Russian supermodel Irina Shayk leaves ex Bradley Cooper home after voicing her support for Ukraine

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Russian supermodel Irina Shayk leaves ex Bradley Cooper’s home in Pacific Palisades… after voicing her support for Ukraine


Russian model Irina Shayk was pictured leaving the home of her ex-partner Bradley Cooper on Friday.

Dressed head-to-toe in black, the fashion figure carried a case of luggage as she was said to be on her way to LAX airport.

Bradley and Irina share four-year-old daughter Lea De Seine Shayk together, and he resides in the Pacific Palisades area of California. 

Pictured: Russian supermodel Irina Shayk leaves ex Bradley Cooper's home in Pacific Palisades... after voicing her support for Ukraine

Pictured: Russian supermodel Irina Shayk leaves ex Bradley Cooper’s home in Pacific Palisades… after voicing her support for Ukraine 

The sighting comes amid Shayk, 36, speaking out in support of Ukraine.

The Yemanzhelinsk, Russia native on Monday took to Instagram with an image of a peace sign, in expressing her support for the people of Ukraine. 

She continued: ‘I will be donating to @unicef and @redcrossukraine – Please check my stories for donation links and resources, give what you can. Praying for peace.’ 

Off she goes: Dressed head-to-toe in black, the fashion figure carried a case of luggage as she was said to be on her way to LAX airport

Off she goes: Dressed head-to-toe in black, the fashion figure carried a case of luggage as she was said to be on her way to LAX airport

Not staying silent: The sighting comes amid Shayk speaking out in support of Ukraine

Not staying silent: The sighting comes amid Shayk speaking out in support of Ukraine

The catwalk beauty earlier this year spoke with Vogue UK about her upbringing in Russia. 

‘I was born and raised in a town called Yemanzhelinsk, in the middle of nowhere in Russia. My father was a coal miner and my mom was a pianist – she couldn’t find a job, so she played for kids in kindergarten. It was a very simple life: one main street, no movie theatre, no restaurants.’

Shayk opened up about the death of her father when she was 14.

‘He was the healthiest man alive, and at 44, out of the blue, he was coughing for a while then got pneumonia and died,’ she said. ‘Me, my mom and my sister were left. Three women. We learnt how to early in life, even when we had a father, because in Russia you have to.

‘In summer you grow vegetables and bury them, so in wintertime you have potatoes, carrots, everything, so you can survive. When I moved to New York, I was shocked that people go to the supermarket and buy potatoes. I was like, “That’s crazy.”‘

The Russian invasion of Ukraine was in its sixth day Tuesday, as Russian forces in tanks and armored vehicles were headed into the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.

The Yemanzhelinsk, Russia native on Monday took to Instagram with an image of a peace sign, in expressing her support for the people of Ukraine

The Yemanzhelinsk, Russia native on Monday took to Instagram with an image of a peace sign, in expressing her support for the people of Ukraine

She previously posted art supporting world peace on the social media site

She previously posted art supporting world peace on the social media site 

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