The Bachelorette fan favorite was spotted leaving Hadid's apartment on Monday, less than two weeks after their back-to-back dates in New York City.
An eyewitness tells ET that Cameron, 26, left the 24-year-old model's building at 6 p.m. on Monday. The Florida-based contractor and model -- dressed casually in a T-shirt and shorts -- was all smiles as he bumped into a friend along the way to his next destination that night. Hadid, meanwhile, left her building just 45 minutes later, as she met up with friends and went to a house in SoHo.
Another eyewitness tells ET that Hadid was seen walking through Soho around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday and headed to Justin Theroux’s new bar Ray’s. Cameron and Hadid's friends were already at the bar waiting for her. At one point they got hungry and sent one of her friends to grab a pizza outside that had been delivered. They stayed at Ray’s for about two hours and left as a group.
The eyewitness added, “Gigi and Tyler were walking together. They didn’t hold hands, but it was clear they were together. There is a connection there for sure. Gigi was smiling more last night than she has in a while. She looks really happy and calm with Tyler around. It’s like she is herself around him.” The group hopped into a cab together and headed to another bar in the area. They left an hour later and Gigi and Tyler headed back to her place at the end of the night.
Cameron's meet-up with Hadid came just hours before Hannah Brown shared an emotional post about her struggles after The Bachelorette. The 24-year-old beauty queen -- who asked Cameron out for a drink on her season finale two weeks ago, and then spent the night with him days before he left to NYC to see Hadid -- said she's having a hard time with how much her life has changed over the past year.
"Honest policy: I’m struggling. Life is so different. Since last August, I’ve been a pageant queen, a bachelor contestant, and the Bachelorette. I’ve been in love with multiple people, I got engaged, I broke off an engagement, and I shared it all with millions of people. My faith has been questioned by thousands who don’t know my heart, and my transparency with my decisions has labeled me promiscuous," she wrote on Instagram on Monday night.
"Maybe I needed to write this out to remind myself I’m human and it’s okay to be overwhelmed. And maybe, I just needed to remind you guys too," she added. "I’m not going to struggle to disguise my weakness -- I’m just gonna give over the keys to my main man Jesus and let him bless me through this ride. Isaiah 54:10."
Interestingly, Cameron's mom has been defending Brown after her Instagram post and shutting down trolls for leaving "rude" comments. After Cameron's first date with Hadid, Brown told ET that she still had "feelings" for him, but that both he and she were free to do as they pleased as single people.
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