Dua Lipa poses in New York snow storm after splitting from boyfriend Anwar Hadid in December

‘Everything is totally fine’: Dua Lipa insists she is OK while posing in New York snow storm after splitting from boyfriend Anwar Hadid in December










She split from boyfriend Anwar Hadid last month after struggling with being kept apart due to their busy schedules.

But taking to Instagram on Sunday, a typically stylish Dua Lipa, 26, insisted ‘everything is totally fine’ while slouched on a snow-covered bench in New York.

The popstar kept the cold at bay beneath a leather trench coat and tucked her raven tresses into a luxury head scarf.

Doing fine: Taking to Instagram on Sunday, a typically stylish Dua Lipa, 26, insisted 'everything is totally fine' while slouched on a snow-covered bench in New York

Doing fine: Taking to Instagram on Sunday, a typically stylish Dua Lipa, 26, insisted ‘everything is totally fine’ while slouched on a snow-covered bench in New York

Split: She split from boyfriend Anwar Hadid last month after struggling with being kept apart due to their busy schedules

Split: She split from boyfriend Anwar Hadid last month after struggling with being kept apart due to their busy schedules

Wearing chunky black boots perfect for stomping through the snow, Dua protected her face from the subzero temperatures with an oversized pair of sunglasses.

The hit-maker also showed off her immaculate lilac manicure.

On Sunday, New York City woke up blanketed in snow from the city’s first major storm of the season.

National Weather Service reported snowfall of 1 to 2 inches per hour, with some parts of the city at up to 8 inches overnight.

Stylish: The popstar kept the cold at bay beneath a leather trench coat and tucked her raven tresses into a luxury head scarf

Stylish: The popstar kept the cold at bay beneath a leather trench coat and tucked her raven tresses into a luxury head scarf

Caption: Dua captioned her post: 'Everything is totally fine'

Caption: Dua captioned her post: ‘Everything is totally fine’

It comes after Dua lauded her ‘tight’ circle of family and friends for keeping her grounded as she graced the digital cover of WSJ. Magazine.

The chart-topper stated that despite her superstar status, she feels ‘comforted’ that ‘no one really, truly knows what happens behind closed doors,’ and ‘not everything is out there,’ after it was reported she’d split from boyfriend of two years Anwar.

Dua, who is about to kick off her Future Nostalgia tour, also revealed that despite spending much of her life in the UK, her Kosova heritage is ‘a big part of who she is.’

Big freeze: On Sunday, New York City woke up blanketed in snow from the city's first major storm of the season

Big freeze: On Sunday, New York City woke up blanketed in snow from the city’s first major storm of the season

Speaking to the publication to promote her podcast and newsletter, Dua explained that despite interest in her love life, she’s managed to keep many things private.

She said: ‘Something that I’ve realized over time is how little people actually know. I’ve made peace with the fact that people can think what they want to think, but no one really, truly knows what’s happening behind closed doors.

‘My circle’s really tight, my family and my friends keep me so grounded, and it gives me some kind of comfort that not everything is out there that would take away from your life and privacy.’

Close pals: It comes after Dua lauded her 'tight' circle of family and friends for keeping her grounded as she graced the digital cover of WSJ.  Magazine

Close pals: It comes after Dua lauded her ‘tight’ circle of family and friends for keeping her grounded as she graced the digital cover of WSJ. Magazine

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