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Cameron Diaz cuts a lonely figure as she takes a solitary swim in Hawaii June 6, 2009

Filed under: Celebrities News — sexycelebritymodels @ 1:03 am

By Daily Mail Reporter

Unlucky in love Cameron Diaz looked glum as she took a dip in Hawaii in the wake of her split with British model Paul Sculfor.

The actress, who split with the former brickie earlier this month, appears to be holidaying alone in the spot popular with honeymoon couples.

Looking tanned and toned, the 36-year-old wore a tiny green frilled bikini which left little to the imagination.

And it seemed to be causing her problems as she constantly fiddled with the bottoms as she waded in the clear waters.

There was no sign of Adam Levine, lead singer with Maroon 5, who she was spotted lunching with last week.

The pair dined together at the Chateau Marmont sparking rumours of a budding new romance.

The Hollywood actress, who turns 37 in August, ended her year-long relationship with former Essex bricklayer after she refused to move to the UK.

She recently spoke to Parade magazine about her views on love, saying: ‘I think that what I’ve found, in my experience, is that you always find the person who you’re meant to be with at that time in your life.

And what I’ve also found is that you have to move on from those people at certain times, because that’s the way it happens.’

And she said she doesn’t mind approaching 40: ‘I don’t have a problem with growing older.

‘I really don’t. I have no problem with it. It’s wonderful. Thank God we get older because if we’re not getting older, we’re dead.’

Prior to her relationship with Sculfor, she briefly dated singer John Mayer and had a four-year relationship with Justin Timberlake. They were often pictured laughing together in the sea as they surfed.

Sculfor was with Jennifer Aniston for a few months in 2007.

Cameron is due to begin promoting her new film, My Sister’s Keeper, in the next few weeks.

And she has already signed up to another movie called Swingles, with Zach Braff.


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