Nina Dobrev Spotted With New Boyfriend Austin Stowell: Flirts in a Pink Bikini

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago

Just days after partying hard at Leonardo Dicaprio’s gala, Nina Dobrev was spotted frolicking in a frisky bikini with the new man in her life, Austin Stowell.

Nina Dobrev was spotted again in St. Tropez getting really friendly with the new man in her life, Austin Stowell. Austin Stowell is the actor who made his name by acting in movies like “The Dolphin Tale” and “Love and Honor.” He also received special attention for his role in the award winning, head turning, drama, “Whiplash.”

The duo were spotted canoodling on the beach and were supposed to have gotten real cozy on the beach, if the pictures are to be believed. Dobrev was also seen on the yatch and a waterslide with her new flame. US magazine reported on the event with exclusive pictures of the couple.

Dobrev had announced in May that she was leaving the cast of ‘The Vampire Diaries.’ She declared that she was going to stop playing Elena and Katherine on the Vampire Diaries. She was in the news ever since she started dating her costar Ian Somerhalder. After the couple split, Somerhalder went on to marry Nikki Reed, who is famous for her role in the Twilight series. The rumor circuit is abuzz with the story that Dobrev is jealous of the couple. It is also insinuated that Dobrev still feels love for Somerhalder.

“I’ve said this before, that we didn’t break up because anything bad happened or because there wasn’t love or friendship,” Dobrev told  the press. “I love him and the friendship is still strong and I think he’s great and I care about him. And that didn’t change. Yes, we’re professional and that’s fine. We were friends long before we dated and we still are now.”

Apparently Somerhalder has moved on but Dobrev is still holding on to the past.

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