There has been conjecture that Huma Abedin, 46, is dating Bradley Cooper, 47, and in a new interview, she addressed these rumors.
The vice chair of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016 acknowledged she had been “closed off” to the idea of a romantic connection for “many years” and didn’t consider herself to be the type of person men would want to leave parties with. Her job was her priority, and she didn’t mind.
For a long time, she told WSJ. Magazine in an interview published on Monday, October 3, “I put dating in the category of one of the things I did not allow myself to be open to,” especially during her time in New York in the early 2000s, when Hillary was in the Senate and it was a very glamorous time in New York.
She went on to say, “I was invited to so many dinner parties, and there’d be all these women I found to be much smarter, much more attractive, much more everything.”
Here I was, a suave little political staffer taking myself very seriously. I had no desire to be the woman any of these men went home with because doing so would have meant less time for me to devote to my career. Focusing time is reduced.”
The stunning Michigan native went on to claim that her dating outlook has evolved drastically since then and that she is now highly receptive to the idea. She enthusiastically said, “Yes, I’m open to all forms of saying yes!”
Three months after rumors began that she was dating Bradley Copper, Huma has spoken out. One of the sources informed Us Weekly that Anna Wintour was responsible for introducing the two of them and that the two quickly hit it off romantically.
They were said to have met before the 2022 Met Gala, and while they both attended the event, they did not walk the carpet together.
Although it is unclear if Bradley and his ex-girlfriend Irina Shayk, with whom he has a 5-year-old daughter named Lea, are still romantically connected, there have been speculations that the two have rekindled their romance.
Both ex-partners are actively involved in raising their daughters together.
According to Page Six’s September report, “it’s more like, why not,” rather than “Bennifer 2.0,” in which “the other person is always in the back of their head.”
They are parents together and hence must learn to live with one another. They’re both considering whether or not to make a permanent home together.