Leo DiCaprio & Camila Morrone ‘seem pretty serious,’ it’s not ‘a casual relationship’

Leonardo DiCaprio hangs out with girlfriend Camila Morrone in the West Village

LOL. Just… lol. Leonardo DiCaprio has been Camila Morrone for a few years. Their relationship has seemed pretty stable, considering Leo’s romantic history. Leo seemed to go through a phase of one-year long relationships with 24-year-olds, all of whom got dumped as soon as they aged out of his “under 25 only” Girlfriend Experience. He tried something “new” with Camila – she’s not a Victoria’s Secret model, she’s not blonde, she’s not American or Brazilian or Israeli. She’s a 22-year-old brunette from Argentina. She’s more an actress than a model, although of course she models. Leo is literally twice her age. And fam, he’s not going to marry her. He’ll stay with her, probably for another year, maybe longer (she’s not 25 yet!). He likes her a lot. He’s happy with her. But he’s not going to marry her.

Are there future wedding bells ringing for Leonardo DiCaprio? The Oscar-winning actor, 44, and his girlfriend Camila Morrone, 22, are closer than ever despite their age gap, a source tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue.

“They seem pretty serious,” says the insider. “It’s definitely not a casual relationship. Camila spends a lot of time at his house.”

The couple also travels frequently together, attending Coachella and, later, the Cannes Film Festival where DiCaprio debuted his upcoming Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

“Camila is long known as Leo’s girlfriend. And Leo introduced her to both of his parents long ago,” adds the source. DiCaprio and Morrone, a model, haven’t shied away from going on outings together. The two were photographed walking hand-in-hand while in New York City in May.

[From People]

Kelly Rohrbach thought she was the one too, and she and her publicist pushed a few of these stories to People, Page Six and the like back then as well. And she was still handed her walking papers on her 25th birthday. As I said, I think Leo really likes Camila. But… let’s be real. He won’t let her move into his place, everything is done on his schedule and his needs and whenever they do break up, he’ll have a new blonde girlfriend in a matter of days. I guess Leo needed to sell Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to the People Mag readers who want to believe that he’ll eventually settle down.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Camilla Morrone attend the Paris Saint-Germain vs Liverpool match in Paris

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  1. Erinn says:

    I suspect he’ll probably go the way of Clooney. He’s a serial dater – you’d think someone with the kind of playboy kind of reputation he has wouldn’t be interested in long term relationships. But he seems to constantly be in a semi-serious relationship. If it’s not this woman, he’ll hit his 50’s and the idea of a typical family MIGHT appeal to him more. Not saying that everyone does or should change their mind – that’s just the vibe I get from him.

    • Millenial says:

      That’s the vibe I get, too.

    • Div says:

      I know we’re not supposed to bring this sort of thing up anymore, but I don’t think he’s exactly like Clooney. George dated younger women, for sure, but not scandalously young and they seemed like…actual relationships for the most part where the women lived with him and accompanied him to most events. George also didn’t have a Lukas Haas with him everywhere he went 24/7, even on vacays with his gfs, like Leo.

      • Eliza says:

        George’s girlfriend’s were slightly more age appropriate, they lived together, went to premieres together. He shared his life with them.

        Leo, well, they can come to a basketball game. Or party with his creepy friends.

      • Diplomanatee says:

        George definitely doesn’t have a Lucas, but he has a Rande.

    • Pixie says:

      I’m not sure I get Clooney vibes. I think Jack Nicholson is more likely. He is a serial monogamist, but I don’t see him ever changing his lifestyle and marrying an English humanitarian lawyer. I think he is just going to keep dating young models turned actresses until he hits 50, and then he miiight just date a 29 year old former model turned lifestyle blogger to shake things up.

      • DS9 says:

        I think Jack is a perfect analogy. Leo’s just decided not to marry and mess it all up.

        And while it’s undeniably skeevy that he dates such young women, I think part of it is because they aren’t ready to marry, whether they think it or not. And they have nominal careers where a pregnancy would stunt their aspirations just a bit.

        He’s deliberately picking women he can justify keeping away arms length.

        I won’t believe he’s at risk of marrying until he dates a woman over 29

      • Eliza says:

        Jack is divorced. And was with one GF for nearly 20 years. He didn’t only date 20-25yos.

    • Boxy Lady says:

      Let’s not forget that Clooney married the 1st time when he was in his 20s.

  2. Michael says:

    Hopefully she is getting what she needs from this relationship. I am a guy and I have never understood what women see in Leo. He is a very good actor in the right role but he does not strike me as particularly smart or charismatic or even nice. Guess it’s one of those things I will never get

    • Spikey says:

      Michael, believe me, many women don’t get it either. I absolute agree with your assessment.

      • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

        I second this comment!

      • Myrtle says:

        I third!

      • smcollins says:

        You can add me to the list, too. He’s a great actor and I’m rarely disappointed with any movie he’s in, but I’ve never had a lustful attraction towards him. He was too boyishly pretty when he was younger, and while he became more handsome with age….meh

    • Fluffy Princess says:

      Honestly, this comment sums up Leo perfectly. Double thumbs up for your assessment!

