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Devoted Instagram boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone have damaged up, individuals reported on Tuesday.
Although DiCaprio and Morrone—a model-actor who has appeared in movies like Dying Want and Bukowski—had been first linked in 2017, they reportedly started relationship a 12 months later, when DiCaprio was 44 and Morrone was 21. The 2 remained intensely non-public about their relationship, ultimately making their public debut as a pair on the 2020 Oscars. Issues appeared to maneuver rapidly from there: An insider instructed individuals in 2019 that the pair was “fairly critical,” and throughout the pandemic, one other supply claimed DiCaprio “loves being with” Morrone, and that the couple “spent 24/7” collectively throughout lockdown. (They even adopted pandemic huskies.) Most just lately, DiCaprio and Morrone had been noticed celebrating the Fourth of July collectively in Los Angeles.
Over the course of their four-year relationship, a lot has been manufactured from DiCaprio and Morrone’s 22-year age hole. That is largely due to DiCaprio’s doubtful relationship patterns: The actor, now 47, has earned himself a status for relationship “disturbingly younger” ladies, and has displayed an penchant for ending these relationships when stated younger girlfriends flip 25. For her half, Morrone has vocalized her discomfort over the age-gap criticism, telling the Los Angeles instances in 2019: “There’s so many relationships in Hollywood — and within the historical past of the world — the place individuals have massive age gaps. I simply assume anybody ought to be capable to date who they wish to date.” (Judging by the variety of males in Hollywood who’ve overtly dated underage ladies with out recourse, I have to disagree with that blanket assertion.)
Neither Morrone nor DiCaprio has commented on the alleged cut up or the reasoning behind it. That stated, and within the spirit of pure, pure hypothesis, Morrone did simply flip 25 this June. Do with that what you’ll.