Despite recent alleged Deux Moi sightings, Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik are not back together. Over the weekend, the gossip Instagram account shared DM celebrity sighting submissions from fans, who said they thought they spotted the model and musician together recently in Philadelphia. But according to sources, the pair are not romantically involved again, rather they’re co-parenting for the sake of their daughter, Khai.
According to People, Hadid has been finding support in her younger sister Bella following her split from Malik, which was a result of the alleged physical altercation that occurred between him and Hadid’s mum Yolanda in late September, while Hadid was in Paris for fashion week.
“Gigi and Bella have grown closer since the Zayn and Yolanda incident,” the People source revealed. “Bella has stuck by her side, as the situation has caused a lot of tension within the family.” As revealed in October, Malik was charged with four counts of harassment after he allegedly “grabbed [Yolanda] and shoved her into a dresser” and verbally assaulted the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star with “continuous cursing.” He was also charged with harassment against Hadid and the family’s security guard John McMahon.
“Gigi is done with Zayn,” the source continued. “She’s a really private person, so Bella has really been there to support her. It’s been tough on all of them because they’re all so close. That’s her mum, but it’s still her baby’s father, even though their romantic relationship is over.”
They added, “This has not been easy on Gigi and has caused a lot of stress on relationships with her family.”
In October, a source spoke about Hadid and Malik’s commitment to co-parent Khai. They are not together right now,” they said. “They are both good parents though. They co-parent. Yolanda is of course very protective of Gigi. She wants the best for her daughter and grandchild.”
Following the charges, which Malik pleaded no contest to, he is to have no contact with either Yolanda or McMahon. He will also face 360 days of probation and he is required to enrol in a domestic violence program and take an anger management course.