Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk took a break from their parenting duties to enjoy time with their famous pals in Tahiti. The actor and the supermodel, who welcomed their daughter Lea de Seine in March, were joined by Girls alum Allison Williams, her husband Ricky Van Veen, designer Diane von Furstenberg, Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper for their tropical getaway.
VIEW GALLERY Bradley and Irina joined a host of other celebs for a vacation in Tahiti Photo: Instagram/@therealdvf
On Sunday, Diane shared a photo of her friends relaxing on a boat with the crystal clear waters of the southern Pacific Ocean behind them. "Part of the funnest group ever! Bye Tahiti!" the designer captioned the picture. Irina, 31, appeared relaxed in the photo as she puckered up for the camera, while Bradley, 42, sat next to her and rested his arm on her leg. The Russian beauty didn't post photos of herself with her boyfriend, however, that didn't stop her from sharing her tropical views in a series of snaps from their idyllic holiday - including one relaxing in an outdoor bath surrounded by palm trees. "#Saturday zzz," she captioned the photo.
VIEW GALLERY The new mom posted a photo from her tropical holiday Photo: Instagram/@irinashayk
During the trip, the A-list group also enjoyed "Cocktails and games," with Diane sharing a photo of Irina looking gorgeous in a colorful wrap dress. Other members of the group to share photos included Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen, who shared a snap of himself with Diane von Furstenberg, adding the caption: "Wearing DVF with DVF."
VIEW GALLERY Bradley and Irina vacationed with designer Diane von Furstenberg Photo: Instagram/@therealdvf
While many fans were surprised at the array of stars who all holidayed together, the group have actually been friends for a long time, and it appears to be Diane who brought them all together. Andy and Diane have vacationed together in the past. The fashion designer is also close friends with Anderson's mother Gloria Vanderbilt. Diane and Irina have also been friends for many years, with the model often walking in the fashion designer's shows.