Liam Payne and Naomi Campbell Raise Eyebrows After BAFTA Party






Liam Payne, Naomi Campbell


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Naomi Campbell and Liam Payne continue to spark romance rumors!


The supermodel, 48, and the One Direction star, 25, have been fueling relationship speculation in recent weeks with their flirty social media exchanges. In mid-January, Campbell took to Instagram to comment on a photo of Payne, calling him a “beautiful soul.”


“Takes one to know one,” the singer replied, adding a kiss emoji.


Days later, Payne commented on a selfie of Campbell, calling her “perfection.”


“Perfection in a person [rose emoji] don’t give me those eyes,” Payne wrote along with eyes and a kiss emoji.


And now, the duo has added even more fuel to the romance rumors after a night out in London.




On Sunday night, Campbell and Payne continued to raise eyebrows as they were spotted leaving a BAFTAs after-party within minutes of each other. Photographers spotted Campbell leaving Annabel’s in Mayfair shortly before her rumored beau. The duo had been celebrating with A-list stars after the 2019 BAFTA Film Awards, which took place at the Royal Albert Hall earlier in the night.





Liam Payne


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Among the other stars in attendance at the BAFTAs: Vogue x Tiffany Fashion & Film after-party included Taylor Swift, who was there to support her boyfriendJoe Alwyn. The actor’s film, The Favourite, won seven BAFTAs at the ceremony.


While Campbell and Payne have yet to address the speculation, this recent sighting is definitely adding fuel the romance rumors. Payne was previously in a relationship with Cheryl Cole, with who he shares a son, Bear.


The couple announced their split in July 2018, one day after her 35th birthday.


“Cheryl and I are sad to announce that we are going our separate ways,” Payne wrote on Twitter at the time. “It’s been a tough decision for us to make. We still have so much love for each other as a family. Bear is our world and we ask that you respect his privacy as we navigate our way through this together.”




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