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Stacy Keibler enjoys Fashion Week as George Clooney denies split rumours

Stacy enjoys fashion week as George denies split rumours

by hellofashion.com /

Tanned, relaxed and taking pride of place in the front row of Vera Wang's Fashion Week show, Stacy Keibler seems oblivious to rumours of a split with George Clooney.

The Sun newspaper suggested that the actor had put an end to his year-long relationship with the statuesque beauty.

But Stacy's happy demeanor at the fashion extravaganza seemed to contradict the reports – especially after her beau officially dismissed the claims.


Stacy Keibler


George's spokesman Stan Rosenfield told the Daily Mail: "A story published by a London tabloid, the Sun, concerning George Clooney and Stacy Keibler is not true," he added that it was "total fabrication designed to sell newspapers." 

In the report, 32-year-old former wrestler Stacy was said to have tired of George's reluctance to commit. 

It's not the first time that particular charge has been associated with Hollywood's golden bachelor.

George split from Italian personality Elisabetta Canalis in 2011 after she hinted at her desire to marry and have children during interviews.


Stacy Keibler

Soon after he began dating Stacy, who has been a constant fixture by the actor's side since they went public in the summer of 2011. 

George and his lady have just wound up a romantic summer at his luxurious bolt hole in Lake Como. 

They were spotted sharing a romantic candle-lit dinner with friends, and zipping round the cobbled streets of the picturesque Italian town on George's motorbike.

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