Gigi Hadid was celebrating her 26th birthday in style, wearing a ribbed lavender ensemble as she partied with Zayn Malik and her sister Bella in New York.
The model’s form-fitting two-piece featured a backless top with capped sleeves and a built in corset, and a pair of flared trousers which she teamed with white kitten-heeled boots. The star was photographed with partner Zayn, who had his arms around her as they got something to eat from a mobile food truck.
Bella wore a corseted top and boot-cut corduroy trousers.
Gigi posted a picture of a beautiful bouquet of flowers on her Instagram Stories which Zayn had given to her.
The couple welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Khai, last September, and Gigi recently shared a photo of little Khai, now seven months old, in a red Versace tracksuit. “Can’t believe my baby is 7 months this week,” Gigi captioned the adorable photo.
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“Honestly, it’s amazing,” Malik recently said of fatherhood (via iHeartRadio’s Valentine in the Morning). “A lot of people that I was speaking to, obviously before she was born and stuff, were like, ‘It’s a big adjustment, and it’s going to be a massive change and stuff.’ But honestly, she’s an amazing baby. It’s been really easy for me and Gigi to kind of just ease into it, I guess. She kind of made it easy for us. She sleeps really well, she loves her milk.”
He added: “It’s just feeding and changing diapers at the minute. It’s wicked. I’m enjoying it, for sure.”
Gigi recently made her return to the catwalk, walking for Versace’s autumn/winter 2021 show. She opened the show with red hair and wearing a low-cut black corset with a tailored skirt suit, tights, chunky boots and some statement blue eyeshadow – and closed it wearing a long, black, sheer dress.
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