Ada haunted by her past

Will a party pash from the Home And Away star’s past ruin her re­la­tion­ship?

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It’s been over a year since Ada Ni­code­mou fi­nally con­firmed she was dat­ing mil­lion­aire busi­ness­man Adam Rigby. But last week the cute cou­ple’s love bub­ble was burst af­ter ex­plo­sive footage emerged of the Home And Away star kiss­ing a mys­tery man in Mykonos. Now, friends have their fingers crossed it doesn’t de­rail their pic­tureper­fect re­la­tion­ship for good!

The video, which was taken in Au­gust last year while Ada was vis­it­ing the Greek party isle with some of her Home And Away co-stars, shows the bikini-clad ac­tress pas­sion­ately kiss­ing the tat­tooed man dur­ing a day party at Su­per Par­adise night­club. Ada is also seen danc­ing with a fe­male friend in the clip.

“Ada was hav­ing a great time and looked like she didn’t have a care in the world,” an on­looker claims.

Ada – who shares six-year-old son Johnas with ex-hus­band Chrys Xipoli­tas – and Adam were first linked to­gether in Novem­ber 2016, 10 months be­fore her trip to Greece. The pair met at a Seven work func­tion, with Ada re­veal­ing at this year’s Lo­gies, “He had no idea who I was. It’s kind of cool though, right? I like that he had no idea about the show.”

How­ever, it’s not known if they were ex­clu­sively dat­ing at the time of her Euro­pean hol­i­day.

“Adam loves and trusts Ada com­pletely, and re­spects her so much,” claims a source. “But some­thing like this could bring chal­lenges to their re­la­tion­ship.”

While 41-year-old Ada hadn’t com­mented on the footage at the time of press, just days be­fore it was pub­lished she took to In­sta­gram to re­mind her fol­low­ers Adam was her “dream man”.

She also shared an in­spi­ra­tional quote on Novem­ber 20 – one day be­fore the footage was re­leased – which read, “Not car­ing what other peo­ple think is the best choice you will ever make”.

‘Ada looked like she didn’t have a care in the world’

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