Other sources say Hadid, 28, would join Cooper, 49, at the sumptuous Oscars after-parties, with one insider saying, “I don’t know if they will walk the Vanity Fair carpet together, but they will join up inside.”

And don’t expect to see Hadid on the red carpet for Hollywood’s biggest night, as Cooper always accompanies his adored mother, Gloria Campano.

Hadid has met Campano before, when she joined Campano and Cooper for dinner at LA’s famous bistro Giorgio Baldi after the Golden Globes in January. Campano has also been photographed wearing sneakers from Hadid’s Guest in Residence collection.

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Although the star’s 6-year-old daughter Lea De Seine, who appears in “Maestro” as Bernstein’s young daughter, had her public debut at the film’s Los Angeles premiere in December, she will not be attending the Academy Awards.

Cooper is still close to his ex, Russian model Irina Shayk. Following the LA premiere, Shayk congratulated @maestrofilm.So proud, Daddy and Lea.” Hadid has a three-year-old daughter, Khai, with her ex, Zayn Malik.

This year, he is nominated for Best Actor for his depiction of musical mogul Leonard Bernstein, while his co-star Carey Mulligan is nominated for Best Actress as Bernstein’s wife, Felicia Montealegre Bernstein. The film, directed by Cooper, gets seven nominations in total.

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Meanwhile, Hadid’s father, real estate mogul Mohamed Hadid, has found himself in deep water again after dubbing President Biden a “Zionist criminal” and alleging in a furious social media rant that he and others would be “hunted down” like Nazis for supporting Israel.

Hadid, a Palestinian-American, shared a video of a woman shouting, “F**k Israel until the end of time”.

“This is Biden’s war on the Palestinian people. He will appear in court among the rest of the Zionist criminals. “We will hunt them down like they did the Nazis,” Hadid stated in an Instagram story on Sunday.

Since Hamas launched an attack on Israel on October 7, Hadid has been outspoken in his opposition.