And while she was still plugging a brand in the photo that she posted from Iceland on Sunday, it was definitely a bit more along the lines of a post-breakup "I'm doing just fine"—and quite an impressive one at that. (It's not easy to inspire jealousy when you're perching on a rocky outpost near a glacier, sans pants. ) And that's how her followers interpreted it, if the comments are any indication, from fans expressing sentiments such as "Bradley Cooper, thank you" to fellow fellow top models like Shalom Harlow and Lara Stone turning to emojis to express their support.
Unlike Cooper, she's been spotted out and about over the past few days—at first thanks to the paparazzi, who captured her rolling a suitcase, carrying a puffy jacket, and looking overall immaculate on her way to the airport on the day that their breakup was reported. (It turned out that Shayk was actually on her way to Iceland for work—not necessarily to put as much distance between herself and Cooper as possible—though that didn't stop the photos from inspiring a frenzy of memes.
And, in what should come as no surprise, those five days have brought yet another flood of unnamed "sources" eager to offer their take on things, which tabloids have eagerly turned into stories with headlines such as "Bradley Cooper Can't Shayk Lady Gaga?
Since touching down in Iceland, though, Shayk has taken the narrative around her in the media into her own hands via Instagram—even though she's long been vocal about her right to keep her personal life private on the app. (Cooper has appeared on her feed so rarely that in 2016, it made headlines when a segment of his disembodied torso could be glimpsed in the background of one of Shayk's selfies.
It's been barely five days since the longtime rumors that Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper were going to call it quits became official (at least according to People).
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk have done their best to keep their relationship private since they began dating four years ago, over the course of which Shayk gave birth to their daughter, who's now two.
Irina Shayk is taking the narrative around her in the media into her own hands via Instagram: https://t.co/mfOiilHXDm— W magazine (@wmag) June 11, 2019