Leonardo DiCaprio Celebrates Girlfriend's 23rd Birthday On His Yacht
Photos obtained by Page Six recently showed the 45-year-old Hollywood actor partying it up on a yacht in celebration of his 23-year-old girlfriend's birthday. Fans of the actor know that he's currently in a relationship with Camilla Morrone.
According to the outlet, DiCaprio was one of just a few guests who were wearing a mask during the crowded party in which invitees were wearing cowboy hats and other western-style outfits.
The publication claims that big named stars such as Shaun White, Nina Dobrev, Kevin Connolly, as well as Lukas Haas, were at the event. The super-sized yacht was seen at the Marina Del Ray dock in Los Angeles before it sailed out to Malibu around 11:00 am and then returned to shore at 4:30 pm.
As it was previously reported, DiCaprio has reportedly been dating Morrone since December of 2017. He and Morrone stopped by the Oscars this February which created a lot of buzz in the media due to it being the first time he brought a girlfriend to the ceremony since 2005.
The last time Leo showed up to the Academy Awards with a date was 15 years ago alongside Giselle Bundchen.
In recent news, Morrone fostered a dog while staying at home in quarantine. Leonardo DiCaprio, on the other hand, saved a man who fell into the water in St. Martin.
While things have been going well for Leonardo and Morrone, some media journalists and social media users have called their relationship inappropriate on account of their large age difference. As it was noted above, Leo is 45-years-old and Morrone is 23-years-old - a 22-year gap in age.
Leonardo DiCaprio has never responded to this controversy, however, he did come out of hiding to comment on the Black Lives Matter protests that took hold of the nation right as the United States began reopening the country.
As most know, the Black Lives Matter protests kicked off around the world following the death of George Floyd. Leo said on his IG that he was committed to learning, listening, and taking action, to help end the centuries-long "disenfranchisement" of black Americans.