Lewis Hamilton’s close relationship with model Camila Kendra is said to have hit the rails as the Formula One star returns for the 2022 season.
The pair are said to have grown close last year with rumours of a potential romance between them beginning in August 2021.
Fans had spotted that some of the pictures Kendra was uploading to social media were from inside Hamilton’s home, but their relationship was originally said to be solely platonic.
However, the couple later grew close but their relationship is now understood to be over, with one source telling The Sun that their romance has recently cooled off. According to the source: “Their friendship started to develop into something more.
“She was staying at his home in Colorado and, although they had been pals for many years, Camila developed feelings for him and it became more romantic. “It’s cooled off now though and Camila is no longer with Lewis. She’s stopped following him on Instagram too.
“Her mates thought they would make a great couple but it clearly wasn’t to be and they’re no longer as close as they were. ”Kendra is a Dominican born model who grew up in Miami after moving to the USA with her family as a child.
It is understood that she previously had aspirations to become a pilot, the same occupation as her father, before forging a modelling career.
The 28-year-old boasts over 450,000 followers on her Instagram account, her sole social media profile, and regularly wows her fans with snaps from her travels.
She is the latest in a string of beautiful women to be linked to Hamilton during his career, including Rita Ora and Rihanna.
Hamilton’s most famous relationship came with former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, who he dated on and off for eight years. The 37-year-old is currently preparing to return to the track for the 2022 season following rumours
he considered retirement at the end of last season. After missing out on a record eighth title in controversial fashion, many feared Hamilton would walk away from the sport.
However, he was present at pre-season testing in Barcelona last week, with the new season set to start with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 20.