Shayk, Ronaldo forget sext scandal and get cozy at style awards in Madrid

   Nov 19, 4:20 pm

London, Nov 19 (ANI): Irina Shayk seems to have forgiven beau Cristiano Ronaldo for sending X-rated texts from a fan to everyone in his address book, as the two indulged in public show of affection at the style awards.

The 25-year-old stunning model, who was chaperoned by her superstar footballer fiance to the event, looked glamorous as she was awarded a Prix de la Moda style award at the French Embassy in Madrid, the Daily Mail reported.

Spanish stars turned out in force at the glamorous style awards ceremony hosted by the French fashion magazine Marie Claire.

Shayk dazzled in a floor-length sequinned gown with a plunging neckline, cut out back, daring thigh-high slit and fish-tail train that showed off her perfect figure, while the Portuguese player donned a slim-fitting black designer suit and tie.

Her towering platform shoes seemed to pose no problem for the professional model as the millionaire sportsman escorted her into the event.

The couple were the star attraction of the night as they were led to their table where they laughed, touched and kissed throughout the event. (ANI)

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