Leo DiCaprio spent Thanksgiving on a South Carolina plantation with Nina Agdal


The other day, I was doing the links and I included something about Nina Agdal and I realized that we hadn’t heard anything about Nina and Leonardo DiCaprio in a while. I wondered aloud if they were even still together. Well, it looks like they are. They reportedly spent Thanksgiving together… in Charleston, South Carolina. Nina and Leo have known each other for years, and this go-around isn’t their first, although this one seems to have “stuck” for a lot longer than their previous hookups. Allegedly, they’ve been happening since mid-to-late summer, and the fact that they spent Thanksgiving together – in a bigger group, but still – says that he might be a little bit serious about Nina?

Leonardo DiCaprio and Nina Agdal are trying to lie low while spending Thanksgiving in Charleston, S.C. The actor and his model girlfriend were seen having lunch this week at local restaurant Butcher & Bee with a group of six pals.

According to the Charleston Post & Courier, DiCaprio took a photo with a guest, who reported, “He obliged … although he wasn’t excited about it.”

Another fan, who wasn’t lucky enough to get a pic, posted an image of the pair taken on security footage.

“When Leo and Nina show up at your office and won’t let you get a selfie with them. Had to resort to security camera stalking,” said a caption.

[From Page Six]

The Post & Courier had a more detailed account of Leo’s lunch trip here. The paper also notes that it was believed that Leo and his group were spending the Thanksgiving holiday “at a plantation in the Lowcountry.” I’m sure some people will be shocked by the very idea of that, but honestly… it’s not shocking at all if you live in the South. You can’t go ten miles in any direction without running into A) a plantation, B) some Civil War battlefield, or C) some terrible reminder of the Civil War, anything involving the civil rights movement or slavery in general. I would assume that the “plantation” is probably a really old-but-renovated Southern mansion that now operates as a modern hotel or rental property. Although if you want to start a rumor that Leo Loves Plantation Life, I’ll go along with it. As for Leo and Nina… we’ll see. I tend to think he’ll be done with her by next spring, but you never know. The Victoria’s Secret holiday show is coming up, he may want to be a free agent and browse the merchandise a lot sooner.


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  1. paolanqar says:

    I loved his documentary. Big eye opener if you ask me.
    Everybody should watch it.

    • Jess says:

      It was extremely eye opening, and gut wrenching! I’ve started to look at ingredients before I buy, especially looking for palm oil. I considered myself pretty green until I saw the documentary, but I was oblivious. I’m shocked that some people think climate change is a hoax, it’s science and facts for crying out loud.

      I liked how Leo admitted his carbon footprint is bigger than most, and how he struggles with that. I had just said to my husband how Leo would probably fly out of these places on his private jet to go sail on a private yacht, so it’s nice that at least he knows it’s hypocritical.

      • Fanny says:

        I bet the other producers realized it was necessary for Leo to give a nod to the elephant in the room, which is his own notorious overconsumption.

        I’m grateful for the documentary, but what he preaches is that combating climate change requires all of us to change some of our habits and give up some of our conveniences. And there he is a prime example of someone who is completely unwilling to give up any of his luxuries or conveniences.

        He used to talk incessantly about doing his part by driving a prius (as if that is a huge sacrifice) but these women in Charleston said he and his “entourage” arrived in an SUV…

      • Nicole says:

        I agree. Saw pics of the SUV from someone in Charleston. He doesn’t walk the walk.

      • emilybyrd says:

        yeah. leo is fine telling us what’s going on with climate change so that ALL OF US change our ways, but no way is he going to change his. this is a case of the absolute wrong messenger for a really important message.

  2. Senaber says:

    I nominate Leo to advocate for the environment with Herr Drumpf. Someone has to do it. Herr Drumpf will love it bigly. It will be tremendous.

  3. huh says:

    Blake Lively just creamed her pants at the sound of Plantation.

  4. huh says:

    Blake Lively just creamed her panties at the sound of Plantation.

  5. huh says:

    Blake Lively just creamed her panties at the mention of Plantation.

  6. MellyMel says:

    There are five plantations in my area and they’re all museums, restaurants and/or rental spaces. It’s a normal thing down here. Not shocking at all. He shouldn’t get any hate for it.

    • Nik says:

      Who said he was getting hate for this?

    • Nik says:

      Yeah it appears I actually comprehend what it said

    • WTF says:

      I live in Alabama and I would (and have) thrown shade at anyone that patronizes these renovated “plantations”. I find it appalling. A lot of things in the south are “tradition”, civil war reenactment, confederate flags, the way university of Alabama continues to have all white sorority and fraternity houses with all black service staffs – with annual antebellum balls where they dress up in basically slave era costumes.
      So uh yeah. I’m throwing hella shade.

      • Nicole says:

        And we don’t do that in Savannah so back off. I have been to one plantation, Wormsloe. On a field trip. Couldn’t really not go at 6. My parents were working.

