Published 12:06 PM EDT Jun 11, 2019
If Irina Shayk is broken up over a reported split with Bradley Cooper, she certainly isn't showing it – at least not on Instagram.
The 33-year-old model shared a snap Monday that showed off her shape in a form-hugging one-piece with a booty-baring cut. She tagged the Italian lingerie brand Intimissimi, which she has modeled on her Instagram before.
The new post follows photos of Shayk's visit to Iceland. Saturday, her Instagram Stories chronicled a trek through the gorgeous Icelandic wilderness. Photographer Giampaolo Sgura and Ali Kavoussi, founder of The Lions (Shayk's modeling agency), shared a selfie of the trio smiling in front of a body of water.
Shayk raised a ringless left hand in the photo. She was also photographed at the airport Thursday sans the ring she began wearing after she and Cooper made their relationship official. The model still didn't appear to be sporting any jewelry in Monday's post.
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Meanwhile, the "Star Is Born" actor/director ventured to a lounge at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles Monday night, according to TMZ and The Sun. Photographs shared by the website show Cooper dressed casually in sneakers and loose-fitting pants.
TMZ reports he "showed up at around 8:30 PM and was seen leaving about 2 hours later."
Cooper and Shayk kept their romance mostly out of the spotlight after they started dating in 2015. In March 2017, they welcomed their first child, 2-year-old Lea de Seine Shayk Cooper.
This isn't the first time rumors have swirled around the pair's status.
Cooper's steamy Oscars performance of "Shallow" with Lady Gaga in February sent Twitter into a frenzy. Gaga addressed her relationship with Cooper, however, calling him "a true friend."
In September, Cooper reflected on his gratitude for his family in an interview with NPR when asked about how becoming a father has impacted his career.
"I guess having a child, and having a family of my own — which is a miracle and something I've always dreamt of — has opened me up even more," he said, "I guess, to the day, and to be present."
Contributing: Hannah Yasharoff and Sara M. Moniuszko