Bradley Cooper, 47, and Huma Abedin, 45, have been quietly dating for a “few months.”
Reportedly, the two were introduced by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, according to Page Six.
Bradley Cooper and Huma Abedin Have Been Dating Quietly For ‘A Few Months’
Cooper and Abedin separately attended the 2022 Met Gala in New York City on May 2.
Cooper shares 5-year-old daughter Lea De Seine with ex Irina Shayk.
Bradley and the model, 36, broke up in 2019 after four years together.
While Abedin, the longtime aide to Hillary Clinton, shares 10-year-old son Jordan with her ex-husband, disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner.
Abedin opened up in her book Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds last year about Weiner’s sex scandals and how the controversy affected the 2016 Clinton presidential campaign.
She said in an October interview with CBS Sunday Morning how she’s “learned the full truth” of Weiner’s infidelities and wrongdoings and “I processed it, and I’ve moved on and I wish him well.”
When asked if she is angry at him, Abedin replied, “I can’t live in that space anymore. I tried that. It almost killed me.”
She shared with PEOPLE in November about seeking therapy and working to find a good place with Weiner for the sake of their child.
“Anthony is always going to be in my life because he is the father of my child. I want to make sure he’s healthy, that we are in a healthy relationship, that our son sees model behavior that is healthy for him.”
Cooper is filming his next movie Maestro, which he’s also directing. He too has previously been open about parenting his child with Shayk, who supported him at the red carpet premiere of his movie Nightmare Alley in December.
Cooper also recently opened up about getting sober and why he made such a courageous step. Cooper opened up while a guest on the “SmartLess” podcast with hosts Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett.
He revealed that it was in his early days in show business that he struggled with an addiction to drugs and alcohol, along with very low self-esteem. Bradley went on to share how he was friends with Will and the actor-comedian’s then-wife, Amy Poehler. Cooper looked up to them and attempted to emulate their wicked style of humor at a dinner party.
It was how he acted during that dinner party that encouraged him to get sober. It was thanks to Arnett’s honesty that pushed him to take that first step. “That was like the first time I ever realized I had a problem with drugs and alcohol,” Cooper admitted. “It was Will saying that to me, and I’ll just never forget it. … It changed my entire life.”
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