  3. Becks1 says:

    I am weirdly enjoying this Leo PR spin this week. He sculpts!! He eats sandwiches! he’s the last of the greats!!! and now, he’s getting SERIOUS about the girlfriend!!!!!!

    It’s just kind of good gossip/PR fun.

    • Eliza says:

      He wants an Oscar without an asterisk on it that he got it because he’s due and not because he was the best that year.

      • Becks1 says:

        I feel like half the acting Oscars these days are because someone is “due.” Which is annoying, but I guess its how the game is played.

      • Jegede says:


        Leo isn’t sweating another Oscar win.

        The obsequious responses from half of HW to his win was one for the ages.

        If his is to have an asterisk next his win, then practically EVERY Actor/Actress Oscar win, should have one as well.

        Considering what has been exposed about Hollywood in the last 2 years.😶😶

      • Becks1 says:

        @Jegede – agreed. He has an Oscar. I’m sure he wants another, but I don’t think that’s because he has an “asterisk” next to his. So many people have Oscars that aren’t based solely on talent in one specific piece of work.

  4. Eliza says:

    He started dating her at 20 to give himself a 5 year option to date her so he doesn’t look like he’s browsing catalogues every summer for women. With all the “only movie star left” press, it’s so obvious he’s already plotting an Oscar run. Being a pathetic karate-kicking cliche bachelor on a yacht while preaching environment is a harder sell. A serious relationship, for a serious actor, is easier.

    But, Girl, don’t believe the press and try to make it real life. He is not marrying anyone.

  5. Sabrina says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if he pulls a George Clooney a few years down the line although I hope that will not happen even though it would be great for gossip. I don’t see him marrying Camila and wouldn’t be surprised if they broke up soon.

  6. Mia4s says:

    LMAO! This PR train is never late! Leo has a new movie out, time for the “this time it’s real!!!!” article in People to placate the Minivan brigade and mommy blogger bunch. (No offence to minivan drivers, just a metaphor).

    FFS ladies he’s not Jack Dawson, he never was. 🙄

    • dlc says:

      This was a hilarious thread. I love that no one thinks she leaked this, all agree it was Leo.

  7. AB says:

    At 40+, what do you have intellectually in common with a 19 year old? I’m seriously asking.

    • Eliza says:

      She’s 22 now, and I’m pretty sure he’s stunted at 16, so i think she’s already starting to require more than him.

    • Elle says:

      I think for most men, the whole point is that there isn’t much in common; they like being the wiser one, the more accomplished person.

      Still, you never know. By age 19, some young people have served in the military, raised siblings, cared for ill parents, graduated from college, and/or started their own successful businesses; while some 40-somethings read at a 4th-grade level and watch youtube all day.

    • Original T.C. says:


      That’s not what men look for in a woman, it’s women who go for conversation, shared interest etc.

      Men only go for a hot body and face. Conversations are when they go hang out with their bros. They don’t need you to be in their age group.

    • Raina says:

      They both like white t-shirts. Don’t underestimate the power of couple matching.

    • nikki says:

      When my Dad was 85, he started dating a 35 year old alcoholic. When I said, “But she isn’t even a nice person!” guess what he said? “But she makes me feel so young!!” I think that’s the huge appeal; old guys can delude themselves that if they can be with a super young gal, they must be young too! Plus, I suspect nature has most men subconsciously programmed to prefer very young women for their procreative advantage…A male friend was trying to explain to me the difference when a man hears “19 year old blonde” . to “40 year old blonde”. Ugh!

  8. Corporatestepsister says:

    I think Leo might in fact marry her; I get the vibe that he’s not looking for a wife in the conventional sense, he might be looking for someone who buys into his BS image of himself that he has. He might also be a terrible snob who wants ‘better’ than someone in the industry. I think her being Al Pachino’s stepdaughter elevates her in some way in his eyes and like Clooney, will only get serious about someone with status in her own right, no matter how flimsy.

    So it’s a toss up really. He might marry her since she’s young enough to give him kids without worrying about fertility issues and he might want someone young enough to buy his hype. An older more experienced woman would likely be uninterested in listening ot him rant and rave about the environment or be impressed with his UN ‘position.’

  9. lobstah says:

    Here’s my theory: his favorite years were those days in his early 20s, when he was getting famous but Hollywood and the parties and clubs were still new and magical to him. He dates women in that age group bc they’re in that mindset that he hasn’t outgrown and he’s still trying to catch that magic. Also, isn’t that around the age when he got super super famous? He’s stuck in that time zone. (Somebody help Leo out!) Plus, girls in that age range won’t roll their eyes at him for the choices he’s making.

    • Corporatestepsister says:

      That would explain everything.

    • Jegede says:


      And I can’t imagine Leo’ s lifestyle is actually appealing to any woman in her 30s, or 40s.

      The clubbing, yachting, gets played out rather quickly.

      I personally don’t think Leo is looking for love/family. Stability is an anathema to him.
      His choice, good for him.

