Gigi Hadid and Bradley Cooper have been using Taylor Swift’s Rhode Island mansion as a secret love nest, it has been revealed.
The Eras superstar, 33, who is dating American footballer Travis Kelce, is letting the hot new couple of Tinseltown have free reign of her lavish 11,000sq ft pile to explore their blossoming romance in private.
Built in 1930, the home sits on the highest point in Watch Hill and will be familiar to supermodel Gigi, who has spent many nights partying with Taylor’s squad, including at her legendary Fourth of July bashes.
It includes eight bedrooms, eight fireplaces, and a pool in the back and features 700 ft of shoreline with views of Little Narragansett Bay. A source has revealed: “Taylor is a total romantic and loves playing cupid for her friends.
“Even though Gigi and Bradley have their own properties in New York, they wanted somewhere more private to spend time getting to know each other and Taylor was only too happy to help. She said the door to her home is always open for them to use.”
Gigi and Bradley first sparked romance rumours at the beginning of October after they were spotted grabbing a bite to eat in New York. Just days later, they were photographed arriving back in NYC after going on a weekend getaway together.
They reportedly hit things off after being introduced by the actor’s ex Irina Shayk and have been bonding over their daughters.
Gigi, who was recently dating Bradley’s pal Leonardo DiCaprio, shares three-year-old daughter Khai with ex Zayn Malik, while he shares six-year-old daughter Lea De Seine with Irina. Looks like there’s no Bad Blood there.
Taylor’s Rhode Island mansion was originally owned by Rebekah Harkness, a philanthropist, a patron of dance and medicine, and an artist and muse. Taylor sings about Rebekah and her Rhode Island pad in her Folklore hit The Last Great American Dynasty.
In the hit, Taylor croons: “Rebekah rode up on the afternoon train / It was sunny,” before she tells the story of Rebekah’s legacy through lyrics and paints a full picture for the listener before saying “And then it was bought by me,” referring to how she is now the current owner of the mansion.