s spending her time post-breakup — by focusing on her modeling career.
Irina posted a pic from her latest photo shoot, which took place in Iceland for Falconeri, an Italian brand specializing in cashmere and knitwear for women. In the shot, the brunette beauty modeled one of the brand’s off-the-shoulder gray sweater dresses as she sat on a rock, with a picturesque background featuring glaciers and mountains. “.. @falconeriofficial ❄️,” she wrote in the caption.
Her fans flooded the comments, offering their support during what must be a very difficult time. “Dear Irina, you are a beautiful person inside and out. You are [a] wonderful mother and a successful model. We stand with you and we will always love you and support you. You deserve the very best and all the happiness, in your own way,” one fan wrote, while another commented, “You look beautiful Irina. Wishing you so much love and happiness. 💙💙💙💙.”
It seems like being single might just be what’s best for both Irina and Bradley. An insider previously revealed to In Touch that things got really bad towards the end of their relationship because they weren’t even getting along. “The fighting has gotten so bad that Bradley’s been known to storm out and disappear off for hours, sometimes days, leaving Irina at home,” the source said. “The bottom line is they’re both very different people and looks only take you so far.”
Even though things were pretty tense, their decision to split seemed mutual and another insider revealed to In Touch that the A Star Is Born actor “doesn’t have any regrets” about their relationship because of their daughter, 2-year-old Lea. “He’ll always care about Irina, but it’s reached the point where neither of them want to continue sacrificing their happiness to stay stuck in a bad relationship,” the source said.
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