Shane Warne's new lady love

ANDREW HORNERY
Last updated 11:04 30/05/2014
Shane Warne
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OUT WITH THE OLD: Shane Warne's latest model, 30-year-old Emily Scott.

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When it comes to girlfriends, there is no denying Shane Warne certainly has a type: curvaceous beauties with a penchant for wearing revealing bikinis.

Enter stage left Warnie's latest girlfriend: 30-year-old men's magazine beauty Emily Scott, who also describes herself as an "international DJ".

The pair have been dating for several weeks, Scott turning up last week at Warne's Club 23 in Melbourne and posing with the cricketer, and again by his side in Sydney at Wednesday night's 50th birthday party for Jeff Fenech.

Scott is 14 years younger than Warne, and 18 years younger than Warne's previous girlfriend and fiancee, British socialite Liz Hurley.

Hurley and Warne caused a media sensation when they began dating, the lenses of the world's media never far when the pair made outings in public.

However the couple's relationship ended last year amid rumours Warne had been texting other women, both parties airing their private laundry via their Twitter feeds with cryptic messages relating to events in their personal lives, the sort of fodder that has gossip columnists in a lather as they try to decipher their meaning.

So far Warne has been uncharacteristically quiet on his social media front when it comes to Scott, though that could now change given the couple were reportedly "happy" to pose together for photographers at Fenech's birthday bash.

Another shot from Emily Scott's Instagram...

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- Sydney Morning Herald

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