AceShowbiz - Tyler Cameron and Gigi Hadid are going strong after "The Bachelorette" alum was photographed leaving the model's NYC apartment for the third time. Sporting a big smile, Tyler was photographed looking extremely casual in front of the building on Monday, August 12.
In photos that circulated online, the 26-year-old hunk and the 24-year-old beauty was seen exiting the building separately. Tyler, who was the runner-up in Hannah Brown's "The Bachleorette" season, donned a T-shirt and shorts.
Meanwhile, Gigi, who appeared about 45 minutes later, rocked a crop-top shirt and high-waisted pants. She was said to go to see friends in the Soho neighborhood. "Hoho looked good," an insider shared. "She was casual and seemed very chill. It seems like they are definitely spending more time together and growing close."
This arrives following their several dates this month. The alleged lovebirds were spotted "laughing and having a great time with each other" at Brooklyn's Dumbo House hotspot on August 4. It was also said that they took an SUV back to Gigi's home in Manhattan.
They quickly reunited the following day as they were seen joining some of her friends at Frames Bowling Lounge. "Tyler and Gigi were laughing together and she would touch his arm while she was laughing," said an onlooker at the time. "Tyler and Gigi looked flirty the entire night and they were clearly focused on one another."
Another source claimed that Gigi "is definitely interested in Tyler," who is also a model. "They met for drinks and they got along really well. It was very casual but they were laughing and had a very engaged conversation. They are both taking things slow but have both made it clear they are interested in each other," continued the informant.
Tyler allegedly reciprocated the feelings as an insider said that "he really likes Gigi." However, the insider noted that the things between them "is just a fling for now. They are both gorgeous and single and they've had fun spending time together. He's living in the moment and not thinking too much past that."