We all know how great an actor and philanthropist Leonardo DiCaprio is. But behind the scenes, what do fans know about him? For all of you who are wondering about his relationship status, well he’s living a great life with her real-life leading lady and their love for each other is stronger than ever.
The Oscar awardee and his steady girlfriend for three years now, Camila Morrone, are still a couple. They were romantically linked three years ago after they were spotted together in December 2017.
A source told E! News that the 46-year-old actor and the 23-year-old actress are going strong. The source revealed, “Leo and Cami are still going strong and doing really well. He’s very cozy with Cami and they’re serious.”
As a matter of fact, the two of them are living together. The source explained, “He is filming right now, but Leo has been settling into this domestic life with Cami, as opposed to all the time he used to spend out with his boys. He does really like his life with her and they’re a lot more coupley than they used to be.”
Only recently, the Titanic star and the Daisy Jones & The Six actress were seen spending time together at Nobu in Malibu, California in October. A few months earlier in April, they were also spotted walking their dog together in Los Angeles.
Leonardo and Cami have been keeping their romantic lives private. Many fans notice their age gap, too. In fact, Cami addressed their 23 years age difference during an in December last year.
She told the Los Angeles Times, “There’s so many relationships in Hollywood—and in the history of the world—where people have large age gaps. I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.”
The actress admitted being curious about their relationship but she made it clear that she wants to remain her own person despite the fact that she has a megastar boyfriend.
According to the actress, she feels that a person must always have an identity besides who that person is dating. She added, “I understand the association, but I’m confident that will continue to slip away and be less of a conversation.”