Rihanna's mystery man revealed as Saudi businessman

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Well, it turns out his name is Hassan Jameel, and he's a very, VERY rich Saudi businessman.

Entertainment Tonight reports that during the "Diamonds" singer's vacation in Spain, she has been photographed by the paparazzi spending time with a new man.

The 47-year old supermodel then said that everything's fine between her and Rihanna, but it was followed by a seemingly subtle shade as she said that "she's an actress now" followed by a smirk.

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A source claims their relationship is "the real deal".

Hassan is the deputy president and vice chairman of family business Abdul Latif Jameel - who own the rights to sell Toyota cars in Saudi Arabia. "They're really enjoying each others' company".

There was a brief respite from the usual Twitter sludge late Tuesday, when a set of photos emerged of Rihanna enjoying herself in a pool with a-to use the preferred tabloid term-"mystery man". (Hassan will eventually inherit the family's $1.5 billion fortune, allegedly.) Sounds pretty good!

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Hassan is thought to be a close pal of Naomi Campbell and the pair were seen together watching Stevie Wonder perform at last year's (16) British Summer Time Festival in London's Hyde Park.

This is Rihanna's first publicised romance in awhile, after dating Drake and reportedly being linked to Leonardo DiCaprio and Travis Scott in 2015.

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