Lewis Hamilton and Shakira to go on holiday after being spotted kissing

Lewis Hamilton has been linked to Shakira since being seen with her after the 2023 Miami Grand Prix.

According to Spanish reporter Jordi Martin, seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton and pop icon Shakira are “planning” to take a trip to the Caribbean together, as rumours linking the pair continue to intensify.

Hamilton was spotted with the Colombian singer initially after she attended the Miami Grand Prix, with the Mercedes driver have been seen helping her onto a boat full of friends.

The pair were again seen having dinner in Barcelona after the Spanish Grand Prix, where Shakira was again in attendance.

An eyewitness even told Vanitatis that “there was cuddling and they even kissed” at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, where Hamilton finished second.

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Now it’s believed that a holiday is on the cards for the duo, with Shakira reportedly being “excited and happy”.

“Hamilton and Shakira are planning to go on holiday together and I already know the destination,” Martin claimed.

“It’s a Caribbean country, a short trip of about an hour.

“I have people who are close to Shakira and they have been meeting this week and she has told them that she is excited and happy.”

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Rumours linking Hamilton and Shakira have started to heat up again following a brief cooling of the reports, as a result of the 38-year-old being linked to Brazilian model Juliana Nalú.

The attention is very much back on Hamilton and Shakira though and their interest in one another.

This is very different to what a source has told the Daily Mail, after they reported that ‘Shakira and Lewis are just friends and have not planned any trips’.

Whilst there are conflicting reports over whether he is in fact seeking a romantic relationship with Shakira or not, his bond with the W14 is certainly improving.

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Hamilton has shown great pace since Mercedes introduced their new concept, with the 103-time race winner having claimed back-to-back podiums.

He finished third last weekend at the Canadian Grand Prix following a great battle with former team-mate Fernando Alonso, which the Briton lost.

Hamilton was beaten to second by the Aston Martin driver, whilst reigning World Champion Max Verstappen stormed to a fourth consecutive win and his sixth of 2023.