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Paul Sculfor Confirms Separation From Cameron Diaz

June 4, 2009 (7:39 am) GMT
While Cameron Diaz has not yet confirmed her separation from Paul Sculfor, the model himself has admitted that they are no longer together, adding their split was amicable.
Paul Sculfor Confirms Separation From Cameron Diaz

British model Paul Sculfor has confirmed that he and have ended their love relationship. Claiming their split was amicable, he says he and the movie beauty are still friends despite the fact that they are no longer a couple.

"I'm very single and happy. Cameron and I are still friends. I'll be going back to the States soon - I don't know if I'll get the chance to meet her as I'm so busy I don't know what I'm doing," he admits. Cameron herself remains silent on the just-confirmed separation.

Fueling dating rumors in 2008, Cameron Diaz and Paul Sculfor made their first outing as a couple in June the same year when they were seen having a dinner date at Santa Monica's Il Ristorante di Giorgio Baldi. Since that time, the pair was often seen engaging in numerous public display of affection.

In early January 2009, they were reported planning to tie the knot. The following month, they were said scouting round for wedding venue. Despite the claims, the pair reportedly broke up in May due to what was cited as hectic schedules.

And while Paul is enjoying his single life, Cameron most recently was rumored dating 's lead singer . The alleged lovers were videotaped enjoying an afternoon for two at the Chateau Marmont garden restaurant on Saturday, May 16.

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