Gigi Hadid may be rumored to be dating longtime friend Joe Jonas after splitting from on-again, off-again boyfriend Cody Simpson nearly a month ago, however, the model found herself in an awkward situation after she was accidentally seated next to her ex on a plane flying from Toronto on June 22.
Hollywood Life reports that while Simpson and Hadid's split was amicable, citing scheduling differences as the reason for their split, the duo have wasted no time in moving on from one another.
Hadid is currently linked to Jonas, with whom she ignited dating rumors just days after splitting from Simpson, and the "New Problems" singer reportedly dissed the model after he was heard saying that the single life is "pretty sweet" since calling it quits from Hadid.
The awkward situation occurred when Hadid and Simpson found themselves seated next to one another in first class on a flight from Toronto on Monday. Rather than make the situation more uncomfortable, both Hadid and Simpson took the moment in stride, with Simpson even Snapchatting a photo of himself and Hadid hanging out with a caption that reads, "when u get seated next to ur ex on a plane," before adding a skull emoji.
While Hadid and Simpson have remained good friends, the model continues to heat up dating rumors with rumored beau Jonas.
A source dished to Hollywood Life that Hadid and Jonas' relationship is going well because the duo is able to work around each other's schedules.
"One reason why Joe and Gigi's relationship works is because he is always available. Joe's schedule is very open, so he can spend most of his time and attention on her and she loves that in a relationship. Cody had other things on his mind, and he took Gigi for granted," the source revealed.
"He was worried about his career and he thought she should follow him and she wanted the opposite, which Joe clearly gives her," the source concludes.
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