    • Pixie says:

      I honestly think you’ve hit the nail on its head. Plus, in many ways he still lives the exact same lifestyle he had in his early 20’s. Seems like he still has the same friends, dates the exact same kind of women, parties and travels the same, and his work/success has been consistent. Feels like he hit a magical note in his early 20’s and now he is going to keep ringing that bell until he drops. I would imagine it would get boring, but obviously not to Leo!

    • G says:

      I read this somewhere but apparently it’s common with very wealthy people: at the age you realize you’re very wealthy is the age you stop growing mentally / emotionally. So whenever he realized he was loaded and would be a celeb for the rest of us life is when he stopped maturing. So yes he is stunted in that aspect.

  10. Biff says:

    And since they have known each other since she was ten, he probably just feels so safe with her, you know?!? BARF!!

  11. Steph says:

    Isn’t this the girl who’s mother he also dated??????

    Dudebro has so many issues it must be hard to live inside that head.

  12. Case says:

    One day, maybe still 20 years off, Kate Winslet can make him husband #4 lol.

  13. JRenee says:

    This young lady sees nothing wrong with dating someone 20+ years older, her mom dated Pacino who’s 35+ years older, for years. In Pacino has never been married right? Leo may never marry or move away from young beauties.
    Anyone that dates him should know his M.O. by now..

  14. Jim L says:

    I wonder what event they’re at that Khabib Nurmagomedov is sitting right in front of them?

  15. Nina Simone says:

    He got so gross ! Wow what a waste

  16. Bahare says:

    I didn’t see his oscar-winning role but this winning because you are ‘due” is nothing new. I don’t care for his looks particularly but he has been ignored or passed over for a number of films where he was great. Seriously his portrayal of Hoover versus same year Brad Pitt in Moneyball?? (and I love baseball but really…).

  17. Paisley says:

    Clooney realized he could be all alone as he aged and decided to marry, IMHO. 🙂

    As for Leo, I’ll believe it when I see it.

  18. FredsMother says:

    22 and lip injections already? But for why?

  19. minx says:

    Meh, at least he’s upfront. He like to date young models but they are not underage and nobody is getting coerced into anything. He seemingly doesn’t want to get married, that’s his choice. Better that than a bunch of divorces, cheating during marriage or messiness ruining children’s lives.

  20. Anne Call says:

    All these hound dogs start looking semi pathetic as they head towards 50. With the #metoo movement and increased scrutiny of sexism in Hollywood I’m sure their PR people are telling them they need to settle down or chunks of their fan base will start turning against them. I saw that Tarantino is now married and Clooney definitely paved the way. The casual misogyny rampant for decades in Hollywood, personified by Nicholson, is not so great of a look these days.

  21. Samantha says:

    I actually think his PR team (and maybe Leo too) think so little of female audiences and women in general that they circulate this nonsense story about Leo considering marriage every couple of years. Look at where this story was published- only women’s interest magazine websites. This wasn’t pushed out to male audiences. They just rotate these stories, maybe skip a girl or two in between and then repeat. You can put any girl’s name into it -means nothing. I wonder what Leo really thinks of women – his PR team obviously thinks very little of them and doesn’t take them seriously as a film audience at all. Give women more credit when promoting films. They are actually capable of appreciating films without being sold a romantic fantasy (though this is just creepy). It just feels like his team is mocking women while getting websites like Elle to write this garbage. The women are more likely to see through bullshit PR campaigns than the male bros.

  22. Amelie says:

    Just came here to say I thought the header image from the main page was Jeff Bezos with a hat and his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez again without reading the headline hahaha.

    Also wasn’t it a few years ago at the Globes (?) when Tina Fey and Amy Poelher joked that George Clooney would rather float off into space than spend time with a woman in his own age (this was around the time Gravity was up for awards). I really hope someone at some point at some major awards ceremony where Leo is present makes the same kind of joke. I wonder if he would laugh at himself? (Sidenote: I researched the George Clooney joke and turns out that George pranked Tina and Amy by sending them a letter pretending to be from Matt Damon with Matt’s name printed on the stationary and everything. Tina wasn’t sure if the letter was real or not since she knows George is a prankster so just in case she sent fruit baskets to Matt Damon’s house to apologize which apparently backfired because Matt’s wife got mad there was so much fruit around the house!)

  23. Bahare says:

    Get a weird vibe that she may not be a bride bit I see a baby in the mix. If true Leo might act that it was a surprise but actually wants to have one more. Maybe because he seems very close to his mother and she is aging too and it matters to her.I could just be projecting because I am in that situation but my son and daughter-lnlaw say that it’s a no. Of course they have have every right to make these decisions so I keep my mouth shut.

  24. Corporatestepsister says:

    If Leo wants to be taken seriously at the UN, he might want to marry and have kids. Clooney married and since then has been getting more and more actively involved in politics. Leo might marry and end up with the same setup; find someone ‘appropriate’ and then marry her and have a handful of kids. I think Camila might be the one.

  25. Rashida says:

    I wonder if she was into middle-aged guys before she met Leo? Or does fame make having sex with someone old enough to be your father less gross?