The Hangover star, 46, shares four-year-old daughter Lea De Seine with former partner and model Irina, with who he was in a relationship with from 2015 to 2019.
On Wednesday, Irina was pictured on what was reported to be a romantic break with rap star Kanye West, who is currently in the middle of a divorce from his wife Kim Kardashian.
Now Bradley has been spotted in New York, cutting a casual figure in a grey t-shirt, light grey jeans and white trainers.
He was carrying daughter Lea in his arms as he strode down a street on the Big Apple.
In other snaps, he can be seen walking somberly while wearing sunglasses near a car in the city.
The photos come as Irina and Kanye have reportedly been romantically interested in each other, having been friends for over a decade since they worked on the 2010 music video for Power.
TMZ claims that the pair are “100% romantically together”.
It has been rumoured that Kanye and Irina had stayed at the luxury Villa La Coste boutique hotel in the lavish southern region of Provence on their holiday to France.
A source told People: “She seems smitten. He invited her to France and she happily accepted.
“They are not officially dating, but there is an interest from both sides.”
The Mirror has reached out to representatives of Kanye West and Irina Shayk for comment.
Irina co-parents her daughter Lea De Seine with Bradley, while Kanye shares four children – North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three and Psalm, two – with his estranged wife Kim.
On Kanye’s 44th birthday on Tuesday, Kim took to Instagram to share an image of herself with Kanye and their children.
She captioned the photo: Happy Birthday Love U for Life [balloons emoji]”.
In April, the pair agreed to end their marriage due to “irreconcilable differences” and agreed to joint custody of their children and no need for spousal support.
Kim and Kanye had first begun dating in 2012 and later married in 2014, becoming an iconic celebrity couple dubbed “Kimye” by fans and the media.
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