Cody Simpson, Gigi Hadid

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What could be worse than flying with a crying baby seated near you? Maybe flying with your ex sitting right next to you.

Luckily, it didn't seem like things were too awkward when that very thing happened to recent exes Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson. The singer seemed comfortable enough to make light of the slightly unfavorable situation by taking a funny picture of himself with Gigi sitting next to him for Snapchat.

He wrote, "when you get seated next to ur ex on a plan" with a skull face emoji. Yikes! LOL.

While this scenario may seem hellish for some, these two have continuously stated that they maintain a close bond and friendship despite their romantic relationship going kaput.

As the model's rep told E! News when they broke up in May, they "remain friends with no hard feelings and each others's biggest supporters." Post-breakup, Cody's sister Alli Simpson told E! News that her brother and Gigi still "care about each other immensely" and even continue to see each other's families.

Since the split, Hadid was spotted on several outings with Joe Jonas, who E! News has confirmed is the blond beauty's new beau. They even have a new couple nickname already—say hello to G.I. Joe! So clev.

Meanwhile, Simpson has been focused on himself, telling E! News recently, "I'm 18 years old, and I'm sort of going through that time in my life where I'm like a different person every week.

He continued, "You know, when you're going through the phases of being young and discovering yourself and uncovering all the layers, basically. Being by myself has just freed up space for me to actually by myself as opposite to half of somebody else."

—Reporting by Liza Rubin

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