Bella Hadid On Breakup With The Weeknd: ‘It’ll Be Hard For A While’
Bella Hadid's recent interview proves she is still not over her ex-boyfriend, Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, more popularly known as "The Weeknd." The 20-year-old model said that even if they went on separate ways, she will "always love him."
"Love Hurts, But You Have To Pull Through"
The Weeknd may be falling hard for Selena Gomez. According to Daily Mail Online, the couple was seen kissing on the deck of a yacht in the Marina Del Rey neighborhood of Los Angeles. It's been reported that Gomez and The Weeknd have been going out for months now, but only went public last month.
While her ex has clearly moved on, it may be a different story for Hadid. During her interview with Teen Vogue, Hadid said that some may think that she has handled the breakup so well, but "it's always in your heart, and you always feel it very heavily. It'll be hard for a while. Love hurts, but you have to pull through. But I'll always respect him, and I'll always love him."
Hadid AndThe Weeknd's Conflicting Schedule Is The Reason Of The Breakup
Hadid also said that "When I love somebody, I love them with my whole heart." The first time that a photo leaked showing Gomez and The Weeknd, Hadid unfollowed Gomez on Instagram. A lot of people say that Hadid handled her breakup like a pro, and she busied herself with work. She didn't publicly talk about her breakup until now.
Hadid and The Weeknd dated for two years before calling it quits in November. Reports say that their conflicting schedules were to blame for the failed relationship. They did seem friendly to each other just weeks after their breakup when they crossed paths during the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Paris.
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