Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk’s daughter Lea de Seine, 3, made her first public appearance with her father on Sunday night. The toddler was photographed sitting on her father’s lap at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, where Cooper and his daughter looked on as Dave Chapelle received the 22nd annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Chapelle starred alongside Cooper in A Star is Born portraying Noodles, a close friend of Cooper’s character Jackson Maine — and it seems the two are good friends both on and off the big screen.
While Lea’s parents are no longer together, they have mastered the art of co-parenting their little girl and do spend time together even though they are no longer a couple. “Bradley spends every day with his family,” a source told People. “Most days, Bradley and Irina take Lea out for activities together. Sometimes they just stroll on the beach. Bradley and Irina seem great.”
Photos of Cooper and Lea at the event definitely showcase their sweet relationship.”[Having a family has] changed everything,” Cooper told Oprah Winfrey on becoming a father. “Our daughter, she’s incredible.”
Yes, she is.
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