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Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper look loved up at Wimbledon

04 JULY 2014
Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper were all smiles on Friday as they attended the Wimbledon Championships in London.

The British model and her American actor boyfriend looked to be having a ball
as they watched Novak Djokovic play Grigor Dimitrov in the men's semi-final.

Wearing an on-trend matching crop top and pleated skirt in a white and paisley print, Suki looked stunning as laughed and joked with Bradley.


Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper at Wimbledon.
Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper


She added metallic cat-eye sunglasses to complement her outfit, while Bradley wore a three-piece suit and aviator glasses.

SUKI AND BRADLEY: THEIR CUTEST MOMENTS


The loved-up couple, who have been dating for over a year, looked more in love than ever.

On Tuesday the pair mingled with Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie at the Serpentine Summertime Ball just days after returning from the muddy fields of Glastonbury Festival.


Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper at Wimbledon.
Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper


Earlier in June, the 22-year-old model was pictured cuddling and kissing her leading man as she visited him during filming for his upcoming movie American Sniper. The Oscar-nominee was almost unrecognisable in his latest role; he had been working out around the clock to gain around 40lbs of muscle.

The globetrotting love affair began in London when Suki, who is good friends with the Delevingne sisters Poppy and Cara, was introduced to the Oscar-nominated actor. Bradley, 39, immediately won her over with his "ridiculously good dancing," she revealed.

Joining them at the semi-final match which Djokovic won was actress Sophie Winkleman and her husband Lord Freddie Windsor.


Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Cooper at Wimbledon.
Lord Freddie Windsor and Sophie Winkleman


The 33-year-old, who has been starring opposite Ashton Kutcher in the comedy show Two and a Half Men, looked cool and casual in a blue print dress with a low neckline. The couple had left their daughter Maud at home and were joined by Freddie's father, Prince Michael of Kent.

Other celebs at Wimbledon on Friday included American Vogue editor Anna Wintour, British actor Jude Law, and Wimbledon champ Maria Sharapova, who was cheering on Dimitrov, her boyfriend of nearly two years.

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