By Daily Mail Reporter
Don't you look pleased with yourself! Renee Zellweger gets coffee with a male friend at Starbucks in Santa Monica
With a wide smile on her face, Renée Zellweger looked more than happy to be photographed with her male friend today.
Perhaps she her ex-boyfriend Bradley Cooper in mind.
Last week, barely two months after they ended their relationship, he was photographed draped all over young actress Olivia Wilde.
So if Renée was feeling pleased with herself she had every excuse as she dropped into Starbucks in Santa Monica with her friend.
Cooper, 36, was seen putting on a touchy-feely display with 27-year-old Olivia at the after-party for the screening of The Hangover Part II in New York on Monday.
The Tron actress is 15 years younger than Renée.
Dressed down: Renée's ex-boyfriend Bradley Cooper has been seen flirting with young actress Olivia Wilde
Renée and Cooper split in March after nearly two years together, apparently because he wanted to concentrate on his career rather than a relationship.
A friend said at the time: 'If I had to pick any possible mistress it would be Brad's career. He worked really hard to get into leading man status.'
But other reports suggested Cooper's constant stalling on their marriage plans may have been behind their split.
No longer together: While Renée was in Santa Monica, Bradley Cooper was watching the French Open yesterday
It was even reported that the couple were set to elope in July last year and Renee had bought a $15,000 Carolina Herrera bridal gown.
A source close to the 41-year-old actress said: 'Her and Bradley were going to elope last July which is why she had the dress, but he kept pushing it back as his dad was ill'.
Cooper's father Charles, 71, died in January and Renee pulled out of her presenting duties at the Golden Globes at the last minute to support her partner.
The insider added: 'Things were OK until she raised the subject of the wedding.
'They got into a huge row and Bradley started bringing up issues in the relationship, like her apparent obsession with exercise.'