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Liz Hurley and Shane Warne Dating?

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English model Liz Hurley and former Australian cricketer, Shane Warne look set to confirm the rumors that are dating. Both of them this week announced they had split from their respective spouses. That leaves the way clear for Liz and Shane to pursue what is quickly beginning to look like a new romance. Last week, the couple spent two nights together in Warne’s suite at a London hotel as he is in the UK to film interviews for ‘Warnie’, his new TV series. That is the latest in a string of dates on which the pair have been seen recently.

Liz Hurley announced her split from husband, Arun Nayar, a businessman, on Sunday, although she said that the split had actually occurred a few months before. She is probably best known for dating actor Hugh Grant for several years and for wearing revealing clothes during the height of her modeling career. Her outfits have famously included a dress held together only by giant safety pins. These days, though, Liz prefers the quiet life of a Gloucestershire organic farm with her 8 year old son.

Just hours after Liz revealed her marital split, Warne announced that he and wife, Simone, had also split amicably. He stressed that they remained friends and committed to jointly raising their children. Warne chose to make his announcement of a split that occurred ‘a while ago’ through his official website, and Hurley used the newly popular favorite avenue of Twitter to release the news. It seems that is where their relationship developed, swapping Tweets.

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