Sunday 23 November 2014

Nadia Forde jets off to London amid latest Rory McIlroy romance reports

Freya Drohan

Published 07/07/2014 | 10:15

Nadia Forde, Stephen McCormack
Nadia Forde, Stephen McCormack

Model Nadia Forde is focusing on her work after she has once again been linked to newly single Rory McIlroy.

The model turned singer has hot footed it to Cardiff after she reportedly spent the weekend with newly single golfer Rory McIlroy.

Nadia (25) tweeted that she was heading to Britain for a radio tour for her new EP, BPM.

According to sources, the pair were spotted looking cosy in House nightclub on Leeson St in Dublin last Saturday night, after Rory spent the day at the Dubai Duty Free Derby races at The Curragh.

The pair, who have denied they are dating, were seen in the trendy bar with a large group of mutual friends.

According to sources: “Rory’s group had about 15 lads with them and there were a few other girls as well. But Rory and Nadia were chatting all night.”

“They were sitting together and laughing and joking. They really didn’t care who saw them."

The pair reportedly left the club together around 2am, and got into a chauffeur-driven Mercedes which was waiting outside.

The following day, the pretty brunette was photographed enjoying a day out in Rory’s home town of Bangor with fellow model Katie Larmour, who is a close pal.

The pair waved to photographers as they took out paddle boats around a lake in Pickie Fun Park.

Last month, Nadia addressed speculation when she denied that she was dating Rory.

Paddy Power had been offering odds of 6-1 that she would be his next girlfriend following his highly publicised split from Caroline Wozniacki, but she explicitly denied that there was anything going on.

“I wouldn’t be betting on me if I was anyone going into Paddy Power. He doesn’t even have my phone number. And I don’t have his,” the model explained.

“Look, I met him with a gang of friends last October and I haven’t seen him since. It was one of those situations where you have mutual friends and two plus two equals five!”

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