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Gigi Hadid Posts a Sweet Throwback Photo with Zayn Malik

Gigi Hadid Posts a Sweet Throwback Photo with Zayn Malik

The nostalgic snap features the couple kissing in front of a Christmas tree.

  • Early today, supermodel Gigi Hadid posted a series of “(oldie) camera roll finds” to her Instagram, including a sweet picture of her and boyfriend Zayn Malik cozied up in front of a Christmas tree.
  • Amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, she encouraged followers to “#stayhome” in the caption.

Every day is Throwback Thursday when we’re all stuck inside and can’t post new content. Gigi Hadid took to Instagram earlier today to post her own series of throwback photos, including a selfie in a golden face mask, a POV shot while she rides horseback, and—sweetest of all—a flick of her and beau Zayn Malik kissing in front of a Christmas tree.

“(Oldie) camera roll finds ! 💛,” the model wrote in the caption. She also encouraged her millions of followers to continue their self-quarantine during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, adding at the end, “#stayhome.”

In the photo of her and Malik, the couple color-coordinated with hints of red. Malik’s outfit featured bright red stripes on his sweater and the sides of his pants, while Hadid wore a red crop top underneath an oversized blazer. The former One Direction member wrapped his arms around the model’s neck while the two puckered up for the camera.

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(oldie) camera roll finds ! 💛 #stayhome

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Hadid also posted some snaps from life on her farm, including a video of her pony and two baby goats frolicking in a fenced yard.

In our April cover story, Hadid opened up to pal Kendall Jenner about what she has learned while living on a farm.

“The farm has really made me remember, and bring back to my life, my most simple pleasures,” she says. “It’s allowed me to fill my days off with the little things that make me happy, like art, gardening, yoga, cooking, being outside, and spending time with my loved ones and animals without having to worry about things like what I’m wearing or how my hair looks, or being photographed or seen that day. Being away from the city and the public eye makes me feel like a kid again, and that freedom has been really healing for me.”