Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk considering a breakup

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Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper. (Photo: Getty/Gallo Images)
Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper. (Photo: Getty/Gallo Images)

Cape Town - It seems like there’s trouble in paradise between Bradley Cooper and his girlfriend, Irina Shayk.

A source close to the couple recently revealed that the American Sniper actor and supermodel are reportedly unsure if they should stay together.

Irina has also moved out of their $4,6 million (R68 million) home, The Sun reports.

"They haven’t been good for a few months and Irina decided it would be best if she moved into her own place. It looks as if there’s not much left for the two of them together," a source told the online publication.

They want to stay together for their daughter, Lea de Seine (2), but neither of them are happy, an insider told E News.

"They’ve invested a lot and it’s extremely difficult to completely walk away from things. They’re trying to figure things out and are trying out different arrangements. They love their little girl dearly and that’s not going to change no matter what, but they’re questioning whether being a couple is what’s best."

In October last year reports surfaced that the pair have been miserable together for months.

"He doesn’t drink and he’s into spirituality and she wants to go out," a source told Page Six.

This comes after rumours started circulating that Bradley and his A Star Is Born co-star, Lady Gaga, were more than friends. The rumours were fuelled following an intimate performance of the love song Shallow, at this year’s Oscars.

Irina Shayk, Bradley Cooper and their daughter

But the Poker Face singer quickly shut down speculation during her appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel show.

"Yes, people saw love. And guess what? That’s what we wanted you to see. I mean, Shallow is a love song. A Star Is Born is a love story," Gaga explained.

"We worked so hard. We worked all week on that performance."

Sources: E News, The Sun, Page Six

(Pictures: Getty/Gallo Images)


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