Following their split, it was reported that Dua was back in touch with her previous boyfriend Isaac Carew and a source told one tabloid, “Dua and Paul had a really good time together but things just didn’t work out.
The break-up has brought back memories of Isaac, who she split with this time last year." They went on to add, “She has been messaging him again but she has been out of the country for the last few weeks so they haven’t seen each other.” All of this had fans upset that she was breaking her own 'New Rules about exes!
Dua told Billboard magazine she, "wanted to show women looking after each other and that we have each other's backs".
She said: "It's the breakup song that I wish I had when I was breaking up with someone.
I wonder if you have any “dating rules” or possibly “dress code” rules in place.
Many readers of this blog have very young daughters and you have not even thought of such things. Press On Alan Smyth PS: June 15 will be another Father/Daughter seminar delivered by Alan Smyth and Kristy Fox at Real Life Church. PSS: You can follow this project on twitter at @2cor618 “Rules” are protected under applicable copywrite laws Posts Website I have been married to Sharon for 33 years.
Dressing as if no one in their life was speaking any wisdom into their lives.
Dua kept rubbing her body against his as they closely danced together – with the pair even holding hands.” Sounds like this was all rumours though.
DUA Lipa is riding high following a string of successful hit songs. It reached number one in the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium (Flanders), Ireland, Israel and Romania.
She performed her chart-topping single New Rules at the Brit Awards - but what is the song about? The song also entered the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming the singer's third entry on the chart and peaking at number six - making it her first top 10 in the country.
And I know my daughter would be better off as well!
If you are interested in getting the shirt that these rules was turned into, please go to hit “shop the MFD store” In all seriousness (not that those are not serious) I wonder what rules you have in place for your daughter?