Singer Rita Ora, who broke up with DJ Calvin Harris some time back, now has a new man in her life. The singer is reportedly dating Richard Hilfiger who is the son of famous fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger. Rita and Richard were spotted coming out of a restaurant in Nebu holding hands. Richard also posted a picture of his and Rita's hand on his Instagram profile. Check it out here.
The 22-year-old new beau of Rita also has a musical background and is a rapper based out of Los Angeles. He uses Ricky Hil as his stage name and met Rita while writing some music, Page Six reports. Rita has reportedly been spending time at Ricky's home in Los Angeles.
The singer might have split from her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris but harbours no negative thoughts about him even after their split. She still "adores" Harris, the 23-year-old recently revealed in her interview with Glamour magazine.
"We both work really hard, we're both all over the place. I'm not doing too great but I'm doing better than I thought. I adore him and he's an amazing human being," Rita revealed in her interview.
The singer was shocked when her ex-boyfriend, 31-year-old Harris, went to Twitter to announce their split. "To address speculation -- myself and Rita ended our relationship some time ago. She is a beautiful, talented woman & I wish her all the best," Harris wrote on Twitter announcing his split from "I Will Never Let You Down" singer.
Rita too was forced to take the social media route just like her then boyfriend but she was not very comfortable announcing her split in public. The singe revealed that it took her five days to write down "those three sentences" about her split as the impact was "massive." She posted on Twitter only because her boyfriend did first, the star revealed to TVNZ.
Rita came up with the following statement on her split.
"I don't usually address speculation but I've had an incredible time w Calvin,& i will treasure the memories. I've moved on from this topic so i hope people will respect that and do the same," she tweeted. "Life can only be understood backwards but it must be lived forwards."