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Bradley Cooper's new girlfriend Suki enjoys night out with model friends
Suki Waterhouse took some time out from hanging out with her Hollywood film star boyfriend Bradley Cooper on Tuesday to have a night out with her fellow model friend Georgia May Jagger.
Attending a private view of a new photography exhibition that featured some of Suki's work, the girls chatted as they sipped Hoxton Gin and admired the artwork in the heart of London's trendy Shoreditch.
Wearing a Burberry trench coat, which served to fuel rumours that she is the new face of the British brand, Suki said she was "so excited and proud" to show off her photography which included candid images of model friends Cara Delevingne and Georgia.
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"It's just a hobby of mine," the Vogue model told HELLO! Online. "I love taking pictures of my friends and my life, it's so much fun!
Speaking to Vogue, she continued: "I have a lot of love for my friends and family and I love taking cool pictures of them. With the shots of Cara and Georgia, I think that they capture them well. In terms of self-portraits, they're more personal. It's like peeking in on myself once they're developed."
She revealed that she has always been interested in photography, but this will be the first time her work has been on display.
"A certain point came when I wanted to document growing-up adventures," she said. "Then I met photographer Ellis Scott, who gave me cameras and projected his photo energy onto me."
Mick and Jade Jagger's daughter Georgia wore a red velvet jumpsuit and leopard print heels, completing the outfit with a Mochino logo belt.
Another celebrity attendees at the exclusive bash was Reggie Yates, whose work also featured in the exhibition. The Voice presenter showcased his experiences from visiting a Kenyan slum in Kiberia as well as a short film entitled Patriarch.
Speaking to reporters, Reggie said he was "buzzing to share it with so many people", and when asked about his inspiration he said he asked himself "Who really am I?", which lead him to wanting to learn more about himself and then share the stories with the people he loves.
He also revealed that he has another short film in the pipeline that will soon be televised on Channel 4, but wouldn't give anything else away.
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