Fancy seeing you here!

Monday, December 30, 2013    

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It's been over 10 years since their split but Naomi Campbell and Flavio Briatore are closer than ever.

The friendly exes both happened to be in Kenya over the festive break and were seen in good spirits as they chatted in the sunshine.

But while they have remained good friends, a romance is off the cards as Flavio, 63, is happily married to Elisabetta Gregoraci, 33, who joined the pair wearing a string bikini. While Flavio is on vacation in Kenya with his stunning wife, Naomi is in the midst of a charity trip working with children in Africa in a bid to further the work of her close friend and late world leader, Nelson Mandela.

Naomi looked casual yet pretty in a short white dress as she reclined on a sun lounger. With her long dark hair loose around her shoulders and large sunglasses, she looked every inch the supermodel.

And while Flavio may be one of the richest men in the world, she didn't even sit up while talking to him as he leaned down to chat.

Flavio was casual in red shorts and a blue T-shirt and his wife later looked stunning in a string bikini but there was no sign of their three-year-old son Falco Nathan. Flavio is of course also the biological father of Heidi Klum's eldest child, Helene (Leni) Klum, who was adopted by her ex-husband Seal.

Naomi has previously spoken out about the end of her relationship with Flavio, telling Marie Claire magazine that his unreasonable expectations ended their union.

— Daily Mail





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