  7. dee says:

    First Lady Michelle Obama’s great-great-grandfather, Jim Robinson, is said in family oral history to have lived on Friendfield Plantation near the city of Georgetown. The property, on sale for $20 million, still has standing slave houses.

    • Chinoiserie says:

      That is interesting but do you see it as a problem? They are history and should not be get rid off.

  8. Nicole says:

    If those things were taken away then my city would have nothing. We can’t help where we are born and raised. Doesn’t mean we believe the world should still be that way.

  9. Nicole says:

    I live in Savannah. We have hotels.

  10. sara says:

    As a black person, I couldn’t sleep in a house that I knew was once a slave planation.
    They shouldn’t be hotels. If they have to be there, they should be museums to remind some Americans how awful some of their ancestors were. imo.

    • Nicole says:

      Plantations in Savannah aren’t hotels. They actually are museums. Now Charleston, that’s where the rich folk keep those things going and I quite agree, it’s disgusting.
      Also, Savannah has the first African Baptist Church in America which was quite active in the underground railroad. We have 1 plantation. This city is the oldest city in the country. I am saying we can’t take away our cobbled streets and squares downtown.

      • Hazel says:

        Those fine houses in Savannah were originally staffed by slaves, and supported by the money made from plantations, as were all the civic buildings you see along the riverfront. Savannah was built on shipping the cotton from those plantations, and bringing the rum in from the islands.

      • Nicole says:

        You think I do NOT know that? Of course I do but you can’t change history or you repeat. Look downthread.

  11. Renee2 says:

    If we are having discussions about how we shouldn’t normalize Trump, then we shouldn’t normalize plantations. It’s like having a bnb or a wedding at Auschwitz or the site of a former internment camp. The fact that people are so blasé about them illustrates how dismissive people are about anti-Black racism in the United States.

    • alecsma says:

      Wow! I love the way you put this. I’d never thought of it that way but you’re right. Thanks for the eye opener.

  12. Chef Grace says:

    When you start ignoring history, you repeat it.

    • Nicole says:

      It is actually those who forget history are doomed to repeat it, but I agree. Being from down here it is quite hard, but it is possible for all of us to live and work together. We do it everyday down here. That does NOT mean racism isn’t rampant and real.

  13. Chef Grace says:

    I stand corrected. I live in Texas and even though we are not true south, I get what you’re saying.

  14. Shana says:

    Last until next Spring? On what planet? I’ll wait for fingers to pointed towards the sky in whichever direction. This is just another one of Leo’s “June through December girlfriend Tours.” No more or less. To continually keep talking about them as though they’re some “Match Made in Heaven” that’s going to stand the test of time until whenever, is comical. They won’t! Based on body language there’s absolutely no chemistry between the two which further clarifies her as s no more than a FWB that he “allows” to travel with him (every now and then) for bed-down purposes and probably is still with her because she’s one of those “just give me a chance…I’m a fun person” types. The latter is written all over her! And if you need more proof of how this is going to end, look at the last “girlfriend” name Kelly who got more than this Nina chick did–which included events, papped bike rides, hand holding in public, pictures with the in laws, his birthday and Thanksgiving but still got dumped. Nina has received less than that….you think she’s going to last longer than Kelly did? Okay. This fake-lationship is going to come to a close.

    • Nicole says:

      I think Kelly got what she wanted though. A role in the new Baywatch. How exhilarating! You are right on, for sure. Is this the narrative now? As he ages, he wants to ‘find’ love?

      • Shana says:

        My comment will show up one day lol. But in a nutshell I’m basically I’m saying: Kelly only “appears” to have what she wants…but it won’t last. And as for Leonardo’s narrative as for now? It’ll change when he changes….and love will probably follow in the most oddest place at the most random time. But this whole Leo/Nina thing, needs to be put to rest. it’s not nothing.

    • Shepp says:

      How do you know it wasn’t Kelly who dumped Leo, the man child? Maybe she didn’t like dating a 40 something year old man who still lives like a frat boy with an entourage they personally deemed the pussy posse?

      • Shana says:

        Lol, please. Kelly, like the rest, would have stayed if they were “allowed” too. As I said to Nicole, the tickets expired. And Leonardo might “act” like a “frat boy,” but he’s not “blindsided” like he’s portrayed in the media. I mean, you can’t have done all that he’s accomplished and not be aware of things. And eventually, this acclaimed “pussy posse” will be put to rest…he won’t always be with them.

  15. Barrett says:

    Nina and Leo smoke. So dumb. Whatever w climate issues, stop puffing and pilluting!!

  16. Ms. Turtle says:

    Jen Meyer was also there with her children. So does that mean Tobey was there too? I know they’re separated but maybe they’re doing GOOP styles divorcing. Jen being there with her little kids makes it sound much more familial and less model-y.

    • Nicole says:

      I didn’t write about her because of the kids. I think she’s awesome. My friends didn’t see Tobes.