Kelly Brook found a new way to cool off in the Californian sun on Wednesday. Following a hike in Runyon Canyon Park, Kelly decided to re-hydrate her skin by running through a set of lawn sprinklers. Clearly in a playful mood following her workout session, the 34-year-old caught a case of the giggles as she got completely soaked.[contentblock id=1 img=adsense.png]
Dressed in comfy gear for the epic hike, Kelly Brook donned a pair of cropped black leggings with a dark pink vest top. Adhering to the art of self promotion, Brook finished her sporty look with a pair of lilac and lime trainers by Skechers. Seemingly make-up free, the Rochester born beauty wore her hair up in a braided ponytail while sporting a large pink flower.
In good spirits despite her recent split from ex-fiancé David McIntosh, Kelly was seen laughing and joking with her female companion as they journeyed along. Clearly not as refreshed as they had hoped, the pair then stopped to pick up some beverages and Brook also grabbed a take-away.
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Loving life in Los Angeles, Brook then took to Twitter to share the details of her latest venture. She tweeted: ‘Looking forward to my First @SKECHERSUSA Commercial Shoot tomorrow’. Meanwhile Kelly former beau David, 28, has opened up and told his side of events following the end of their whirlwind. Speaking to Reveal magazine, he has claimed he endured relentless bullying at the hands of the curvaceous beauty. ‘The thing is, Kelly was so amazing to begin with. She was attentive, we had a laugh together and I was relaxed with her,’ said the former Gladiator, who explained that Kelly regularly dumped him to see if he’d date other women.[contentblock id=2 img=adsense.png]
He continued: ‘Kelly’s said the most disgusting things to me during arguments. It sounds soft but it was like being bullied. She would say childish stuff to try and hurt me all the time. ‘She would tell me that I was useless, I was no good or that I wasn’t nice, even though I did everything for her, from making her breakfast every day to buying her little presents all the time. ‘One minute she loved me the next it was sheer hate.’