Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold out again with Jude Law's daughter Iris in Monaco

Trent Alexander-Arnold walks in the Pitlane during qualifying ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco at Circuit de Monaco on May 25, 2024 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
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Trent Alexander-Arnold has been seen with Jude Law's daughter Iris for a second time. The pair have spent time together in Monaco this weekend.

A co-owner of Alpine Racing along with a host of other celebrities, Liverpool defender Alexander-Arnold is in attendance for the Monaco Grand Prix, the glamor event of the F1 calendar. He has also found time to share his views on incoming manager Arne Slot.

Meanwhile, he's again been spending time with Iris Law, the model daughter of actor Jude. The pair were first seen together in Notting Hill at the start of the month, and now, per the Daily Mail, have enjoyed dinner together at Monte Carlo's Cipriani restaurant.

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After that, it's believed they boarded a yacht moored in Port Hercule. Immortalized in GoldenEye, the harbor contains many multi-million-dollar vessels.

Alexander-Arnold faces a pivotal period back at Liverpool. The vice-captain is entering the final year of his contract, and the club will be determined to get him to commit to a new long-term deal.

Before that, the full-back has Euro 2024 to think about. One of four players included in Gareth Southgate's provisional squad, alongside Curtis Jones, Joe Gomez and Jarell Quansah, he is expected to make the final cut.

How much game time Southgate affords Alexander-Arnold remains to be seen. He has been named as a midfielder on the official squad list, with the manager seemingly keen to continue with that experiment.

No doubt eyes will be on Germany this summer to see if Law is in attendance at all. England kicks off its campaign on June 16.